We try our best to make our website as user-friendly and simple as possible, but have also developed this page for those who still have some difficulty. Above you will see the home page of our website, where you can find the toolbar on the top. On our Homepage, you will find our blog, a short “About Us”, partnerships, and testimonials. To find information on resources, click the “Resources” tab at the top and pick the county you are looking to find information on. If you are searching for counties outside of Merced and Mariposa, you will need to Google “211 COUNTY” to find their information.
You will then be redirected to a list of icons that range from basic needs to other opportunities such as substance abuse, volunteering, donating, senior services, etc. To see the list of resources, click on the icon that is close to what you are looking for.
Once you click on an icon, you will find a list of resources that will be more detailed, such as “Food Pantries”, “WIC”, and “Farmers Markets”. Click on the one that best describes what you are looking for. If you do not see what you are looking for, we may not have information on it, but you can also call 2-1-1 or (844) 287-7400 and talk to a specialist.
Once you click on the icon, you will be redirected to our database with a list of resources available within your area. You can scan through resources and click on which ones you’re interested in. There is a map provided which will show you where these programs are located with letters corresponding to the points on the map. Agencies are written in all caps while their programs are listed normally. You will also be able to see a short description, website, and phone number from this view.
Once you click on a program, you will be able to see more information provided, such as a full description, full list of phone numbers, website, email, addresses, hours of operation, disabilities access, mailing address, eligibility, languages offered, how to apply, documents needed, and more. To the right, you are also able to click on the “Make PDF” link, which will take you a printer friendly version to print if needed.
Below each program or agency, you will find a form you can fill out if you find something that needs to be corrected. Please do not fill out for questions you have about the program. For questions, please email email@example.com. Also, the form does not put you in contact with the agency; for that, please visit or call them.