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Emergency Management bannerBrevard’s brush with Tropical Storm Colin on June 6 gave 2-1-1 Brevard a chance to activate the newly named Citizen Information Hotline for the first time since 2008.
About a dozen storm-related calls came in through the partnership with county Emergency Management — most about sandbags.

 

May 2016 Snapshot2-1-1 Brevard helpline specialists logged 4,263 calls in May. More than 275 callers needed help with electric or gas bills, while almost 180 callers needed help with rent.  Click here to view the report. All “snapshots” for the current fiscal year can be found on the Reports page.

 
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This video series was created by volunteer Karen Boothby as part of 2-1-1 Brevard’s Answer the Call 2016 campaign, which ends Monday (Leap Day). The intent of the series is to demonstrate how 2-1-1 goes above and beyond its core mission of 24/7 assistance and magnifies impact in the community by working together with other nonprofits, businesses and government. The goal of the campaign is 211 donations. Please watch the video “playlist” by clicking here or on the images.

 

Free lunches for children will be served throughout Brevard County as part of Florida’s Summer BreakSpot and United Way of Brevard’s Feed and Read.
Click here for BreakSpot and here for Feed and Read.

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