25 Questions You Can Ask 211

Our 25th event this month landed on a Tuesday… you know what that means! It’s #211Tuesday!

Here are 25 example questions you can ask 211.

  1. Where can I get food for my lunch?
  2. Is there any transportation available for my medical appointments?
  3. I need to use a computer, but I don’t own one. Is there any I could use for an hour close to me?
  4. My cousin might be getting verbally abused in his relationship, can you suggest any support for this?
  5. I need a job. Where should I start my search?
  6. I’m struggling with my mental health, where can I find help?
  7. I need a place to sleep tonight. Can I get some help finding this?
  8. I am a senior and I need a long-term care home. Can you help me find one?
  9. I am behind on my hydro, is there any help for this?
  10. I am struggling to provide school lunch items for my son. Is there any support for this?
  11. I’m afraid my stepbrother is abusing his grandfather. Can you suggest how I should handle this?
  12. My child has let me know they are gay. Is there any support out there so I can make sure I support them in the right way?
  13. I got hurt at work. How do I apply for WSIB?
  14. Are there any community gardens close to me?
  15. Are there any recreational activities out there for seniors?
  16. Are there any summer jobs that my teenager could apply for?
  17. I’m 15 years old and just found out I am pregnant. What should I do?
  18. I am very behind with paying back my credit card. Is there any credit counselling I could access?
  19. The place I was working at closed. How do I apply for Employment Insurance (EI)?
  20. I lost my ID and I need help filling out the paperwork to get a new one. Who can help me with this?
  21. I am struggling to pay my rent this month. Is there help for this?
  22. My mom needs an accessible parking permit to park in the accessible parking space. How does she get one?
  23. Are there any sports activities for people with disabilities?
  24. I can pay 75% of the camp membership for my daughter. Is there any help that can pay the rest?
  25. I am struggling with my learning disability. Is there support for this?

How to Reach 211

Dial 2-1-1 
Toll-Free: 1-877-330-3213
TTY: 855-405-7446

The helpline is answered by real people 24/7. Service is available in 150+ languages.

Text 2-1-1
Text is available Monday to Friday from 7 am to 9 pm ET.

Live Chat
Live chat service is available Monday to Friday from 7 am – 9 pm ET.

Email gethelp@211ontario.ca
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Complaints and compliments can be sent to this address.