Everyone knows that dialing 911 will connect them with police, fire and ambulance emergency services. In central Indiana, dialing 2-1-1 will connect them 24/7 to Connect2Help (C2H) for free and confidential information about human services. While the 926-HELP number still works, increasingly people are using the simpler and easier to remember 2-1-1. The Federal Communications Commission reserved the 2-1-1 abbreviated dialing code exclusively for nonprofit information and referral in July of 2000. However, planning and implementation of 2-1-1 had already started in many parts of the U.S. and Canada. It is being carried out by a variety of state, regional and provincial groups and on widely varying scales of coverage. Here in Indiana, Connect2Help has been working with the Indiana 211 Partnership, Inc. and a range of stakeholders for over ten years to extend 2-1-1 to the entire state. The plan envisions C2H and other local 2-1-1 Centers working cooperatively within an integrated system to cover all of Indiana. The goal of the Partnership is to have complete statewide coverage as soon as funding becomes available and sustainable.