Camp Fire - Relief and Recovery resources are emerging daily and information is still changing rapidly. This page includes resources for Camp Fire survivors and the information has been researched and validated by Butte-Glenn 211. This page is updated several ...
2-1-1 specialists throughout the nation are trained to help with public information when disaster strikes, and we also help communities with information to prepare for disasters and to recover afterwards. On the one year anniversary of the Oroville Dam Spillway ...
CalFresh is critical to good nutrition for many families and individuals in Butte County.
Talk to a 2-1-1 specialist to get more information about how the program works, the eligibility requirements, and assistance applying for CalFresh benefits.
Butte-Glenn 211 is working with county and state partners to provide accurate public health information and to connect residents with local resources. For live response, dial 2-1-1 or text your zip code to 898211
“Our 2-1-1 system is an incredible system in the state of California that connects people to real services, in real time. So if a loved one or a neighbor or a stranger is in need and they need something more than just nice words and just a check-in, but they need specific services, we partner now with 2-1-1 to provide those services at the local level all throughout the state of California”
- Governor Gavin Newsom
Note: Because of COVID-19, information and access to resources is changing rapidly as many social service agencies and their workers are following the stay at home order. Some services may now not be available in person, but may be accessed by phone or online. Butte-Glenn 211 is doing our best to track these changes and updates in real time. Always call ahead before visiting an essential services location.
Dial 2-1-1 or Text your zip code to 898211
2-1-1 relies on grants and donations to keep the 24 hour telephone helpline in operation! You can help by donating to the 2-1-1 fund at the North Valley Community Foundation!