Mendocino County Disaster Recovery
UPDATE 06/01/2021: We are currently offering grants of up to $5,000 to those that lost homes in the 2020 wildfires in Mendocino County. These ‘Critical Needs’ grants are designed to remove a barrier to stable, safe, long-term housing and are open to homeowners and renters. These grants may be used for rebuilding costs, rental assistance, utility connections, replacing furnishings, and more. These grants require no repayment, are provided by donated dollars in our community, and are not reported to any government entity.
To apply for a Critical Needs Grant, or determine support services available to you, please call our case managers at North Coast Opportunities (NCO) at 707-621-8817, email firstname.lastname@example.org or apply online here and select "Mendocino County Fire Relief - MROC" in the "Apply for Programs" tab.
NCO is committed to supporting the needs of fire survivors from the Mendocino County wildfires of 2017 and 2018. Since 2017 NCO has been administering assistance through our disaster case management process.
To donate to NCOs Disaster Relief Fund, please use the button to the right. All major credit cards are accepted.
You may also mail or drop-off a donation to our main office at 413 North State Street, Ukiah CA, 95482. Learn more about the Disaster Relief Fund here.
M-ROC: Mendocino Rebuilding Our Community
Mendocino-ROC (“Rebuilding Our Community”) is a collaborative long-term fire recovery committee led by the Community Foundation of Mendocino County, the County of Mendocino, and NCO, along with faith-based leaders and community partners.
The Mendocino-ROC subcommittees focus on:
- Case Management: Working directly with families and individuals who lost homes.
- Construction and Housing: Creating housing opportunities and connecting families in need.
- Material Donations: Collecting and distributing donations of household and personal items for survivors.
- Emotional and Spiritual Support: Creating emotional and spiritual support resources for survivors.
- Unmet Needs: Allocating funds for unmet needs.
- Fundraising and Finance: Raising funds and managing finances for long-term recovery.
- People Helping People: Creating a peer support network.
Learn more by visiting www.mendocino-roc.com
Disaster Case Management
As an M-ROC partner, NCO provides disaster case managers to support the needs of fire survivors. Grant applications, local resources, and one-on-one support is available.
For questions, please call an NCO Case Manager at (707) 621-8817 or email email@example.com
United Disaster Relief of Northern California
In partnership with Danilla Sands, NCO is supporting a donation center.
Fire survivors from Lake, Shasta, Mendocino or Butte county
Available items change daily and might include food, cleaning kits, clothing, diapers, wipes, masks and much more.
8465 East Road in Redwood Valley
Open Mondays 9:00am-1:00pm and Wednesdays 9:00am-12:30pm/ 4:00-5:30pm
please call for after hours or weekend appointments: (707) 489 -3970
Contact Danilla Sands at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more imformation and updated hours; please visit the United Disaster Relief of Northern California's Facebook page