Nevada 211

Find Help Any Day, Any Time, Any Where.

Nevada 211 is a free service that provides information about vital health and human service programs that are available throughout the State. Information and Referral (I & R) professionals are available any time, day or night, to assist you with locating the services you need within your zip code area. 

  • Dial 2-1-1 on a touch-tone phone from anywhere in Nevada (Or call 1-866-535-5654 from anywhere)
  • Text your 5-digit zip-code to 898-211 to "chat" with an I & R specialist via text
  • Download the Nevada 211 mobile app from the Apple Store or Google Play or find it at 

    All the Human Service Resources You Need in One Location

    Nevada 211 has information about:  

    • Basic Needs
    • Physical and Mental Health
    • Financial Stability
    • Support for Older Individuals and Persons with Disabilities
    • Support for Children, Youth and Families
    • Volunteer Opportunities and Donations
    • Support during Community Crisis and Disaster Recovery

      Get Listed!

      If you are a service provider in the State of Nevada, help people locate you by listing your organization and services in the Nevada 211 database. There is no charge for this service. To request a new listing, or update an existing listing, please visit the Nevada 211 website at:

        Nevada 211 Reports

        Quarterly data reports, strategic plans, and other Nevada 211 documents can be found on Nevada 211's website at:Nevada 2-1-1 Reports.

          211 Authority

          Nevada 211 was established pursuant to Nevada Revised Statute 232.359 as a system to provide non-emergency information and referrals concerning health, welfare, human and social services to Nevada residents through a free, statewide telephone number.

          After the NRS was adopted, the late Governor Kenny Guinn established the Governor's Partnership on 211 through an Executive Order in 2006. Former Governor Jim Gibbons renewed the order in 2009, as did Governor Brian Sandoval in 2011.

          Governor Sandoval’s Executive Order expired on December 31, 2013. Following that expiration, 211 operated under a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the key operational partners, with the DHHS serving as the lead agency responsible for coordinating and overseeing 2-1’s activities. 

          In December 2014 a Request for Proposals (RFP) was issued with the intent to address an increased State financial contribution and establish a more structured governance system to implement 211 services. In 2015, the state awarded a contract to Financial Guidance Center to operate the Nevada 211 System with oversight being maintained by DHHS.

          Contact Information

          Jennifer White

          Statewide 211 Coordinator

          To connect with Nevada 211 for information and referral services, click on the link below.