Update on San Diego’s 211 service from Councilmember Scott Sherman

Every day, San Diego 211 connects thousands of San Diegans to public benefits, food resources, housing and shelter, utility and financial assistance, and much much more. 211 works daily with all local government agencies and non-profits to ensure San Diegans have the most up-to-date community, social, health, and disaster resources and information Public Health Nurse Line 211 has launched the Public Health Nurse Line in partnership with the County of San Diego’s Public Health Services. San Diegans seeking clinical advice can call 211 and select option #1 to be directly transferred to one of 60 County Public Health Nurses. Connecting to 211 is easy, just dial 211 on your phone or visit 211SanDiego.Org.

Feeding San Diego Needs your Support.
As people grow increasingly worried about their future during this economic downfall, organizations such as Feeding San Diego are a vital tool to deliver needed supplies to households and reduce worry. Feeding San Diego has delivered thousands of meals over the past few weeks and needs our help to continue its operations. The Gwendolyn M. Sontheim and the Aqualia International Foundation has generously offered up to $1 million in funds to match any donations Feeding San Diego receives. This is your opportunity to double your donating power to an organization that is on the front lines of this crisis.
There are many ways to help. Please click here to find out how.
For latest updates, please visit the City’s Covid-19 website at: https://www.sandiego.gov/coronavirus

In Service,

Scott Sherman
Councilman, District Seven

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