From basic needs to any health and human service program, one call to
Nevada 2-1-1 service is available to a majority of Nevada's population including many cellular subscribers. Service is available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week.
Individuals with hearing/speech impairments may access 2-1-1 services by calling
For service providers interested in being listed in the online directory:
To submit information requesting a new listing or to update your current listing,
Nevada 2-1-1 Partnership
The State of Nevada, United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra, United Way of Southern Nevada, Crisis Call Center, and HELP of Southern Nevada. Additional partners include: AT&T, CenturyLink, Family TIES of Nevada, Nevada Disability Advocacy and Law Center, Nevada Public Health Foundation, State of Nevada Department of Health and Human Services, State of Nevada Department of Information Technology, State of Nevada Legislature, Washoe County Chronic Disease Coalition, and Washoe County Senior Services.
The planning and development of this essential service was made possible through funding from the State of Nevada with the support of Nevada Senator Dina Titus and Assemblywoman Debbie Smith.
Call 1-888-PASS-211 to encourage members of Congress to co-sponsor the
All services provided by Crisis Call Center are free of charge and available to anyone in any crisis situation. The Center does not practice nor condone discrimination on the basis of race, color, sexual orientation , age, religion, national origin, marital status, military status, political belief, mental or physical handicap, or any other preference or personal characteristic, condition, or status.