211 Ambassador Social Media Toolbox During Pandemic

211 Ontario is asking 211 Ambassadors to help share the message that the 211 helpline is to help Ontario residents find the right help in their community during the covid-19 pandemic.

Please share as many of the posts as you wish on your own social media channels when you wish.  We have provided text but feel free to write your own for your audiences. Please tag us the hashtag #dial211 so we can see you supporting us. 211 social media can always be shared directly from the below social media channels.

https://www.facebook.com/211Ontario/

https://twitter.com/211Ontario

https://www.instagram.com/211ontario/

https://www.linkedin.com/company/ontario-211-services-corporation/

https://www.youtube.com/user/211Ontario

As Ontario faces one of the most profound health and economic challenges in its history, we understand the pressure is on for you and your teams. As always, 211 Ontario is here to help. We are stepping up our support to try and help alleviate stress on the public health system and emergency services by helping people find access to non-emergency services such as virtual mental health support, financial supports, and access to food, to name a few.

Everything is changing by the day, and our teams have been working diligently to sort out what services and supports are available to Ontarians, so individuals don’t have to. A simple call to 211 will connect people with one of our community navigators who can point people in the direction that is right for them. We have also set up a dedicated microsite that will be updated regularly. You can find it at www.211oncovid19.ca

Attached you will find a one-page document you can share by email or in printed form directly to the people you are dealing with day-to-day. This document details information on the services we can best help with during this time and the convenient ways to connect with our team via live chats, online and by calling 2-1-1.

One Page Handout About 211

Attached you will find a one-page document you can share by email or in printed form directly to the people you are dealing with day-to-day. This document details information on the services we can best help with during this time and the convenient ways to connect with our team via live chats, online and by calling 2-1-1. 

Facebook

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Facebook text for above posts.

The safest thing for the senior population is to stay home. If you need to know what supports exist in your community to make that possible, dial 2-1-1, email us at gethelp@211ontario.ca, or use our live chat Mon-Fri 7-9 www.211ontario.ca/chat/.

These are unusual times and we are social beings. If you are struggling with the stress of social distancing, reach out. Let our Community Navigators direct you to remote supports. Even in self-isolation you are not alone. Call us at 211, or visit www.211oncovid19.ca.

Thank you to all those working on the frontlines of this #pandemic. We all need to do our part to help #flattenthecurve. If you need supports to make that happen call us by dialing 211, email gethelp@211ontario.ca, or use our live chat Mon-Fri 7 a.m.-9 p.m. www.211ontario.ca/chat/.

There’s a lot of talk about social distancing. Still confused? @ottawahealth breaks it down for you here: https://www.ottawapublichealth.ca/en/public-health-topics/social-distancing.aspx #stayhome #staysafe

Things are changing rapidly throughout this pandemic, but the 211 Ontario helpline is here to help. If you need mental health support, food services, financial assistance or more call us – day or night to be referred to services. www.211oncovid19.ca.

If you are struggling to cope with the stress of self-isolation, call 211 or visit our website and let our Community Navigators refer you to mental health supports in your area. Many providers have found ways to offer a remote service. www.211oncovid19.ca.

Remember: even in self-isolation you’re not alone. 211 Community Navigators are always here to refer you  to the community  supports  near you. On the phone or online. Anytime, day or night. www.211oncovid19.ca.

Do you need help figuring out how to access employment insurance or other financial supports during this time? 211  Community Navigators can explain government assistance available for your situation. Call 211 or visit our website: www.211oncovid19.ca.

We’re all doing our best to #flattenthecurve. If you are in quarantine or are struggling financially and need help accessing food, dial 2-1-1. Our Community Navigators are here 24/7 to refer you to community supports in your area. #stayhome #staysafe www.211oncovid19.ca.

 

If you need help during this pandemic reach out to our Community Navigators. They’ll recommend programs and services available to you in your community.

📞 Dial 2-1-1

💻 gethelp@211ontario.ca,

➡️www.211oncovid.ca

 

Together, although apart, we can do this. But, if you’re feeling lonely and need help, that’s OK. We’re here for you, day or night. Call 2-1-1 and be directed to mental health resources in your community.

 

Feeling anxious? Overwhelmed? Help starts here.

