2-1-1 Information and Referral

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2-1-1 Colorado at United Way of Weld County is a confidential and multilingual service connecting people to vital resources in our community.


​2-1-1 Colorado is a comprehensive information and referral service that connects users to an exhaustive listing of human service resources throughout Colorado. 2-1-1 for northeastern Colorado is provided by United Way of Weld County. It maintains an up-to-date database of human service agencies, programs and services in Kit Carson, Logan, Morgan, Phillips, Sedgwick, Washington, Weld and Yuma counties. 2-1-1 is available via phone call, text, live chat, web browser, and mobile phone app.

Trained specialists assist individuals, families and service providers who are seeking answers regarding community services in times of need such as rent and utility assistance, help finding food resources, adult and child day care options and more.

2-1-1 Colorado at United Way of Weld County also facilitates communication amongst agencies to troubleshoot social and human service challenges in northeast Colorado, assists in emergency situations, works to alleviate stresses on emergency management during disasters and identifies areas of greatest need and unmet needs.

 We are here to help!

Whether you are an individual, family or a senior with a limited income, resources may exist to help ensure your home remains warm this winter.

Do you need help or do you have a friend, neighbor or family member who might need assistance?

For instructions, eligibility guidelines and resources visit:

1-866-HEAT-HELP (1-866-432-8435)


You work hard—now make the Earned Income Tax Credit work for you. File your taxes (even if you don’t have to), claim the EITC and you could get cash back worth up to 33 days of work. If you make less than $55,000 a year, you also qualify to have your taxes prepared for free by a qualified tax preparer.

Click Here or call 2-1-1 to find a free tax site near you.

United Way of Weld County has been proud to partner with the Piton Foundation in connecting people to these tax credits and free tax preparation since 2007. The program was launched to help link even more Colorado families to valuable tax credits such as the EITC and Child Tax Credit. In addition to community volunteers, the program utilizes college and high school students who take a course on income tax preparation then operate free tax sites on their campuses (Aims Community College) for college credit.

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