With a single call to 2-1-1, Humboldt County residents can get referrals to hundreds of community, government and social resources.
Also online.
2-1-1 Humboldt provides a free, neutral, confidential source of help and support in any non-emergency situation.

If 2-1-1 service is not yet working on your phone, you can reach us at 707-441-1001, or toll-free at 877-460-6000.

Extra support for crises.
2-1-1 Humboldt will provide efficient communication about public health, food, shelter, transportation
and other services
during a local crisis or major disaster.

Works well with others.
2-1-1 reduces misdirected calls to 9-1-1
and helps direct non-emergency calls
to appropriate resources
to meet callers’ needs.

Best practices.
2-1-1 Humboldt follows the same standards for training, data management and communication with other 2-1-1 centers around California.

Focused on needs.
2-1-1 Humboldt will support local service providers with data collection about calls received, helping them better anticipate needs and demand for services.

2-1-1 is you.
Operated by your local United Way of the Wine Country,
2-1-1 Humboldt has broad community support.
Key support comes from Access Humboldt, Cal Fresh, First Five Humboldt, GHD, the Healthy Start Schools and Communities Partnership, Humboldt Area Foundation, Humboldt County Department of Health and Human Services, the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Department Office of Emergency Services, the Mel and Grace McLean Foundation, Pacific Gas & Electric, and Redwood Community Action Agency.

Launched in February, 2013, 2-1-1 Humboldt has a long history as the Humboldt Community Switchboard. Its role as the 2-1-1 Service Provider for Humboldt County was approved by the California Public Utilities Commission on November 29, 2012.