Who We Are.
Why 211 Service Makes a Difference in Your Community.
C.A.L.L.’s programs are designed to build stronger communities by helping residents in Charlevoix, Emmet, Manistee, Missaukee, Muskegon, Oceana, Ottawa, and Wexford counties.
Simple, Quick 24/7/365 link to connect people efficiently and effectively to appropriate services. An easy number to remember, it’s a direct connection to help that can cut through confusion about complex human services and publicize, explain, and help people access new programs.
Partner with local emergency management to assist with emergency events by providing easy access to information that needs to be communicated to all citizens.
Partner with Michigan 211 and state government in helping create greater efficiencies in the delivery of health and human services.
A barometer to identify needs or gaps in service and communicate them to public and private decision-makers and funders.
How Many People We Help - View Data & Reports.
In August of 2005, Community Access Line of the Lakeshore successfully launched the 211 program in Muskegon County with substantial call numbers that continue to grow to this day. For an in-depth overview of our service including how many people we assisted, and the top health and human services requested, our quarterly and annual reports are available to view or download.
Help Spread the Word – Marketing Materials.
C.A.L.L. has developed and maintains promotional literature in both English and Spanish. If your agency or organization would like to obtain some of our materials for your facility display or upcoming event, visit our Marketing Materials page.
Add or Update Your Agency or Organization.
Our resource specialists strive to keep our database up-to-date and as comprehensive as possible so we can better serve our region’s residents. If you would like to have your agency or organization added to our database or would like to update your information, please complete the steps on our Add or Update Agency page.
The C.A.L.L. Administrative Team.
Board of Directors.
Our organization is lead by a cross-section of business, agency and organization leaders that provide support and guidance to achieve our mission. If you’re interested in a seat on our Board of Directors, we’d like to talk with you. Please call 231-733-1155 to inquire about how you can join us.
|Trinity Health||Jennifer Bailey, President
|Ottawa County Community Mental Health||Anna Bednarek, Vice President
|Community Member||Elizabeth Johnson, Secretary/Treasurer
|City of Muskegon||Oneata Bailey|
|City of Norton Shores||Anthony Chandler|
|Harbor Steel||Jason Balavitch|
|Mercy Health – Health Project||Stevi Riel|
|Ottawa Area Intermediate School District||Heather Eizenga
|Professional Med Team||Shawn Lazarock
|Senior Resources||Lisa Tyler
|Shape Corp||Chuck Michele|