Incorporated as a nonprofit in 2010.

The Maryland Information Network (MIN) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that uses information and technology to connect Marylanders to the health and human services they need to achieve a more stable life for themselves and their families.

Maryland's Central Connector

As innovators in information and technology, we work with partners and state agencies to connect Marylanders to the information they need when they need it. 

211 Maryland

The Maryland Information Network (MIN) manages 211 Maryland, a statewide hotline that provides essential connections to Marylanders through call, text and chat. The call center network routes callers automatically to their regional call center for assistance. Professionally trained 211 specialists connect callers to over 7,500 resources for food, housing, and utility bills, as well as mental health and substance use support.

Care Coordination

MIN is working with state and local partners to use 211 as the single point of access for hospitals who need to find community-based behavioral health resources for patients.

More Powerful Together

MIN powers a host of programs to help Marylanders, from disaster preparedness to suicide prevention outreach and more.

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Real-Time Data on Community Needs

Drive strategic decision-making with the most up-to-date data sets in the state. MIN also offers customized data platforms.

On-Demand Texting

MIN leverages its technology to help partners through our call and texting platforms and online resource database.

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That's the # of Connections to Marylanders in FY22

The Maryland Information Network connects hundreds of thousands of Marylanders each year to the services they need to remain safe and healthy.