1. Lake County Announces 2020 Complete Count Committee

    Census population data determines the distribution of federal and state grants to county and local governments. To ensure an accurate 2020 census count of Lake County residents, the Lake County Board recently created a 2020 Complete Count Committee. Read on...
  2. 2020 Election Workers Needed

    The Lake County Clerk's Office is seeking election workers for the March and November 2020 elections. The required training is free and begins in November. Read on...
  3. Understand Your Property Assessment

    Property owners will be receiving their property assessment notices over the next few weeks. It's important for taxpayers to read, understand and check this notice for accuracy as it contains important information about their property. Read on...
  4. Fall Hydrant Flushing Has Begun

    Lake County Public Works' semi-annual water hydrant flushing program has begun. Read on...
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Call 211 to Get Connected to Social Services

As of Sept. 24, anyone in Lake County who needs help finding health and human services can call 211 and get quickly connected to available resources. The 211 service, provided by United Way of Lake County, is a free, confidential information and referral helpline that will enable Lake County residents to get the help they need 24 hours a day, regardless of the language they speak or where they live.            

When you call 211 or text your zip code to 898211 from anywhere in Lake County, you will be connected to an expert navigator who will guide you to critical health and human services, including counseling, housing and shelter, food programs, healthcare and mental health services, addiction and problem gambling support, transportation, and so much more.

The Lake County Board contributed a portion of the funding for the new 211 program, allocating $80,000 in video gaming revenue, which is generated from video gaming in the unincorporated areas.

Learn about all 211 Lake County services.