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THINGS CHANGE ALL THE TIME.  Please always check with the appropriate agency or entity for current information.  

** Items marked with ** are applicable to any fire survivor.  The other pages still can provide a lot of information to any fire survivor.

After a Fire

** First Steps After a Wildfire Part A (All Fire Survivors) »

** First Steps After a Wildfire Part B (Insured Fire Survivors) »

** A Message to Friends & Family of Fire Survivors »

** Insurance Groups »

** Neighborhood Groups »

Emotional Recovery

** 24/7 Disaster Distress Hotlines & Warmlines »

** Coping and Counseling Resources » »

Forget Me Not Farm: Animal-Assisted & Farm Therapy Activities for Children »

Free Acupuncture for Fire Survivors & First Responders »

** Post-Disaster Emotional Health Brochures (SAMHSA, etc.) »

** Personal Property Inventories Cause Additional Trauma »


** United Policyholders Answers Insurance Questions (4/2018) »

Insurance Topics »

Take the Survey: Sonoma County Fire Survivor Status & Needs Assessment 7 Months In

United Policyholders Roadmap to Recovery Survey »

** United Policyholders (Help for Insureds) »

** California Department of Insurance »

** 3/10/18 Construction & Insurance Seminar Slides »

** 4/26/18 Rebuild Strategy & Construction Seminar Slides »



2-1-1 Sonoma connects Sonoma County residents to non-emergency health and human services resources. Call us to speak with a bilingual and friendly Information & Referral Specialist any time of day or night. If you prefer, you can also search our database for the same helpful resources. Our comprehensive database will connect you to accurate and up-to-date information and services. During times of disaster, our team will respond to provide you with local updates, advisories, and recovery resources. We are here to advocate for you to find the resources you need to succeed, day and night, rain or shine.

Serves as a fire survivor message board and a nexus for communities, individuals and nonprofits to intersect.  (note that it is sonomacounty[dot]recovers[dot]org)

Their goal is to connect with people who can offer services to help the community heal and to create a place where people can come receive services with a personal touch.

Tipping Point

The Tipping Point Emergency Relief Fund supports low-income, vulnerable communities impacted by the crisis.

Community Foundation of Sonoma County

Sonoma County Resilience Fund supports the mid- to long-term needs of our community as we recover from the devastation from the fires.

** Rebuild North Bay

Committed to the long-term rebuilding of our region as a more sustainable and resilient community through advocacy, coordination, and economic & workforce development.


updated 11/8/2018: Shasta County & the City of Redding, CA Wildfire Recovery & Rebuilding website

** Rebuilding? Check Disaster Help Center »

** 4/26/18 Rebuild Strategy & Construction Seminar Slides »

Rebuilding Topics »

City of Santa Rosa Permit Center »

County of Sonoma Permit Center »

Sonoma County Recovers »

** Building Code Upgrade List » Note:  Building Codes are Statewide

Energy Efficiency here » and also here »

Sonoma County Recovers »

** California Contractors State License Board »

North Coast Builders Exchange »

Weed Abatement for Fire Safety »

Other Government

** Consumer Protection, eg, Price Gouging, Fraud Alerts, FEMA Legal Services»

** IRS Disaster Info »

Marin-Sonoma Mosquito and Vector Control »


Legal Aid of Sonoma County Disaster Services

Legal Aid of Sonoma County

Questions about insurance, building contracts, etc.
Kendall Jarvis, Disaster Relief Attorney

Fire Map »

Please suggest other resources in the comments section.

Neighbors Together ~ Strong & Resilient (NTSR) does not provide any advice or endorse any service provider or agency. 

October 2017 Northern California Firestorm: Tubbs Fire in Santa Rosa: Coffey Park; Fountaingrove (Hidden Valley Estates (HVE) is lumped with FG); Larkfield-Wikiup-Mark West-Riebli; Rincon Valley-Deer Trail-Calistoga Rd; Bennett Ridge (Nuns/Annadel Fire) . . . See more . . . »


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