On February 11, 2022, Unite Us joins the nation in celebrating National 211 Day—an opportunity to raise awareness about 211 services that help people find the local resources they need. Across the country, 211 organizations are connecting people to critical resources in their community like housing, food, and health care.
This 211 Day, we’re sharing how Unite Us and 211 organizations can create lasting, meaningful partnerships that improve health and social care impact in communities throughout the U.S. Check out the webinar above with Unite Us Co-founder and President Taylor Justice, and Joshua Pedersen, 211 Director of Network Operations & Performance at United Way Worldwide. Taylor and Joshua lead a discussion on advancing health in communities and making sure every individual gets connected to the care they need.
“We want to be in every county and every parish connecting the dots for organizations that want to participate on the network and figure out ways where we can advance social care to the same priority level as health care.”
–Taylor Justice, President of Unite Us
Currently, we have regional and statewide partnerships with 211 organizations across the U.S. We value our partnerships with 211s and look forward to expanding our collective vision for collaboration and building healthier communities.
“Going back to our core values, this is not an easy thing to solve, but the best way to do it is if we do it together.”
–Joshua Pedersen, 211 Director of Network Operations & Performance at United Way Worldwide
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About Unite Us
Unite Us is the nation’s leading software company bringing sectors together to improve the health and well-being of communities. We drive the collaboration to identify, deliver, and pay for services that impact whole-person health. Through Unite Us’ national network and software, community-based organizations, government agencies, and healthcare organizations are all connected to better collaborate to meet the needs of the individuals in their communities.