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"The Resource Navigator was able to help keep me calm and I could tell she genuinely cared. No matter how many times I called for help, 211 was there for me."

211 is a confidential and multilingual service connecting people to vital resources across the state. No matter where you live in Colorado, you can find information about resources in your local community.

211 is a confidential and multilingual service connecting people to vital resources across the state. No matter where you live in Colorado, you can find information about resources in your local community.

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Get Connected. Get Help.

The 211 Colorado database holds information for more than 6,500 services across the state of Colorado. These services are supported by more than 2,500 agencies. Search our database by category using the buttons below.

Ways to Get Help

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Search our online database or live chat with a resource specialist in English or in Spanish

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Dial 2-1-1 or (866) 760-6489 toll free

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Text your ZIP CODE to 898-211*

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About Us

We know it can often times be difficult and overwhelming to know where to go for help.

211 Colorado streamlines services and provides one central location where people can get connected to the resources they need. With a database that is updated daily, 211 Colorado can connect you to critical resources simply by dialing a three-digit number. Whether you are searching for a shelter availability, childcare, or rent payment assistance – 211 can connect you to available resources in your community.

Our history:

In 1999, community leaders across the state of Colorado began working together to develop an integrated system of independent information and referral call centers. In 2002, the Public Utilities Commission approved the plan, and the 2-1-1 dial code was officially active in the state of Colorado. Today, 211 Colorado provides border-to-border coverage of Colorado, serving all 64 counties.

211 Colorado is provided by seven non-profit organizations.

Our Impact

When speaking to a 2-1-1 Help Center Resource Navigator, Joseph* was connected to an agency where he received bus passes, not only for his interview, but to get to and from his potential new job.

Kylie,* a single mother with two children, needed help with her rent. Because of 2-1-1, she was able to get connected to assistance so that she and her children would not lose their home.

Alisha* was out of work when she had a newborn baby and her father-in-law was battling a terminal illness, which put some financial strain on the household. When he sadly passed away, their family was facing rent, utility fees, and late fees. 2-1-1 was able to connect her to resources to alleviate some financial stress during this already difficult time.

“I found 2-1-1 to be helpful because I didn’t have to search through a phone book or the internet for places I’ve never heard of. 2-1-1 is able to give more direct answers and I know the services are reputable.”

“The Resource Navigator was able to help keep me calm and I could tell she genuinely cared. No matter how many times I called for help, 2-1-1 was there for me.”

Community Agencies

211 Colorado prides itself on having the most up-to-date information on community resources. If you work with an agency that provides community resources, please make sure your organization’s information is up-to-date.
To meet Inform USA standards, each agency’s information should be updated at minimum once a year.

  • Want to Add Your Agency to the Database?

    Fill out this online form to add a new agency to our database. You will need to read and agree to the terms of our Inclusion Policy to be added.

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2-1-1 call center

Service Areas

Region 1

United Way of Weld County

P: 970.353.4300 or 800.559.5590

E: 211colorado@unitedwaydenver.org

A: 814 9th Street

Greeley, Colorado 80631

Region 2

Mile High United Way

P: 303.561.2111 or 866.760.6489

E: 211colorado@unitedwaydenver.org

A: 711 Park Avenue West

Denver, Colorado 80205

Region 3

United Way of Larimer County

P: 970.407.7000 or 866.485.0211

E: 211colorado@unitedwaydenver.org

A: 525 West Oak Street, Suite 101

Fort Collins, Colorado 80521

Region 4

Western Colorado 2-1-1

P: 970.244.8400 or 888.217.1215

E: wc211@wc211.org

A: 1129 Colorado Avenue

Grand Junction, Colorado 81501

Region 5

Pikes Peak United Way

P: 719.955.0742 or 866.488.9742

E: 211@ppunitedway.org

A: 518 North Nevada Avenue

Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903

Region 6

2-1-1 for Southeast Colorado

P: 800.762.6169

E: 211@srda.org

A: 230 North Union Avenue

Pueblo, Colorado 81003

What Can You Do To Support 211 Colorado?

Supporting 211 helps fellow Coloradoans find vital services such as emergency shelter, food, rental and utility assistance, child care, health care and more. By dialing 2-1-1, families and individuals can get help when they need it most. You can support this effort by:

Contribute

Donate funds to ensure we can meet the needs of our community through the 211 Help Center.

Advocate

Share the importance of 211 with community leaders, legislators, funders, and citizens.

Share

Have you utilized 211? Help us spread the word so others know how to leverage 211 resources.