LOCAL ASSISTANCE CENTER FOR ERSKINE FIRE SURVIVORS PLANNED


State, local agencies and nonprofits to participate


June 30, 2016 – A Local Assistance Center for those affected by the Erskine Fire is scheduled as follows:

Woodrow W. Wallace Middle School
3240 Erskine Creek Road, Lake Isabella
Beginning Friday, July 1, 2016, Until Further Notice
12 noon to 6:00 p.m. July 1st
9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. M-F ● 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Sat-Sun ● Closed Monday, July 4th


The Local Assistance Center (LAC) serves as a one-stop shop for information services on disaster relief, how to replace records lost in the Fire, and apply for assistance. The LAC provides a single place for those affected by the Fire to receive information on how to start on the road to recovery. The following state and local agencies are scheduled to participate:

 

STATE


Office of Emergency Services
Contractors State License Board
Department of Motor Vehicles
Department of Insurance
Employment Development Department

COUNTY OF KERN


Aging & Adult Services
Assessor-Recorder
Building Inspection Division
Elections
Mental Health System of Care
Planning & Natural Resources
Public Health Services

 

NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS


Kern Chapter, American Red Cross
Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation
California Southern Baptist Convention
Four Square Disaster Relief
HOPE Animal Assisted Crisis Response
Kern County Sheriff’s Department Volunteers
Mennonite Disaster Services
United Policyholders

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON

 

KERN COUNTY FIRE FIGHTERS – IAFF LOCAL 1301




The Local Assistance Center is sponsored by the Kern County Office of Emergency Services, in cooperation with the California Office of Emergency Services.

The following agencies continue to serve Erskine Fire survivors in the community:


Children’s Disaster Services
Victim Relief Ministries
Kern County Animal Services
Kern County Department of Human Services
Kern County Environmental Health Services
Kern County Public Works Department

Please call the Erskine Fire Call Center at 1-661-873-2660 to have access and functional needs at the LAC site fulfilled.

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