Tips for outdoor safety at 211


(4/29/2019)

As we welcome spring and summer, it’s never too soon for families to be thoughtful about safety in planning for warm-weather activities. Whether it’s swimming or boating safety, CPR classes, sports injury prevention, car seat or bike helmet programs, teen driver clinics or babysitting classes, these resources and many more are available from Great Rivers 211. Contact Great Rivers whatever your age, whatever your need, year-round.

Nobody needs to struggle alone. For confidential and non-judgmental support and assistance with a difficult situation contact Great Rivers 2-1-1 at any time to be connected to a person who is interested and ready to help. Simply dial 211 or 800-362-8255 at any time for support and linkage to services and programs in your community.

Great Rivers 211 is an information, referral and crisis line service. Professionally trained staff help answer your questions about local, statewide, and national resources and can assist you with all kinds of life situations and challenges. The line is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and is free and confidential.

Go to www.greatrivers211.org for more information.

 

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