211 Colorado @ UWWC

What We Do

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211 Colorado is a comprehensive information and referral service that connects users to an exhaustive listing of human service resources throughout Colorado. 211 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. 211 is available via phone call, text, live chat, web browser, and mobile phone app.

People seeking help access the 211 database online at www.unitedway-weld.org/211, by calling 211 or by texting their zip code to 898-211. 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.

211 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.

Who We Serve

2020-2021 People Served by Area of Weld County

  • Carbon Valley (Berthoud, Dacono, Erie, Firestone, Frederick, Longmont, Mead, Northglenn, Thornton): 1689
  • County Seat (Evans, Garden City, Greeley): 3716
  • Outback (Briggsdale, Grover, New Raymer): 169
  • Poudre River Corridor (Severance, Windsor): 676
  • South County (Brighton, Fort Lupton, Hudson, Keenesburg, Lochbuie): 760
  • Thompson River Valley (Johnstown, Milliken): 676
  • US-85 Corridor South (Platteville, Gilcrest, LaSalle, Kersey): 380
  • US-85 Corridor North (Eaton, Ault, Pierce, Nunn): 380
  • Outside Weld County: 939

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How We Impact

Flor is a single mother of 3 children who was laid off for several months due to COVID-19 and fell behind on her water payments. While Flor was able to return to her previous job where she had worked for 5 years before the pandemic, she was not able to put together the amount needed to pay the total past-due amount on her bill. 2-1-1 was able to help Flor apply for unemployment and TANF while also connecting her with a financial advisor to help her with budgeting moving forward. In addition, 2-1-1 was able to help Flor apply for the financial assistance she needed to pay her water bill.

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