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211 - NEVADA COUNTY WILDFIRE RESOURCES

WILDFIRE RESOURCES #74503915


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  • 208 Sutton Way
    Grass Valley, Nevada

Wildfire resources are provided by 211 Connecting Point.

RIVER FIRE RECOVERY

RECOVERY NAVIGATORS FOR NEVADA COUNTY RESIDENTS
Connecting Point offers Recovery Navigators for Nevada County residents impacted by the River Fire. Call 211 or 833-342-5211 to receive a referral to a Navigator who will contact you within one business day to offer assistance during your recovery process.

Navigators will work one-on-one with individuals and families that have been impacted by the River Fire. Meeting regularly and as needed, the Navigators will be able to work with you step-by-step throughout the recovery process, provide you with resources for any need that comes up, navigate the County, State, Federal re-building processes that you will encounter, advocate for additional resources as needed, provide a physical place where you can print, fax, email, and copy documents, and keep you up to date with any updates as they are released.

FEDERAL, STATE, & COUNTY RECOVERY INFORMATION

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211 - PLACER COUNTY WILDFIRE RESOURCES

WILDFIRE RESOURCES #74481317


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  • 208 Sutton Way
    Grass Valley, Nevada

Wildfire resources are provided by 211 Connecting Point.

ALERTS
To SIGN UP for Placer Alerts, visit www.placer-alert.org.

EVACUATIONS
To see an interactive map of the evacuation area for Placer County (including incident-specific zones for the River Fire) view the PCSO River Fire evacuation map.

CALFIRE MAP
Cal Fire statewide fire map & incident information here.

EVACUATION CENTERS
There are no Temporary Evacuation Points & Congregate Shelters currently open for River Fire evacuees.

IF ALL ARE CLOSED: SHELTER OPTIONS FROM RED CROSS
If you are under a mandatory Evacuation Order and Temporary Evacuation Points are closed, you can call Red Cross 24/7 at 1-844-236-0153.

ANIMAL EVACUATIONS
  • For animal evacuations: Contact Placer County Animal Services Center at 530-886-5500. Dial extension 2.
  • For evacuees: Evacuees requiring support with animals are encouraged to seek boarding, hotel or other options. If additional support is needed, small or large animals can be taken to the Placer …
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211-COORDINATED ENTRY - NEVADA COUNTY

CONNECTING POINT #63671404


Coordinated Entry callers will speak to a 211 call specialist who will walk them through a series of questions. The caller’s answers are entered by the 211 call specialist into HUD’s Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), which can be accessed only by designated organizations that provide housing services. Callers have access to emergency shelter as well as long term/permanent housing by going through the Coordinated Entry process.
 
24-HOUR CRISIS LINE: PHONE, TEXT, CHAT - CBV

COMMUNITY BEYOND VIOLENCE #41530719


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  • 1020 McCourtney Road, Suite C
    Grass Valley, Nevada

24-HOUR CRISIS LINE (530) 272-3467
Text - 530-290-6555 
Chat - rc.chat/cbv

All services are free, confidential and non-discriminatory.
https://cbv.org/

Offers a 24 hour crisis line which is available 365 days a year to victims in crisis from domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, or dating violence, and for their friends or family members. Advocate/Counselors are available 24 hours a day for counseling and response to the hospital or law enforcement. Depending on circumstances, possible emergency transportation, food, and shelter may be available to those in crisis.

This is one of many possible First 5 Nevada County Ready to Grow (R2G) program resources. Ready to Grow resources are those that support the well-being of children ages 0-5.
A TOUCH OF UNDERSTANDING, INC.

A TOUCH OF UNDERSTANDING, INC. #65631197


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  • 5280 Stirling Street
    Granite Bay, Placer

A Touch of Understanding’s mission is to encourage acceptance and respect for all individuals. ATOU's educational programs are designed to increase understanding of differences, thereby minimizing discrimination, bullying, and social isolation suffered by children and adults who are perceived as different for any reason, but especially those with disabilities.

ATOU's in-school workshop provides a potent, life-changing opportunity for students to meet people with disabilities and to experience for themselves what it may be like to have a disability. The workshop is broken up into two parts.
  • Part 1: Speakers with disabilities talk about their life, their challenges, and how they achieve their goals. During the hour and a half session, students are encouraged to interact with these volunteers and ask questions.
  • Part 2: Students visit activity stations where they: use a wheelchair and white cane, learn to write their names in Braille, perform a task using a mirror to simulate a le…
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AFRICAN AMERICAN POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER ASSOCIATION

AFRICAN AMERICAN POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER ASSOCIATION #65630841


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  • 9129 Veterans Drive SW
    Lakewood, Pierce

