2017 WILDFIRE RECOVERY SERVICES AND SUPPORT
A program of On The Move, The Napa Fire Recovery Center offers bilingual/bicultural long-term disaster case management and operates a co-located resource center, collaborating with other nonprofits to support Napa County residents in addressing disaster recovery needs created by the 2017 Napa Fire Complex.
For Calistoga residents seeking these same resources, please contact our sister program: UpValley Family Centers
The 2017 Napa Wildfire Complex destroyed homes and businesses, led to widespread evacuation and displacement, and created critical shortages of food, water, shelter, and financial resources. Beginning the day after the fires broke out, On The Move responded to the needs of the community by opening its Napa and Sonoma Community Centers, providing refuge and urgently needed resources to vulnerable community members.
A year later, OTM staff is still working to meet both the basic needs of impacted community members as well as support their emotional and mental health while the community embarks on long term recovery efforts.
WHAT WE DO
Napa Fire Recovery Center offers Disaster Case Management to help participants navigate available recovery resources, advocate on their behalf, and develop a disaster recovery plan.
Get to know the fabulous folks who make Napa Fire Recovery Center tick, including staff and leadership.
Grant Applications for Napa County Residents IMPACTED BY THE 2017 NAPA FIRE COMPLEX:
REPAIRING OR REBUILDING HOMES AND REPLACING CONTENTS - Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR HOUSEHOLDS - Red Cross 2017 California Wildfires Recovery Program
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