California Fire Resources and EAP Support (Camp, Woolsey and Hill Fires)

November 9, 2018      |      Posted on Posted in Total Well-Being
California Fire Resources and EAP Support (Camp, Woolsey and Hill Fires)

ACI Specialty Benefits would like to remind clients, employees and family members that ACI’s Employee Assistance Program services are available to assist those impacted by the Camp Fire in Butte County, California, and the Woolsey Fire and Hill Fire in Ventura County, California.

General Fire Resources

Red Cross Disaster Relief Hotline
(310)-455-9900

Cal Fire
(530)-225-2510

American Red Cross in the Northern California Coastal Region – Bay Area, Monterey, Sonoma County

American Red Cross of Central California – Mariposa, Madera, Merced, Fresno, Tulare, Kings, San Luis Obispo, Kern, Santa Barbara, and Ventura

American Red Cross in the Los Angeles Region – Los Angeles, lnyo and Mono Counties as well as the desert portion of Kern County

Resources for Evacuation, Shelters, and Volunteer Opportunities

FEMA Evacuee Hotel List

Statewide Wildfire Recovery Resources

Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance: California

Emergency Preparedness for Pet Owners

For help moving large animals:
http://useventing.com/
(703)-779-0440

Financial Assistance After a Disaster

Road Closures

Camp Fire, Butte County

Camp Fire Incident Information and Map

Camp Fire Traffic and Transit Map

Butte County Evacuation Orders

Mark yourself as safe from the Camp Fire on Facebook

Woolsey Fire and Hill Fire, Ventura County

Woolsey Fire Incident Information and Map

Hill Fire Incident Information and Map

Ventura County Fire Department

Woolsey Fire and Hill Fire Evacuation and Closure Information

Mark yourself as safe from the Woolsey Fire on Facebook

Sign up for Ventura County Alerts

ACI’s EAP Support and Referral Services

ACI’s clinical team is on-hand to provide immediate emotional support, and work-life specialists are ready to provide referrals to any emergency resources, housing, or other specific needs.

  • Emotional support for dealing with traumatic events
  • Emergency referrals for basic needs including shelter, food and clothing
  • Emergency pet care and boarding
  • Community-based resources
  • Locating loved ones
  • Charitable giving opportunities

To help management in times of crisis, ACI also provides unlimited consultation services and critical incident response for any clients impacted by the fires. Contact ACI Specialty Benefits at Call 800.932.0034 or eapinfo@acispecialtybenefits.com for additional information and support.

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