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Rap Artist Logic Releases Song “1-800-273-8255,” Highlights the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline as Resource

The new song is named after the Lifeline’s national phone number and encourages individuals in crisis to reach out.   NEW YORK, N.Y. (April 28, 2017) – Today, Def Jam artist Logic released his single “1-800-273-8255” ahead of his upcoming album Everybody. The song is an anthem that shares

211's Help Me Grow Screening Event: Books, Balls, & Blocks. At Safe Kids Day-Palm Beach Outlet Mall

Saturday April 22, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm     211's Help Me Grow Team will be on site to do developmental screenings            

United Way Launches Free Tax Help Program’s 14th YearTaxes Filed Free For You, With Help or Yourself

United Way of Palm Beach County’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program officially begins today, January 18, 2017, offering free and safe income tax preparation services throughout Palm Beach County to those with a 2016 household income of 64,000 or less. VITA now offers three exciting

211 Call Volume Triples in the 48 Hours Prior to Matthew

October 10, 2016-As our local communities braced for the onslaught of Hurricane Matthew, the staff at 211 began to see an uptick in calls. In the 48 hours leading up to the storm’s impact, 211 HelpLine received almost 2,000 calls- triple the normal call volume. The calls pouring in came from

211 HelpLine's Legislative Day Was a Success!

211 Helpline held its first Legislative Day on September 21st, 2016. Over 30 elected officials from state, county and local offices toured 211’s center in Lantana.  They were able to see first-hand the helpline’s life-saving service and the depth of its impactful programing. Staff hoped to

Local Helpline Names New President/CEO

August 26, 2016 [Lantana, FL] – 211 HelpLine’s Board of Directors has proudly appointed Sharon L’Herrou to be the new President and Chief Executive Officer, effective September 1st 2016. Sharon is deeply committed to protecting and furthering 211’s mission and has a successful

Family loses teen to suicide-after experiencing constant bullying.

Throughout our region, bright eyed children are seen backpack adorned- walking, biking or clambering onto shiny yellow school busses…making their way to class during the launch of the new school year. This juxtaposes the sad reality that many will experience bullying or will be the perpetrators