211 Help Center
211 is a multilingual and confidential service that connects individuals to critical resources including food, shelter, rental assistance, childcare, and more. Our 211 database contains more than 7,000 health and human resources and is updated daily to help community members meet basic needs.
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211 supports disaster relief efforts to stabilize our communities when they need help the most. After the Marshall Fire, our 211 team met with individuals and families at the Disaster Assistance Center in Boulder to provide one-on-one support, connecting those impacted to vital resources like housing, food, and more.
Every day, our 211 Help Center staff work tirelessly to connect families across Metro Denver to the resources they need. Three Mile High United Way staff recently received recognition for their leadership and service in their roles related to the 211 Help Center.
February 11 marks 211 Day for all United Ways across the United States. This year, we celebrate 211 Colorado’s 20th anniversary, and how 211 has adapted to meet the emerging needs of our community.
In recent months, the Denver community has welcomed hundreds of migrants and refugees from Latin American nations. Learn how Mile High United Way is providing support to families as they begin their transition to living here in Colorado.
Read about the impact these laws will have on Mile High United Way programs and throughout our Colorado communities.
By Stephanie Sanchez, Senior Director of 211 Colorado on the impact of HB22-1315.
Invest in Mile High United Way’s community programs, like our 211 Help Center, to connect families to critical resources.