COMMUNITY SERVICE COUNCIL


Improving Oklahomans' Lives Through Research, Planning & Action

2-1-1 Helpline is a program of the Community Service Council, a non-profit organization providing leadership to help the community work together to identify and address its health and human service needs. 

With a focus on prevention, the Council works to improve conditions which promote the highest quality of life for all residents, as well as to assure a high-quality, cost effective, accessible, well-organized continuum of services. 

In addition to 2-1-1 Helpline, the Council also sponsors service programs including the Child Care Resource Center, the Youthful Drunk Driving Prevention Program and Babyline.  Community planning and collaboration-building initiatives sponsored by the Council include the Homeless Services Network, Area Prevention Resource Center, Tulsa Human Response Coalition, Family Health Coalition, East Tulsa Prevention Coalition and more.

For more information about the Community Service Council, go to www.csctulsa.org.