Information and Referrals
The following agencies help individuals understand what services are available for their
target population and how to access them.
The Adaptables, Inc.
Information for any disability
The Arc of Forsyth County
The Enrichment Center
Cancer Services, Inc.
Easter Seals UCP of North Carolina
Mental Health Association
Multiple Sclerosis Society
Central NC Chapter
NC Baptist Aging Ministry (NCBAM)
Senior Services, Inc.
Resources for seniors and caregivers
United Way 211
Triad General Information
Q: Whom does Help Line serve?
A: Help Line provides information and referrals for Forsyth County residents aged 60 and older. Help Line assists older adults, caregivers, friends and neighbors and professionals and can be reached by phone, email or through a secure online inquiry by clicking here.
Q: I am an older adult and have specific questions about my disability. Whom should I call?
A: Persons needing specific information related to a physical disability should call the Adaptables. Someone in need of specific information related to a mental health diagnosis should call the Mental Health Association. For general information about resources in Forsyth County and North Carolina, call 211. 211 can assist with things like employment and job assistance, food assistance, housing and utilities payments, mental health, addictions, counseling, transportation, legal support and much more. A call to NC 2-1-1 is free, confidential, and available all day, every day and in any language. For general information about the City of Winston Salem, call 311. CityLink centralizes access to city information and services through one, easy-to-remember, easy-to-use telephone number.