The mission of the African American Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Association is multiple and includes seeking materials that are dedicated to the discovery of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and its many maladies. The material is then disseminated and is used to promote knowledge and stimulation of public policy discussions. This material also encourages the implementation, identification, and expansion of effective programs. It provides:
  • Initiatives that encourage healthy lifestyles and long-term health consequences
  • Assistance with homelessness
  • Self-education
  • Training programs
  • Claims preparation for individuals with PTSD and/or other military service-related concerns
AA PTSD Assn. has provided Veterans, family members of Veterans, homeless Veterans, and incarcerated Veterans, direct services such as:
  • Food
  • Clothing
  • Personal hygiene items
  • Shoes, boots
  • Blankets
AA PTSD Assn. has provided these services with an all-volunteer force that utilizes their own funds and minimal resources… [read more]
AGAPE DENTAL

AGAPE DENTAL #65630840


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  • 5752 Lonetree Boulevard
    Rocklin, Placer
local_phone
  • Rocklin Office
    916-824-8711

Agape Dental offers the following services:
Personalized & Complete Dental Care
Teeth Cleaning and Whitening Zoom Whitening
Comprehensive Dental Make-over (Esthetic)
Gum Treatment
White Fillings & Sealants
Crowns & Bridges
Full & Partial Dentures
Root Canal Treatment
Extractions & Bone Graft
Emergencies & Minor Surgery
Clear Braces (Orthodontics)
Implant.

Agape Dental also involves itself with voluntary medical missions to spread oral health awareness and serve dental treatments to the community. Here are some of the events Agape Dental joined:

CFT (Christian Family Tabernacle)
Medical and Dental Mission
Volunteer, Philippine Medical and Dental Mission
Volunteer, UC Davis Medical and Dental Mission
AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION: SACRAMENTO OFFICE

AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION: SACRAMENTO OFFICE #65630857


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  • 1565 Exposition Boulevard
    Sacramento, Sacramento

The American Lung Association in California is the leading health organization dedicated to fighting threats to lung health including lung cancer, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), tobacco and air pollution through education, advocacy and research. With the generous support of our donors and volunteers, our vision is to fill every breath you take with hope, because every breath you take matters. We welcome all Californians to get involved with the Lung Association. Our events, programs, advocacy efforts and volunteer opportunities allow everyone to make a difference in the lives of those affected by lung disease.
AMERICAN RED CROSS - GOLD COUNTRY REGION - NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CHAPTER

AMERICAN RED CROSS - GOLD COUNTRY REGION #69671659


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  • 2125 East Onstott Road
    Yuba City, Sutter

American Red Cross Gold Country Region
The American Red Cross Gold Country Region has two chapters:
  • Northern California Chapter - serving vast area of Northern California
  • Sierra-Delta Chapter - serving the counties of Placer, Yolo, Sacramento, El Dorado, Amador, San Joaquin, Calaveras, Alpine, Stanislaus, and Tuolumne
The American Red Cross California Gold Country Region (including Northern CA and Sierra-Delta chapters) has the following resources available for people affected by wildfires.
 
Contact Red Cross
Call: 1-800-REDCROSS/800-733-27677 or visit redcross.org/GetHelp
For all Red Cross disaster response and recovery services, or for additional information about emergency sheltering, recovery casework, shelf-stable meals, emergency and recovery supplies, financial assistance, disaster health services, disaster mental health services and spiritual care services.
 
Evacuation Points and Shelters
Call 530-276-8034
• Find an updated national list of sites at redcross.org/shelter.  
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AMERICAN RED CROSS - GOLD COUNTRY REGION - SIERRA DELTA CHAPTER

AMERICAN RED CROSS - GOLD COUNTRY REGION #65630859


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  • 1565 Exposition Boulevard
    Sacramento, Sacramento

American Red Cross Gold Country Region
The American Red Cross Gold Country Region has two chapters:
  • Northern California Chapter - serving vast area of Northern California
  • Sierra-Delta Chapter - serving the counties of Placer, Yolo, Sacramento, El Dorado, Amador, San Joaquin, Calaveras, Alpine, Stanislaus, and Tuolumne
The American Red Cross California Gold Country Region (including Northern CA and Sierra-Delta chapters) has the following resources available for people affected by wildfires.
 
Contact Red Cross
Call: 1-800-REDCROSS/800-733-2767 or visit redcross.org/GetHelp
For all Red Cross disaster response and recovery services, or for additional information about emergency sheltering, recovery casework, shelf-stable meals, emergency and recovery supplies, financial assistance, disaster health services, disaster mental health services and spiritual care services.
 
Evacuation Points and Shelters
Call 530-276-8034
• Find an updated national list of sites at redcross.org/she… [read more]