Welcome to 2-1-1 Humboldt!
This service is available seven days a week, 24 hours a day
and offers fast, free, and confidential assistance. Resource specialists are waiting to assist your call. Dial 211 for more info about these resources.
2-1-1 Humboldt can help you:
Find food pantries or information about CalFresh
Locate child care, parenting classes, or after-school programs for children
Get information on low income housing and information about transition housing options
Access information on programs for low income families and individuals such as free tax preparation assistance, (VITA/EKS)
Locate local clinics and hospitals or help with out the area doctor’s appointments
Connect to mental health and substance abuse addiction resources, such as counseling, drug and alcohol programs, and safe and sober housing
Find support for seniors and persons with disabilities and much more!
To receive these benefits from 2-1-1 please see our contact page.
According to Point to Homes Population Demographics, People living in Humboldt County have an average 2.6 members in their household.
211 Humboldt has a current record of 12,525 Calls this year.
32,565 Community Members have been served this year.
We also, offer disaster relief, road closure, points of distribution for food and water, emergency shelters, medical care and much more. Dial 211 for more information about these services. Our call representatives will assist you as soon as we can.