INDIANAPOLIS - In the wake of recent violence in Indianapolis, the Connect2Help 2-1-1 Center wants to remind you that they are there to help you, no matter what time of day.
The 2-1-1 Center helps connect people with all kinds of agencies that provide all types of help.
The organization partners with 23,000 programs, so there is a lot of help out there that you might not be aware of.
Especially with the recent violence in Indianapolis, organizers want to remind people of the "Your Life Matters" program that helps get young people into mentoring programs, stay out of gangs, and get off the streets.
Watch our video to see firsthand how it works.
The center covers all 92 counties in Indiana and is open for calls 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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