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Calvin needed help when his circumstances changed, and 211 was there to help.
Roni had no idea how she would get to her medical appointment.
Staying at home poses challenges for Kay, who struggles with chronic conditions.
A recent caller told us that she had first called 211 many years ago. At that time, she was enduring domestic violence, and didn’t know what to do.
A 25-year-old woman texted PA 211 after she had lost her job because of the pandemic. She had no idea when her employer would reopen. At home, she had a two year-old child, and she was pregnant. She was reaching out for help to pay her electric bill.
“Bob” an intellectually disabled individual called PA 211 approximately 15 times between midnight and 9 a.m. recently. He was experiencing anxiety about COVID-19. He had heard that a resident in his apartment building was being tested for COVID-19. Bob was afraid he had been exposed.