(1) A state agency or local government institution that provides health and human
services, or a public or private entity receiving state-appropriated funds to provide
health and human services, shall provide Utah 211 with information, in a form determined
by Utah 211, about the services the agency or entity provides for inclusion in the
statewide information and referral system.
(2) A state agency or local government institution that provides health and human
services may not establish a new public telephone line or hotline, other than an emergency
first responder hotline, to provide information or referrals unless the agency or
(a) consults with Utah 211 about using the existing 211 to provide access to the information
or referrals; and
(b) assesses whether a new line or the existing 211 program would be more cost effective.
(3) Nothing in this section prohibits a state agency or local government institution
from starting a public telephone line or hotline in an emergency situation.
(4) State agencies, local governments, community-based organizations, not-for-profit
organizations, faith-based organizations, and businesses that engage in providing
human services may contract with Utah 211 to provide specialized projects, including:
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