SACRAMENTO- A newly launched assistance program offers help for people who need resources to recover from the wildfire disasters that struck late in 2018.
The Disaster Case Management Program (DCMP) is working to connect fire survivors with resources to help them recover. Trained case managers can help disaster survivors find assistance with food, clothing, health care, employment and more.
This program is being operated by local nonprofits through a federal disaster grant, administered by the California Department of Social Services (CDSS), in partnership with the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services.
To request assistance, Camp Fire survivors should contact Northern Valley Catholic Social Services of Chico at 1-800-339-8336 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
DCMP case managers can identify resources and assist survivors to access a wide array of services and supports, including but not limited to:
- Behavioral Health Services
- Furniture and Appliances
- Child and Youth Services
- Health Insurance
- Durable Medical Equipment
- Legal Referral Services
- Senior Services
- Financial Assistance
The Camp Fire DCMP will be available through November 12, 2020
For more information about DCMP, please contact Northern Valley Catholic Social Services-Chico at 1-800-339-8336 or email email@example.com