We know that the challenges of recovery are not limited to the initial days and weeks following a disaster.
You can find a full list of all available resources and programs for wildfire impacted residents (free and low-cost legal clinics, rebuilding seminars, insurance negotiation questions, rental assistance etc.) at: http://www.211ventura.org/disaster-resources/
List of local free and low cost Emotional recovery and mental health wellness Resources for fire impacted: https://tinyurl.com/CAWildfireMentalHealth
List of local free Legal Resources for fire impacted residents: https://tinyurl.com/CAWildfireLegalResources
VenturaCountyRecovers.org: This is the official page for the County of Ventura and the cities and unincorporated areas affected by the fire. Ventura County Recovers is intended to guide residents through the recovery process, regardless of the size of their loss. Information listed here includes articles about recovery programs and information published by various agencies.
United Policyholders: a non-profit 501(c)(3) whose mission is to be a trustworthy and useful information resource and a respected voice for consumers of all types of insurance. They don't take money from insurance companies. They provide guidance on buying insurance and navigating claims. Woolsey fire claim assistance page of website: https://www.uphelp.org/blog/woolsey-fire-insurance-claim-help
Local Love Project: An initiative of Totally Local VC, activates and organizes members of our community in the aftermath of a disaster within our 805 communities to provide relief and support to those affected by disaster.
Thank you to the American Red Cross California Disaster Recovery team! We appreciate your partnership and sponsorship.