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Local Resources

Santa Cruz County Fire Recovery Resources

The Santa Cruz County virtual resource center can be found here.

Environmental Health Resources for cleanup etc. can be found here.

Valley Churches United Mission 

It is a grassroots organization serving the needs of low-income residents in the San Lorenzo Valley and Scotts Valley

https://vcum.org/ 

The Santa Cruz Animal Shelter 

https://www.scanimalshelter.org/

https://www.facebook.com/scanimalshelter

 

Second Harvest Food Bank

https://www.thefoodbank.org

https://www.facebook.com/SecondHarvestSantaCruz

 

State Resources

Calfresh Recipents

If you are a current CalFresh recipient affected by the disaster and you meet the household eligibility requirements listed below, please contact your local County Welfare Department for additional information on how to request supplemental disaster benefits.

If you are a new applicant affected by the disaster, meet the household eligibility requirements listed below, and you would like to apply for D-CalFresh, you can apply in person at your local County Welfare Department or other designated D-CalFresh application site. 

Replacement of food purchased with SNAP benefits

Waiver to purchase hot foods

 

Federal Resources

Comprehensive list of FEMA resources

https://www.disasterassistance.gov/help/contact-us

Legal Resources

Disaster and Legal Services

Free disaster legal assistance is available to help navigate landlord-tenant, employment, FEMA benefits, insurance, repair and construction scams and loan repayment issues and more. Visit https://disasterlegalservicesca.org/czu/ or call 888-382-3406.

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