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Partners and Providers

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Utah 211 partners and service providers are instrumental in helping Utahns get the assistance they need to reach their full potential. They are part of our extensive statewide resource database that provides support with housing, utility assistance, food access, employment help, and other basic needs assistance. 


If you’re an existing partner, or would like to become one, you’re in the right place.  


Add Your Resources to Our Database


We are always looking for qualified Service Providers who want to join our database and help Utahns seeking basic needs or crisis support. Check out information on qualifications, how to become a partner, and other resources to get started.  



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Current Providers


Utah 211 receives over 150,000 requests for services each year. Service Providers in the Utah 211 database help Utahns seeking help by providing up-to-date information about services they offer. Help us keep your information current. 


Update Your Listing

How Referrals Work

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Utah 211 Information Specialists talk with callers to identify their needs and assess qualifying information. 

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Once the appropriate resource is identified, the Information Specialist connects the caller with the organization offering the resource.

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At the end of the call, the Information Specialist will offer to reconnect with the caller in 3-5 business days to ensure they receive the service they needed and provide additional support. 

Utah 211 Collaborative Programs


There are even more ways to make an impact as a Utah 211 partner or provider. We have a number of joint programs where your team can work directly with 211 to change systemic problems surrounding education, emergency management, healthcare, and housing. The success of these efforts is dependent upon collaboration and aligning resources.   


Contact the Utah 211 team to learn more and get involved.


Get Involved

Current Providers


Once a year, your designated contact will receive an email prompting you to update or confirm your organization's listing.  

If at any time you notice incorrect information or want to make additions outside your yearly reminder, you can contact our team.  

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Other Resources for Providers

Our Partners

Some of our service providers joined Utah 211 in strategic partnerships dedicated to working together to find innovative solutions that address the problems our communities face. The providers below work with Utah 211 to ensure the residents of Utah are given the resources they need to thrive. 

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