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Road to Recovery

Dealing with the aftermath of a disaster can be daunting and this guide is intended to help you recover after this wildfire disaster. Bookmark this page and use it as a guide to recovery. Click on the Resource link in the bar at the top of the page to quickly connect with local available resources.

Roadmap to Recovery Workshops (online)

Insurance Claim Help for Wildfire-Impacted Renters
Thursday, October 15, 2020 at 5:30pm
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Replacing Vital Documents

Instructions on how to replace lost or damaged personal documents including birth certificates and driver's licenses.

Food Replacement Resources

Local food resources


For information on how to work with your insurance company or additional financial information for uninsured or underinsured individuals.

Financial Assistance

Dealing with financial challenges after a disaster can be overwhelming. You are not alone. Let us help get you started.


If you are unable to work due to the disaster, Disaster Unemployment Assistance is available.

Emotional Health

When we experience a disaster, people react with increased anxiety, worry and anger. Learn more about how to reach out for help yourself or to assist someone in your care.

Debris Removal

Debris Removal and property clean-up information and resources.

Current Disaster Information

Wildfire Survivors Can Apply for Federal Aid Even if Insured
Registration Deadline Extended for August Wildfire Aid
Renters Can Apply for Federal Assistance
Register online or with the FEMA App to manage your disaster application