2-1-1 Community Resources Online

2-1-1 Community Resources Online (CRO) is the most up-to-date and comprehensive database of health and human services available for all of Washington State. The King County 2-1-1 section lists more than 5,000 services and 1,500 agencies. The most common resource search topics are listed below. For additional resources, search the complete CRO database.

If you have difficulty finding the services you are looking for, call one of our Information & Referral Specialists at King County 2-1-1 for assistance. It is best to call us if your need relates to rent, move-in, utilities or legal assistance as we conduct a preliminary eligibility screening and can provide more help. Families seeking shelter or housing must call King County 2-1-1 to be screened for an assessment for the housing wait list.

Overnight Shelters
Severe Weather Shelters
Homeless Day Centers
Youth Shelters
Domestic Violence Shelters
Urban Campsites
Safe Parking
♦ Winter Shelters
Food Pantries/Food Banks

Congregate Meals
Free Meals
Sack Lunches/Dinners
Thanksgiving Food Baskets
♦ Thanksgiving Meals
♦ Christmas Food Baskets
♦ Christmas Meals
icon_household Personal & Household Items
Household Goods
Hygiene Items
♦ Holiday Gifts and Toys
icon_healthHealth Care
Dental Care
Primary Care
Teen Clinics
icon_financialFinancial Information/Education
Debt Management
Credit Counseling
Please call King County 2-1-1 for information about financial assistance.
Job Seeking Skills
Job Training
Job Search
Legal Assistance
Please call King County 2-1-1 for more information about legal assistance.
Mental Health
Crisis Hotlines
General Counseling Services
Teen Counseling
Support Groups
Substance Abuse
Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment
Alcohol & Drug Free Housing
Opiate Replacement Treatment
Substance Abuse Hotlines

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King County 2-1-1 adheres to the Alliance of Information and Referral System’s (AIRS) standards for information and referral organizations. In order to structure information that is consistent, accessible and user-friendly, we collect the same type of information from every agency. All information in our database is classified according to the AIRS Taxonomy of Health and Human Services. Visit www.211taxonomy.org for more information.