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State pulls plug on 211 social services database

Citizen Staff Writer

Arizona’s online database of health and human services is no longer available by dialing 211.

And the Web site www.az211.gov is no longer available.

The state eliminated the 211 service’s funds in an effort to balance the 2009 budget, which ends June 30.

Much of the information in the database is available by calling a local nonprofit agency at 325-2111 or 888-575-2111.

The Information & Referral Helpline is provided as a service by Our Family Services. The agency also provides social services to local families.



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