Resources for those affected by the Woolsey Fire2018-11-21T16:11:58+00:00

Resources for Those Affected by the Fires

• The Jewish Federation has set up a hotline that will be manned from 8am-8pm through the weekend to help triage those in need of housing, counseling, evacuation center information, and emergency loans from Jewish Free Loan. The hotline number is: 323-761-8100

• For your own awareness, emergency notification broadcasts (http://www.nixle.com)

• Monitor Air Quality through AirNow (https://airnow.gov) which enables you to enter your city or Zip Code to assess your air quality.

• Track statewide fire(s) status through sites such as Cal Fire (http://www.fire.ca.gov/general/firemaps)

• Temporary Housing: The Airbnb Evacuee Program is now open to those looking for temporary housing. (https://www.airbnb.com/welcome/evacuees/venturacounty)

Discounts at these Hotels

• Contact for available housing options: Scott Hillman (scotth@imtcorp.com)

• Register with FEMA disaster assistance center  (https://www.disasterassistance.gov)

• What To Do If Your House Burned Down?   Click here for more information 

• Additional Suggestions from a Survivor of the Santa Rosa Fire Click here for more information

• Email relief@parachutehome.com for complimentary bedding and bath essentials.

• Relief Station at Pt. Dume Marine Science School – Open to residents for medical services or text PHIL @ 310.429.3560 for non-life threatening emergencies.

County Officials Facilitate Property Tax Relief for Homeowners Affected by Wildfires 

• Macy’s is offering a generous discount for Woolsey fire victims and evacuees if you need any clothing (30%), household items (25%) and furniture/rugs/mattresses (10%).  The discount is in place until January 26, 2019.

• Contact Bet Tzedek for free legal advice

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