📞 2-1-1

💻 gethelp@211ontario.ca,

➡️www.211ontario.ca

 

These are stressful times and the weight of feeding your family and wondering how you’ll pay your bills can be heavy. We can help lighten the load by connecting you to social services in your community.

📞 2-1-1

💻 gethelp@211ontario.ca,

➡️www.211ontario.ca

 

211 can help find you find programs and services in your community to assist with putting food on your table, and accessing mental health and financial resources. Available 24/7 and in 150 languages.

📞 2-1-1

💻 gethelp@211ontario.ca,

➡️www.211ontario.ca

 

Community services and programs have had to change the way they operate and we know figuring out what’s available can be overwhelming. Let 211 point you in the right direction.

📞 2-1-1,

24/7 🕰

➡️www.211ontario.ca

 

Unsure of where to go for support if you lose your job? Whether it’s putting food on your table, finding mental health services or more, our community navigators can help you find programs in your community.

📞 2-1-1

💻 gethelp@211ontario.ca

➡️www.211ontario.ca

 

EI? CERB? CESB? There are a lot of new government programs available to help people struggling financially because of #COVID19. Let us help you figure out which ones are available to you. Dial 2-1-1.

 

Find community supports like food banks and meal programs, mental health resources or financial support is at your finger tips through the 211 helpline:

📞 2-1-1

💻 gethelp@211ontario.ca

➡️www.211ontario.ca

 

 

Twitter

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Twitter text for above posts.

The safest thing for the senior population is to stay home. If you need to know what supports exist in your community to help you, dial 2-1-1, email gethelp@211ontario.ca, or use our live chat Mon-Fri 7-9 www.211ontario.ca/chat/.

These are unusual times and we are social beings. If you are struggling with the stress of social distancing, reach out. Let our Community Navigators direct you to remote supports. Even in self-isolation you are not alone. www.211oncovid19.ca.

Thank you to all those working on the frontlines of this #pandemic. We all need to do our part to help #flatten the curve. If you need supports to make that happen call us at 211, email gethelp@211ontario.ca, or use our live chat Mon-Fri 7-9 www.211ontario.ca/chat/.

There’s a lot of talk about social distancing. Still confused? @ottawahealth breaks it down for you here: https://www.ottawapublichealth.ca/en/public-health-topics/social-distancing.aspx #stayhome #staysafe.

 

Things are changing rapidly throughout this pandemic, but the 211 Ontario helpline is here to help. If you need mental health support, food services, financial assistance or more call 211 – day or night.  www.211oncovid19.ca.

Are you struggling to cope with the stress of self-isolation? Call 2-1-1 and let our Community Navigators provide information on remote mental health supports in your area. www211oncovid19.ca.

Remember: even in self-isolation you’re not alone. 211 Community Navigators are always here to help and refer you to the community  supports near you. On the phone or online. Anytime, day or night. www.211oncovid19.ca.

Do you need help figuring out how to access employment insurance or other financial supports during this time? 211 Community Navigators can explain government assistance available for your situation. Call 211 or visit our website: www.211oncovid19.ca.

We’re all doing our best to #flattenthecurve. If you are in quarantine or are struggling financially and need help accessing food, dial 2-1-1. Our Community Navigators are here 24/7 to refer you to community supports in your area. #stayhome #staysafe www.211oncovid19.ca.

 

If you need help during this pandemic reach out to our Community Navigators. They’ll recommend programs and services available to you in your community.

📞 Dial 2-1-1

💻 gethelp@211ontario.ca,

➡️www.211oncovid.ca

 

Together, although apart, we can do this. But, if you’re feeling lonely and need help, that’s OK. We’re here for you, day or night. Call 2-1-1 and be directed to mental health resources in your community.

 

Feeling anxious? Overwhelmed? Help starts here.

📞 2-1-1

💻 gethelp@211ontario.ca,

➡️www.211ontario.ca

 

These are stressful times and the weight of feeding your family and wondering how you’ll pay your bills can be heavy. We can help lighten the load by connecting you to social services in your community.

📞 2-1-1

💻 gethelp@211ontario.ca

➡️www.211ontario.ca

 

211 can help find you find programs and services in your community to assist with putting food on your table, and accessing mental health and financial resources. Available 24/7 and in 150 languages.

📞 2-1-1

💻 gethelp@211ontario.ca

➡️www.211ontario.ca

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