HOTLINE: 888-382-3406
(Free legal advice and referral for those affected by wildfires)
This hotline offers free brief legal advice on issues including landlord-tenant, employment, FEMA benefits, insurance, repair and construction scams, loan repayment, etc.
Brought to you by the Disaster Legal Assistance Collaborative:  Bay Area Legal Aid, Legal Access Alameda, SF/Marin Lawyer Referral Service, Justice and Diversity Center, California Lawyer Association, LAAC and Pro Bono Net.

Apply for FEMA Assistance Here

FEMA Deadline is October 21, 2020

Resources & Announcements

Resources

Small Business

Services to Help Businesses Recover from the Effects of the Wildfires– U.S. Small Business Administration

Disaster Assistance Information – U.S. Small Business Administration

Disaster Loan Information – U.S. Small Business Administration

Servicios para Ayudar a los Negocios a Recuperarse de los Efectos de los Incendios Fuera de Control – Administración Federal de Pequeños Negocios

Asistencia Para Desastres – Administración Federal de Pequeños Negocios

Préstamos de Desastre– Administración Federal de Pequeños Negocios

 

 

Latest Fire Updates

Blog

Recent Disasters
February 4, 2020

Link to California State Insurance Website

Website includes important information for those that suffered losses during the California Wildfires. Includes information…
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CZU Lightning Complex Information Map

Links to non-legal resources for this disaster

State of California Wildfire Resources

Disaster Center Address:

Santa Cruz County

140 Front Street

Santa Cruz, 95060

San Mateo County

620 North Street

Pescadero, 94060

FEMA Application

Helpful Phone numbers: 

Red Cross Hotline:  1 800 RED CROSS ( 1-800-733-2767)

United Way: Call 2-1-1 and speak with a live, highly trained service professional in your area from any cell phone or landline. All calls are private and confidential.

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