INFO LINE, INC.
703 South Main Street, Suite 211
Akron, OH 44311-1157
(330) 762-5627 Voice - Administration
(330) 376-6660 Voice - 24-Hour Information & Referral
(330) 376-7706 Voice - Child Care Connection
(330) 376-4850 Voice - Emergency Food Line
(330) 315-1381 Voice - HMIS Program
(330) 615-0566 Voice - Home Again Intake
(330) 615-0577 Voice - Homeless Hotline
(330) 615-0569 Voice - ReLink Reentry Hotline
(330) 762-0609 Voice - MedAssist
211 Toll-Free - 24-Hour Information and Referral
(888) 212-5041 Toll-Free - 24-Hour Information & Referral
(800) 407-5437 Toll-Free - Child Care Connection 1-800-407-KIDS
(855) 553-7783 Toll-Free - Supportive Service for Veteran Families (SSVF) Program
(855) 673-5465 Toll-Free - 1-855-6RELINK
(877) 428-8844 Toll-Free - Housing Locator - Call Center
(800) 944-0308 Toll-Free - Lifeline
(330) 253-1137 FAX - Main Fax
(330) 315-1392 FAX - Lifeline Fax
(330) 315-1391 FAX - MedAssist Fax
(800) 777-0655 FAX - Child Care Connection Fax
Since its incorporation in 1975, Info Line's central purpose has been to connect people in need with services. Programs of Info Line include 2-1-1 Information and Referral, Child Care Connection, Housing Services, Lifeline, and MedAssist. Accredited by Alliance of Information and Referral Systems (AIRS).
211 INFORMATION AND REFERRAL
Connects people in need with local social services, faith-based organizations, government offices and educational institutions. This service is free, confidential, available 24 hours a day, and can be reached by simply dialing 2-1-1.
CHILD CARE CONNECTION
Assists parents in securing child care resources and offers training and technical assistance for early childhood personnel as well as family child care providers.
Helps connect those who are homelessness or near homeless with shelter and support. Within Housing Services specific programs include Home Again, the Homeless Hotline, ReLink, Supportive Services for Veteran Families, and Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) of Summit County.
EMERGENCY FOOD LINE
Provides referrals to area food pantries for individuals and families in need of a 3-day emergency supply of food, baby formula or diapers. Callers may receive a referral up to 12 times per year and no more than once every 30 days.
Offers an emergency response monitoring service for elderly persons and individuals with disabilities. A monitoring device is installed in the home and a message is relayed to a response center if there is a problem. A trained specialist then dispatches appropriate assistance.
Helps uninsured, low-income Summit County residents to access free and low-cost prescription medications and flu shots.