Maintaining a directory with relevant resources and current information is essential to our service.

Why Maintain a Listing with Wyoming 211?

211 provides a fast and efficient way to connect those in need with organizations able to assist through a single well-recognized, easy-to-remember number. The Wyoming 211 statewide database is a collection of service listings for the purpose of providing information and referral.

211 uses the Alliance of Information & Referral System (AIRS) approved Taxonomy of Human Services, a standard indexing system used by human service information and referral systems throughout the United States. This national taxonomy contains thousands of service terms, organized into ten general categories and many subcategories.

All records are indexed within the taxonomy system and standardized according to robust inclusion/exclusion protocols. Our Database Curators continually verifies listings to ensure that our data is as accurate and as up-to-date as possible These records are updated annually at the agency, service, and site levels.


Join the 211 Database

If you are a provider that offers services in Wyoming and would like to be included in the Wyoming 211 database of community resources, please complete the Resource Inclusion Form. Our database curator will follow-up with you about your listing.