Below are four ways to find services.
1. Dial 2-1-1 within Arizona
The 2-1-1 helpline has returned to live answer all day, every day.
Call to speak to an information specialist for referrals to organizations that help with health care, food boxes, legal assistance, GED classes, domestic violence shelters, substance abuse, assistive technology, computer classes, support groups, counseling, parenting classes, donation pick-ups, volunteer opportunities, animal services, and much more.
Call anytime to listen to recorded information about community resources that are most often asked for.
2. Search the online database
2-1-1 Arizona is a statewide database of community resources. Go to the website, choose your county on the left, and select a service from the most commonly requested categories.
Add your organization to the resource database
3. Purchase a Directory
The 2022 edition of the Directory of Community Resources for Pima County is now available for purchase for $40. Come to our office at 2590 N Alvernon Way or purchase a directory online.
4. Welcome to our eLibrary!
Below is the beginning of a collection of papers on a variety of health and human service topics. Each paper in the eLibrary will give a quick overview of the subject and include links to the 2-1-1 Arizona database of community services and other resources.
Resources for Advocacy in Arizona
Animal & Pet
Resources for Animals & Pet Services in Arizona
Resources for People with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Arizona
Resources for Caregivers in Arizona
Resources for COVID-19 Information in Arizona
Disaster Resources in Arizona
End of Life Planning
Resources for End of Life Planning in Arizona
Resources for People Experiencing Homelessness or Who Are At-Risk for Homelessness in Arizona
LGBTQ+ Resources in Arizona
Opioid & Other Substance Use
Resources for Opioid & Other Substance Use in Arizona
Resources for Voting in Arizona
Tell your clients or staff about 2-1-1 Arizona.
Download a flyer in English and Spanish for your office! 2-1-1 Arizona Flyer