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The 2016-2018 Directory of Community Services for Midland County is the most comprehensive listing of major nonprofit and government agencies in Midland County.  This directory includes: contact information; services provided; an index by organization and service type.  To submit corrections for the next directory printing, please email corrected information to:

Download 2016-18 Community Directory. (pdf)

This community directory was made possible through a collaborative effort by the following partners: 2.1.1 Texas, Texas Health and Human Services Commission,  and United Way of Midland, Inc. 

2-1-1 is the abbreviated dialing code for FREE information and referrals about community health and human organizations and resources. While most people know to dial 9-1-1 to get help for emergencies and 4-1-1 to find a phone number, 2-1-1 serves as the first number to call to link individuals and families to appropriate resources and information.

This confidential and nationally-accredited service is staffed by highly-trained information and referral specialists dedicated to connecting you to the most appropriate community organizations and government agencies. The 211 Area Information Center (AIC) maintains a comprehensive regional database of resources including federal, state and local government agencies, community based organizations and qualified private businesses and the certified staff specialist can quickly refer you to an appropriate agency or resource.

Call 2-1-1 if you have questions about community resources such as…

Spanish and English speaking 2-1-1 specialists are available. Interpreters for other languages can be provided. 2-1-1 is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and is TDD/TTY accessible.

Cell phone callers may access assistance by dialing 682.HELP (4357) or visiting their website at  Note: 2-1-1 does not replace 9-1-1 for medical, police or fire emergencies.