211 Arkansas is a free referral service that connects Arkansas residents to essential health and human services. This confidential information can be found online and over the phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Their mission is to improve the capacity of individuals and families by mobilizing the caring power of the community through collaboration with their partners. Arkansas 211 uses an interpreter service that allows them to communicate with callers in more than 150 languages. Resources inside their extensive database may be helpful for justice-impacted individuals, including contacts for prison and jail reentry ministries, housing assistance, emergency food pantries, employment opportunities, and many other additional resources. Not only does 211 Arkansas updates their database on a daily basis, they also routinely scrutinize local services and programs to ensure the impact information shared is both meaningful and relevant. Get in contact with 211 Arkansas directly for more information on local programs.