Bring 211 To Your Community
The Helpline Center has been the 211 provider in South Dakota since 2001. With approximately 63% of South Dakota’s population with access to 211, we continue to work towards statewide access. Currently, expansions of 211 happen at the local level with public and private partnerships. If you live in a county without access to 211, we would love to speak with you! Click here for our brochure on Why Your Community Needs 211! Contact Betsy Schuster at firstname.lastname@example.org or (605) 274-1412.
The 211 Helpline is active in the following South Dakota counties:
2001 Sioux Empire – Minnehaha, Lincoln, McCook, and Turner counties 2006 Black Hills – Pennington, Meade, Lawrence, Butte, Fall River, and Custer counties 2014 Yankton and Bon Homme counties 2015 Brookings County 2016 Beadle and Lake counties 2017 Clay County