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“211” is a free information and referral service that connects people to health and human services in their community 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Includes resources such as:

  • Crisis
  • Education
  • Food
  • Health Care
  • Housing
  • Mental Health
  • Legal Assistance
  • Substance Abuse
  • Transportation
  • Income
  • Utility Assistance
  • and many more

Dial “211” to access this service.

311 is an easy-to-remember phone number people can call to obtain up-to-date information on all non-emergency County services.


  • Sidewalk and road repairs
  • Noise complaints
  • Abandoned vehicles
  • Large debris blocking roadways
  • Garbage bin replacements
  • Dangerous animal complaints
  • Damaged traffic signals or road signs
  • Graffiti removal
  • Leaking hydrant or sewer problems


Marjaree Mason Center


St. Agnes Holy Cross Center for Women


Sierra Tribal Consortium/Turtle Lodge

The primary purpose of the Sierra Tribal Consortium, Inc./Turtle Lodge, is to provide client centered substance use disorder treatment services to the Native American Indian population.

Phone: (559) 445-2691


Address:610 W. McKinley Ave., Fresno, CA  93728

Fresno-Madera Agency on Aging

Focused on assisting the elderly in Madera and Fresno counties


In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) Program


Oakhurst Senior Center


Senior Citizen Bus & Escort Program

Fresno EOC Transit Systems including Madera County


CAP of Madera County

Senior Nutrition Program, Meals on Wheels

Salvation Army – Fresno, Madera (most major cities)

Homeless Shelter, Food Pantries, Alcohol and Drug Rehab, Job Training, Veteran Services, Help for Domestic Abuse

Fresno – (559)233-0139

Madera – (559)675-7002

United Way Fresno and Madera Counties

Call 211 to get help with food, housing and more – visit

CalFresh (SNAP)

Information on Food Stamp benefits – call (559)600-1377 or visit

Catholic Charities – Fresno, Merced

Providing food and essential needs – call (559)237-0851 or visit

Central California Food Bank – Fresno, Madera, King and Kern

Find your nearest food pantry with the Food Locator

Fresno EOC WIC-Women, Infants and Children

WIC provides support for women who are pregnant and children under 5 years old with low to medium household incomes – call (559)263-1150 or text “fresnoeocwic” to 45778, or visit

Madera WIC-Women, Infants and Children


Oakhurst WIC-Women, Infants and Children


Chowcilla WIC-Women, Infants and Children


Madera County Food Bank/Food Assistance

(559)674-1482 or

Merced County Food Bank

(209)726-3663 or

Manna House of Oakhurst – Food and Clothing


Manna House of Mariposa


Central Valley Indian Health, Inc. (CVIH)

Central Valley Indian Health, Inc. was established in May 1971 with the purpose of improving the quality and quantity of health care services to the American Indian people of Fresno, Madera and Kings Counties. To achieve this purpose, a system of Health Education, Preventive Medicine, Medical, Dental, Nutrition and Behavioral Health Services is provided.


Phone (North Fork Clinic): 559-877-4676


Fresno American Indian Health Project (FAIHP)

Healing the Native Community Since 2007

Culturally Sensitive Services for the American Indian Community


Phone: (559) 320-0490

California Indian Manpower Consortium (CIMC)

The primary purpose of the Consortium is to offer training, employment, and other activities designed to meet the employment and training needs of the client population. The principal funding source is the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.


Phone: (916) 920-0285 or TollFree (800) 640-2462

Broadband for All – Discounts on internet service and devices


California Emerging Technology Fund – Internet

Halo Cafe – Pet food pantry


Fresno County


Madera County


Mariposa County