Resources
 
Mental Health Resources
 
If you are experiencing anxiety or are worried about your mental well being during emergencies, the following organizations offer bilingual counseling services. 
 
Wildfire Mental Health Collaborative (English and Spanish): visit mysonomastrong.com
 
Catholic Charities Disaster Case Management (English and Spanish): Call (866) 542-5480
 
Sonoma Community Resilience Collaborative: Call (707) 303-3600 or visit srhealth.org/about-us/resilience-collaborative
 
Wellness and Advocacy Center Peer-to-Peer Mental Health Support: Call (707) 565-7800 or visit wellnessandadvocacy.org
 
Marin Health and Human Services, Behavioral Health and Recovery Services: Call (888) 818-1115, or visit marinhhs.org/behavioral-health-recovery-services
 

Fire Recovery Resources

General

U.S. Army Corps. of Engineers Debris Removal

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Phone: (877) 875-7681 

 

California Office of Emergency Services Fire Recovery 

 

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)   

Website: DisasterAssistance.gov

Phone: 1 (800) 621-FEMA

 

Sonoma County 

My Sonoma Strong website

Sonoma County Recovers website

County of Sonoma website

City of Santa Rosa Website

Santa Rosa Fire
Info Line (707) 543-4511
For TDD, call (707) 543-4536; or you may use the 711 Relay Service

Santa Rosa City Bus Schedule
 

Marin County 

County of Marin website

 
 
 
Butte County
 
Text BUTTEFIRE to 91999 to contribute 
 
 
School Operations

Sonoma County Office of Education (SCOE)

Napa County Office of Education (NapaCOE)

Mendocino County Office of Education (MCOE)

Butte County Office of Education (BCOE)

Other

Wildfire Assistance - Office of Senator Dianne Feinstein

Sacramento-based nonprofit RedRover Resource Page

 

American Red Cross

Butte County/Gold Country Chapter

Northern California/Coastal Chapter

Text CAWILDFIRESat 90999 to make an automatic contribution of $10

 

NorCal News

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    February 26, 2021

    County Postpones Vaccine Appointments Due to Scarcity

    Next week, Sonoma County is suspending all first dose vaccine appointments due to supply shortage. But the county will keep second dose appointments for both the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines. Sonoma County has been allocated 7,680 doses for next week, five percent fewer than this week. This…
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    February 24, 2021

    The County is Nervous about Blue Shield's Vaccine Takeover

    On March 7, Blue Shield of California will start administering Sonoma County’s vaccine rollout. The nonprofit insurer will take over the data collection and decide how many doses each provider receives. They’ll also streamline the sign-up process, making most appointments available through…
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    February 19, 2021

    County Shifts Vaccine Priority to 65 and Up and Food Workers

    On Monday, residents 65 and older, along with food manufacturing, grocery store and restaurant workers will be eligible for a vaccine at one of the county-supported clinics. Prioritization will be given to those with server illnesses, such as cancer or kidney disease. The decision to expand…
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    February 17, 2021

    The County Still Faces a Vaccine Shortage

    Two months into Sonoma County’s vaccine rollout, 19% of the adult population has received at least one dose. The county is keeping up with other Bay Area counties in vaccinating residents and has opened up dozens of clinics, but the biggest problem has been the same since day one: the county isn’t…
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    February 10, 2021

    The County Reaches for More Vaccine Data

    Officials say Sonoma is administering vaccine doses at a faster rate than similarly sized counties. On February 10, officials announced the county has vaccinated nearly 50 percent of its residents who are 75 and older. But because of holes in statewide and local data collection, knowing exactly…
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    February 09, 2021

    The County Compromises on Eviction Limitations

    On February 9, Sonoma’s Board of Supervisors voted to place more limitations on evictions during COVID-19. The amendment limits evictions to extreme circumstances, like when landlords can prove their tenants pose an imminent threat or danger, or when they’re taking the property off the rental…
  • Feb 06, 2021

    Sonoma County Extends Stay-At-Home Order

    State public health officials have extended a Stay-Home Order for the 11-county Bay Area region, including Sonoma County. The move comes as COVID-19…
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    Feb 03, 2021

    The County Promises an Equitable Vaccine Rollout

    Earlier this week Sonoma County reaffirmed its commitment to vaccinate the oldest seniors first, those 75 and older. Younger seniors were told to be…
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    Feb 03, 2021

    What We Need to Know: COVID in Sonoma County

    What are the current county restrictions? Sonoma County is currently in the most restrictive purple tier of the California’s Blueprint for a Safer…
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    Jan 31, 2021

    Santa Rosa Nurses Demand Safe Staffing

    UPDATE: Earlier this week California’s Department of Public Health halted the staffing waivers. The State says they will not accept any new…
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    Jan 27, 2021

    Sonoma County Opens its First Clinic for Oldest Seniors

    Sonoma County is following the state’s guidance to prioritize seniors ages 75 and up in its vaccine rollout. While there’s progress and hope in the…
  • Student doing homeowork.
    Jan 21, 2021

    County Strategizes Reopening Schools

    Covid-19 is rampant in Sonoma County and spreading faster than ever, which means kids are still stuck at home. While vaccines are being rolled out,…
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    Jan 13, 2021

    PBS Employee Makes Controversial Statements on Hidden Camera

    Julian Wyllie of CURRENT news reports in a story entitled "PBS Distances Itself from Former Staff Attorney Ensnared in Project Veritas Sting," that…
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    Dec 06, 2020

    Understanding the New Regional Stay-At-Home Orders

    Regional Stay Home Orders will go into effect within 24 hours in regions with less than 15% ICU availability, and prohibits private gatherings of any…
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    Nov 20, 2020

    Radio Special: Democracy In Santa Rosa's First District

    In 2020, for the first time, residents of Southwest Santa Rosa voted for a city council member to represent their community. The election gave more…
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    Nov 11, 2020

    Rohnert Park Welcomes Three New Council Members

    Rohnert Park has three new city council members. The wins also mean there will be more diversity on what was formerly an all-white council. One of…

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