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Recovery Resources

DISASTER AND HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE

American Red Cross  (707) 263-8451
Referrals to disaster recovery case managers and disaster recovery resources.
Preparation resources including family disaster plans, radio stations in area and tips to build a disaster survival kit.
California Department of Motor Vehicles  (800) 777-0133
Replacing duplicate driver license/ID cards; duplicate registration cards/titles
California Employment Development Department
(800) 300-5616 (unemployment insurance benefit claims)
(888) 745-2886 (assistance for employers)
Employment services for job seekers and employers.  
Unemployment benefits for qualified workers who lose their job due to no fault of their own, such as disaster.
Employers affected by a state of emergency may request a 60-day extension to file state payroll taxes without penalties or interest.
California Franchise Tax Board  (800) 852-5711
Information on filing disaster and casualty losses on a tax return.
California Indian Legal Services  (800) 829-0284 or (916) 978-0960
Free or low cost legal services to qualified California tribes, tribal organizations and Native American individuals.
California Office of Emergency Services   (916) 845-8144
Information on disaster preparedness and recovery.
California Tribal TANF Partnership (CTTPC)  (707) 262-4400 or (866) 720-TANF (8263)
Temporary cash assistance for families with at least one Native American child, based on eligibility criteria.
Catholic Charities   (707) 528-8712
Immigration assistance.
Food, shelter, housing and supportive services.
Contractors State License Board  (800) 321-2752
Information on how to check the license of contractors and guidance on rebuilding after a natural disaster
Department of Insurance (800) 927-4357
Answer questions about existing insurance policies and coverage provided.
Provide information regarding the Fair Plan
Lake County Animal Care and Control (707) 263-0278
Evacuated residents that needs assistance with pets.
Lake County Assessor-Recorder  (707) 263-2302
Real property tax relief and valuation
Replacement or referral for replacement of lost vital records.
Lake County Community Development  (707) 263-2221
Building and Safety
Engineering and Inspection
Code Enforcement
Planning
Lake County Housing Programs  (707) 995-7120
Information on local landlords, property management companies and subsidized housing
Housing Discrimination information Lake County
Public Health  (707) 263-1090

Lake County Public Services   (707) 262-1618
Information about landfills and debris.
Lake County Social Services   (707) 995-4200
Medical and food assistance for qualified individuals, and temporary cash assistance for families with a needy child based on eligibility criteria.
General relief and homeless assistance
Online Benefit Application- www.c4yourself.com
Lake County Special Districts   (707) 263-0119
Information on water and sewer
Lake County Veteran’s Services  (707) 263-2384
Support for veterans
Lake Family Resource Center  (707) 279-0563 or (888) 775-8336
Collecting non-perishable items to be picked up at 5350 Main Street, Kelseyville  
Legal Services of Northern California    (707) 462-1471
Legal support for families.
Salvation Army  (707) 995-1128
Food, clothing, household items.
Lodging services based on eligibility criteria. .
Social Security Administration  (800) 772-1213
Information on applying for Social Security benefits, survivor benefits, expediting delivery of checks due to disaster and replacement of lost social security cards.
Tzu Chi Foundation (415) 682-0566
Emergency disaster relief services and supplies. 
United Policy Holders   (800) 286-5631
Insurance claim help from a non-profit organization  
Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Supplemental Nutrition Program  (707) 994-1151
Assistance to moderate income pregnant women, new mothers, babies and young children with vouchers for healthy and nutritious food.
Workforce Lake
Employment services as EDD’s America’s Job Center of California
Veterans Services Office at Lakeport location.
Dislocated workers
Clearlake Office (707) 994-9004
Lakeport Office (707) 263-0630

Mental Health Assistance

American Red Cross
24/7 Disaster Distress Helpline: (800) 985-5990 or text “TalkWithUs” to 66746
Lake County Behavioral Health     (800) 900-2075 (Crisis Line)
•    Lucerne Office (707) 274-9101
•    Southlake Office (707) 994-7090
•    Circle of Native Minds Wellness Center (Lakeport)  (707) 263-4880
•    The Bridge Peer Support Center (Clearlake)  (707) 995-2973
•    The Harbor on Main (Lower Lake) (707) 994-5486 (Ages 16-24)
•    La Voz de la Esperanza Centro Latino (Clearlake) (707) 994-4261

Lake Family Resource Center   Community Crisis Line : (888) 485-7733

North Bay Suicide Prevention Hotline of Lake County (855) 587-6373