2-1-1 Statistical Reports
Vermont 2-1-1 Web Usage Reports
ReferWeb Reports is for tracking and reporting how the public is using the Refer Web search engine. The application allows the user to select the date and time range for each report and view statistical data such as searches performed, visitor locations, visitor age, sex, etc. Click on the link below to get started.
Statewide Contact Summary Report
Our statewide call summary report compares the percentage of the population from each county to the percentage of 2-1-1 inquiries from that county.
Monthly Statistical Reports by County
Our statewide referrals by need report contains aggregated data on the needs of 2-1-1 callers throughout Vermont by category of need, including numbers of referrals made within each category of need.
Vermont 2-1-1 Afterhours Emergency Housing Report
Vermont 2-1-1 partners with the Agency of Human Services (AHS) to provide after business hours emergency housing assistance. AHS calls are routed to Vermont 2-1-1 from 4:30 p.m. to 7:45 a.m. daily and on weekends to provide 24/7 access to the existing emergency housing services. Vermont 2-1-1 adheres to strict protocols outlined by AHS program guidelines.
Vermont 2-1-1 2015 Annual and 10 Year Snapshot
Since it's launch by the United Ways of Vermont in 2005, Vermont 2-1-1 has greatly expanded access to health and human services for Vermonters. Before 2-1-1, parents, guidance counselors, and even service providers themselves, were making call after call to find help, getting transferred again and again. Before 2-1-1, vulnerable populations - such as non-English speakers, low-income individuals, and families in crisis - often gave up long before they found help. Today, 2-1-1 is there 24/7 to connect people with the information and services they need. Please take time to review our accomplishments and parternships of the last year, as illustrated in the following pages.