Welcome to 2-1-1 Colorado


2-1-1 Colorado connects families and individuals to social and community resources best suited to meet their need.



2-1-1 is a free, confidential, multilingual service that refers callers to non-emergency health and human services.



2-1-1s across Colorado received nearly 160,000 contacts (calls, walk-ins, emails) and 45,000 online database searches last year.



2-1-1 Colorado employs trained information and referral specialists who assist individuals and families that are seeking answers regarding community services in times of need.

Referrals you can access by dialing 2-1-1:

Rental / Utility Bills Assistance

Housing / Emergency Shelter

Food / Clothing Banks

Mental Health Assistance

Dealing With and Preventing Abuse

GED / ESL Classes


Suicide Intervention and Prevention

Medical Clinics

Rx Assistance

Senior Services

Youth Programs

Support Groups

Legal Assistance

To Volunteer or To Make an In-Kind or Financial Donation


The 2-1-1 Colorado database holds information about more than 11,000 services across the state of Colorado. These services are supported by more than 3,900 agencies.




If you are hearing impaired you can reach 2-1-1 by calling:

Relay Colorado (7-1-1) or 1-800-659-2656



For Emergencies

Dial 9-1-1

2-1-1 Colorado & Disaster Response

2-1-1 Colorado assists with emergency situations and has worked with local and state emergency management during numerous disasters, beginning in 2005, when the Governor asked 2-1-1 to be the number to dial for those wanting to volunteer or donate to assist the 13,000 Gulf Coast evacuees that were brought to Denver after hurricanes Katrina and Rita.

In 2012, Colorado was hit by several devastating wildfires, requiring the collective efforts of 2-1-1 Colorado to handle the flood of calls for information on evacuations, shelter locations, donating, volunteering, road closures, how to sign up for reverse 9-1-1 calls, etc. In just over a four week period, 2-1-1 Colorado received over 10,000 calls. 2-1-1 Colorado also assisted in the Aurora mass casualty incident.