HeartLine’s 2-1-1 Community Resource Line is currently experiencing high call volume at this time for Storm assistance, COVID information, referrals and vaccine information. We have added additional ports to improve the call volume wait times. Please note the following for clarification:
- 2-1-1 is an information and referral help line for the community and does not schedule individuals on the vaccination portal.
- 2-1-1 is not an Information Technology helpdesk, nor can we "look up" an individual’s registration information and provide direct, technical assistance.
- 2-1-1 answers questions regarding the vaccine, phases, and can explain information that is available at the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) Vaccine website https://vaccinate.oklahoma.gov/.
- For those that need help getting registered, or who have no access to internet/email/PC/etc. - 211 transfers those calls to the OSDH phone bank.
- 2-1-1 encourages callers trying to schedule vaccination appointments to find a friend, neighbor, or family member who can assist them scheduling through the portal, as that is their quickest and most direct route to schedule.
- Please visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s link for details on registering and scheduling vaccine appointments. (https://vaccinate.oklahoma.gov/)
Snow Storm Assistance
Anyone who needs financial help with repair costs, shelter, legal help between renters and landlords or those having problems with their insurance claims are encouraged to fill out this form to apply for assistance. This program is being coordinated by Oklahoman Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (Oklahoma VOAD).
Winter Temporary Shelter Beds
Click here for more information on Winter Temporary Shelter Beds available in Oklahoma City.
LIFELINE CRISIS CHAT
If you're struggling with thoughts of suicide and would like to speak with someone through our online chat service, WE'RE HERE. Chat hours are Monday through Friday, noon to 1 a.m. CST. If you need assistance outside of these hours, contact the Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
When a young person (24 or younger) is in crisis - behavioral or emotional, physical or social, at home or at school - we can help 24/7. It all starts with one free call (833) 885-CARE.
If you'd prefer to chat online about how to meet a need for you or your family, WE'RE HERE.
Many things in life can leave a person in crisis: aftermath of a storm, loss of a job, abuse at home, mental health struggles, bills higher than earnings. We provide resources and support to get you back on your feet. CALL 2-1-1 NOW. TEXT YOUR ZIP CODE TO 898-211.
Looking for services to meet your needs? Consult our online resource website HERE.
Dignity, Respect, and Compassion
HeartLine respects that each individual has worth and shall be treated nonjudgmentally with dignity and compassion. We know Oklahomans are hurting during this difficult time and we are here to hold space for anyone in need.
Through the leadership of our board and staff, we are committed to making sure everyone feels heard and valued in every interaction with HeartLine.
If you are impacted by current events and need a listening ear please dial 2-1-1, anytime of the day or night, and you’ll be connected with someone who truly cares and wants to help. We are here for you.
HEARTLINE'S MISSION IS SIMPLE:
TO CONNECT OKLAHOMANS TO HELP, HOPE AND INFORMATION – 24 HOURS A DAY.
Suicide prevention outreach and education
24-hour helplines and chat services
YOU CAN IMPACT THE LIVES OF OKLAHOMANS IN A MEANINGFUL WAY.
Whether educating children about suicide prevention or providing compassionate crisis intervention over the phone, volunteers give the vital support required to help Oklahomans in need. MORE
Another way you can help the lives of Oklahomans in need is through financial support. Learn more about joining our leadership giving society, Answering the Call. MORE
There is no better way to get to know us and help people in need at the same time than by participating in one of our events. MORE
HOW TO TALK ABOUT SUICIDE
TALKING ABOUT SUICIDE IS THE BEST WAY TO PREVENT IT.
Through a caring conversation, we can show someone in crisis that they are not alone, they are loved and there is hope.
HeartLine Oklahoma’s many outstanding services benefit thousands of Oklahomans each year with compassion, understanding and respect. HeartLine embodies the values of our great state and its impact is felt in communities across Oklahoma.
HeartLine provides vital services to Oklahomans in crisis. From access to mental health and substance abuse services to training in the area of suicide prevention, to teen peer-to-peer outreach, impacts are life-changing.
We are a proud partner with HeartLine and cannot imagine Central Oklahoma without access to a caring, compassionate voice giving hope to individuals in need – 24 hours a day, seven days a week.