Native help facilities will open on Saturday in Guerneville and Healdsburg to attach residents affected by the Walbridge and Meyers fires to a plethora of sources and providers.
The west county native help heart shall be on the Bank of America in Guerneville, 16390 Principal St. and the north county heart shall be positioned on the Healdsburg Excessive College gymnasium, 1024 Prince St.
On Saturday, each facilities shall be open from 1 to 7 p.m. Beginning on Sunday, hours will improve from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day till Sept 4. Dates may be prolonged if wanted.
There, residents can entry help with registering with the Federal Emergency Administration Company for catastrophe help, changing important paperwork like driver’s licenses or identification playing cards, accessing monetary useful resource and submitting insurance coverage claims, amongst different re-entry sources and providers.
Nonprofits will even be accessible to help with useful resource coordination however is not going to be offering reward playing cards, in accordance with Sonoma County.
All sources shall be shifting to facilities so, the group factors of distribution for residents re-entering burn areas will shut on the finish of Friday. These re-entry sources shall be accessible on the facilities.
Spanish interpretation shall be accessible, in addition to representatives from native, state and federal businesses to reply questions, refer residents to completely different sources and take functions to find out eligibility for applications and advantages.
The providers are open to all Sonoma County residents, regardless of immigration standing.
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