Every day, United Way 2-1-1 fields hundreds of questions from residents of Utah requesting information

Individuals and families reach out to our program seeking answers about where to find food, low-cost health and dental care, rent and utilities assistance, child care referrals, mental health and substance abuse referrals, legal assistance, and volunteer opportunities, among others. Our highly-trained information specialists record these requests in our database, helping us to provide sophisticated diagnosis of the needs of specific communities.

If you are interested in acquiring data specific reports that could help you understand the community you serve, please contact Chiara Cameron, 2-1-1 Director, at

2014 Annual Report

The primary purpose of 2-1-1 is to support community and state agencies and nonprofit organizations, empower individuals and families with information and knowledge, and connect people to resources and volunteer opportunities. See the specific ways that we were able to accomplish this level of community support over this past year.

Notable 2013 - 2014 Milestones

Service Snapshot

United Way 2-1-1 provides a critical service statewide to more than 100,000 callers annually. The 2-1-1 Service Snapshot showcases the inner workings of our 2-1-1 program and the types of calls received each year. United Way 2-1-1 strives to be a social barometer, indicating the current needs of our communities and demonstrating where needs are being met for residents of Utah.