UPDATED: Local Assistance Centers are Available for Wildfire Victims

Several Local Assistance Centers (LAC) or Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) remain open to serve the communities and individuals that were impacted by the devastating wildfires.

The LAC or DRC provides a single facility at which individuals, families and businesses can access available disaster assistance programs and services. The following is a list of locations for LACs or DRCs. Services will vary by location. Local, county, state and federal representation will vary by location as well.

Representation may include, but is not limited to: Governor’s Office of Emergency Services, Federal Emergency Management Agency, California Department of Tax and Fee Administration, Contractors State License Board, Department of Motor Vehicles, Department of Insurance, Employment Development Department, Franchise Tax Board, Veterans Affairs, California Department of Social Services – State Supplemental Grant Program, Housing and Community Development upon need in each individual county.

Other services and in-person representation by agencies may be available, please check ahead of time with your Local Assistance Center or Disaster Recovery Center.

Individuals who are interested in finding out more information about eligibility other assistance programs should call or register at 800-621-FEMA (3362), TTY 800-462-7585 or visit DisasterAssistance.gov.

Lake County
Clearlake Community Center
3245 Bowers Ave, Clearlake

Hours: 10a-7p Daily

Mendocino County
1375 N. State Street

Hours: 10a-7p Daily

Napa County
2751 Napa Valley Corporate Drive
Building A, Napa

Hours: 10a-7p Monday – Friday

10a-5p Saturday

Closed Sundays

Sonoma County
Press Democrat Building
427 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa

Hours: 9a-7p Daily

​Disaster Recovery Center
Hanna Boys Center
17000 Arnold Drive, Sonoma

Hours: 9a-7p Daily

Disaster Recovery Center
Yuba County Govt. Center
915 8th Street, Marysville

Hours: 9a-7p Daily

Robb Mayberry

Robb Mayberry is a Public Information Officer for the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services. He has assisted in the response and recovery efforts with some of California’s worst disasters, including the San Refugio Oil Spill, the Valley and Butte Wildfires, Aliso Canyon Gas Leak, Erskine Fire, and the Winters Storms of 2017. Prior to public service, he spent 25 years managing the public and media relations for some of Northern California’s largest healthcare organizations.

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