Help for Children and Families After a Wildfire

Tips for Survivors of a Disaster and Other Traumatic Events: Managing Stress- From SAMHSA. Identifies common stress responses in adults and how to take care of ourselves. 4 pages. Spanish Version

Tips for Talking With and Helping Children and Youth Cope After a Natural Disaster. From SAMHSA. Outlines responses of children to traumatic events / natural disaster broken down by age group and how to talk to them about it. 4 pages. Spanish Version

Community Mental Health Referrals - This is a 2-page document includes a description of the immediate disaster relief mental health services and ongoing mental health services in the community. Spanish Version

Napa County Local Assistance Center (NapaLAC) - (707) 299-2190.

8 am - 7 pm. Accessible by VINE bus route #11. Located at Napa County Health and Human Services. 2751 Napa Valley Corporate Drive. FEMA, financial assistance, community organization access, home inspection/repair info, etc.

Napa Fire Resource & Info Sheet - From COPE. Lists of shelters, clothing resources, city/county govt websites, childcare, medical resources, food banks, animal shelters, etc. Updated 10/16/17.

Information on Health Risks of Wildfires for Children (Aftermath) - This includes physical and psychological responses that children can experience as well as tips about ash and debris clean up

National Child Traumatic Stress Network page on wildfires and how to respond (resources in both English and Spanish)

Evacuation activities for children and adolescents

Safety information for the proper and Safe Cleanup of Fire Ash for home and business owners

Specific information for individuals and families in California who are filing Residential Property Claims published by the California Department of Insurance.

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