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The 2-1-1 Arizona Information and Referral Services program was founded in 1964 as Community Information and Referral Services and incorporated as a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization in 1979. Solari acquired the program in 2017.
2-1-1 Arizona Information and Referral Service operates 24 hours per day, seven days per week and every day of the year. Live-operator service is available at all times in English and Spanish and assistance is available in other languages via real-time interpreter services.
2-1-1 Arizona operators will help individuals and families find resources that are available to them locally, throughout the state, and provide connections to critical services that can improve – and save – lives, including:
In addition to our statewide information and referral service, 2-1-1 Arizona provides multiple programs to residents throughout the state. All programs listed are accessible by dialing 2-1-1.
2-1-1 Arizona serves as our state’s COVID-19 Hotline, providing essential information on the virus, testing sites, vaccine information, and much more.
This program supports individuals and families experiencing homelessness in the designated counties by connecting them to locally-available resources and services. Call us for more information.
In partnership with rideshare company Lyft, 2-1-1 Arizona can provide rides related to housing, food, healthcare, and employment. Call us for more information.
A free, federally-funded program that helps people and communities recover from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic through short-term interventions that provide emotional support and connections to community resources.
Maricopa County Department of Public Health created FindHelpPHX.org to give residents an easy way to find health and social services.
Arizona is one of the hottest places on earth from May to September. Heat-related illnesses are common during the summer, and some heat-related illnesses can even be fatal. Below you can find resources and tips to stay hydrated and safe in the Arizona heat. You can also call 2-1-1 to speak to a specialist about heat related services in your area. If you are experiencing a medical emergency or any symptoms of heat-related illness, call 911 immediately.