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Napa Valley COAD Resource Directory (EXERCISE)
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ORGANIZATION/GOV. DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATION'S DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESSERVICES THE ORGANIZATION
CAN PROVIDE
FOR THIS EVENT:
CAPACITY TO PROVIDE RESOURCES DURING THIS EVENT/CONCURRENT EVENTSPRIMARY FUNCTION DURING DISASTERREPRESENTATIVE NAMEREPRESENTATIVE TITLEREPRESENTATIVE PHONEREPRESENTATIVE EMAILORGANIZATION WEBSITE
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Abode Services
Housing and Homelessness Housing and homelessness Sr. Program Manager707-346-5874employer@abodeservices.orghttp://www.abodeservices.org
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Adventist Health St HelenaHealthcareEmergency Command Center
Linda R WilliamsCommunications Manager415-533-6883Willialr@ah.org
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Aldea Children & Family ServicesSocial Services and Behavioral Health Services for children, adults with developmental disabilities, and familiesProvide crisis counseling Diana GriffinDirector of Compliance and IT707-363-2625dgriffin@aldeainc.orgwww.aldeainc.org
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American Canyon Family Resource CenterFamily Support ServicesReferrals to agencies and resources, support servicesSherry TennysonDirector707-363-0058sherry@americancanyonfrc.orghttp://americancanyonfrc.org
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Angwin DART (Disaster Airlift Response Team)
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Angwin Village & Calistoga SDA Church District
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Arts Council Napa Valley
Connect, advocate and lead the arts
community county-wide. Work to
benefit the entire community with a
more sustainable, accessible and
quality local arts scene.
Serve needs of the arts community,
then the general community.
Bethany Crown
Crysta Tim
Programs Manager305-984-0570bethany@artscouncilnv.org
crysta@artscouncilnv.org
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Bay Area Legal Aid
Legal ServicesContinue to provide legal servicesKristi LesnewichManaging Attorney707-259-0579klesnewich@baylegal.orghttps://baylegal.org
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Boys & Girls Clubs of Napa Valley
Children and youth Serve children and youthJaime GallegosArea Director707-338-9612jaime@thepositiveplace.orghttp://www.thepositiveplace.org
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California Human DevelopmentFarmworker Services & Workforce DevelopmentEmergency assistance with temp housing/rental assistance/food.Temporary jobs program when grant received by state to assist with disasters.Norma GarciaSpecial Programs Manager707-253-4648 norma.garcia@cahumandevelopment.orghttps://californiahumandevelopment.org
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California Office of Emergency Services (OES)
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Calistoga Affordable Housing (CAH)Advocates for and develops housing that is affordable for our communityContact organization for Calistoga communityLarry KromannPresident of CAH707 299-7073lgkromann@msn.comhttp://calistogaaffordablehousing.org
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Calistoga RotaryService OrganizationCommunication and supportScott CooperRotary Club President707-889-0901scott@calgreenlending.comhttp://calistogarotary.org
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Catholic Charities of the Dioces of San FranciscoSocial Services to the most vulnerableResponse and recovery,disaster preparedness for sheltersKaren ShimizuSenior Director7075288712 x144kshimizu@srcharities.org"facebook, instagram, youtube"
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Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit LeadershipNon-profits & VolunteerismDeploys Spontaneous Unaffiliated Volunteers and manages monetary & physical donationsJim TomlinsonCVNL Napa, Manager707.252.6222jtomlinson@cvnl.orghttps://cvnl.org/
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Childstart, Inc.
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Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Days Saints - Napa Stake
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Citizenship Legal Services
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City of American Canyon
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City of Calistoga
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City of Napa
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City of Saint Helena
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Collabria CareHospice, Palliative Care, Adult Day health Care, Designated Alzheimer’s Resource Center,Designated Information & Assistance Provider for older adults Napa County, Caregiver Support, bereavement, UpValley Village programProvide care for over 300 patients, provide resources and consultations to family caregivers, Information & Assistance to Older Adults, have some buses for transportation, could be a shelter site if neededCeline Regalia

Mercedes Ontiveros
Director of Operations

Human Resources Manager
707-258-9080

707-815-7797
cregalia@collabriacare.org

montiveros@collabriacare.org
https://collabriacare.org
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Community Action of Napa Valley
Food Bank, Senior Nutrition, Tobacco Education, Early Child DevelopmentNon -prepared food resources through the Food Bank ProgramShirley KingFood Bank Director707-363-1471sking@can-v.orgwww.canv.org
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Community Health Initiative Napa CountyImprove access to health care services through health insurance enrollment, education, advocacy and resource support. Health insurance, translatingElba Gonzalez-MaresExecutive Director707-299-8105elbagonzalez@napachi.org
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Community Resources for ChildrenAdvocates, facilitates, and promotes the development of quality early learning environments and experiences for children at home, in child care, in preschool, and throughout the community. Share bilingual information and perform well checks to child care providers. Provide a safe and engaging place for families with young children - Toy Library and Early Learning Center will be open 9-5 for families with children ages 0-5, older siblings welcome.Make childcare resources available, disseminate informationEva SimonssonDirector of Communications, Outreach and Public Relations707-253-0376 ext 140esimonsson@crcnapa.orgwww.crcnapa.org
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Congregation Beth Shalom
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Cope Family CenterFamily Resource Center - Emergency Aid, Crisis Intervention, Parent Education, Case ManagementEmergency Financial Assistance, Crisis Intervention, Resource and Referral Michele GrupeExecutive Director707-252-1123 ext. 117mgrupe@copefamilycenter.orghttps://www.copefamilycenter.org
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CrossWalk ChurchCommunity-based ChurchShelter, sanctuary, food bank and mealsPete ShawSenior PastorPete@CrosswalkNapa.org
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di Rosa Center for Contemporary Arts
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Disability Services & Legal Center
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Disaster Responder Assets Network, Inc.Disaster preparedness for civilians, resources and assistance to emergency responders pre, during, and post disaster.Resources and assistance to emergency responders affected by disasterNathan SchlitzExecutive Director707-200-3765Nathan@dranetwork.orghttp://www.dranetwork.org/
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Estate at Yountvillehotel and hospitalitysafe evacuation and communication
to guests and staff
David MartinHuman Resource Manager707-812-8160dmartin@theestateyountville.com
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Fair housing Napa Valley
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Feeding It Forward
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Grace Episcopal Church - St HelenaChurchsanctuary, evacuation and cooling
center
Grant ShowleyJunior Church Warden707-480-8849grant@sthms.org
ggshowley@aol.com
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Greater Napa Valley FHC
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Halter Project
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Holy Assumption MonasteryWomen's monastery/miscellaneous help to those whom God brings to usCounseling and if necessary providing shelterMother MelaniaAbbess707-942-6244 mother.melania@gmail.comhttps://holyassumptionmonastery.com
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Jameson HumaneAnimal RescueShelter all domestic animalsMonics StevensCoFounder, CEO707.815.8153monica@jamesonrescueranch.org http://www.jamesonanimalrescueranch.org
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MentisMental health services to people of all ages, stages, and income levels throughout Napa County. Offer mental health counseling/therapy, case management and residential programs in English and Spanish.Provides mental health services to Napa County residents that will assist them in feeling safe and supported during difficult circumstancesSandra Oliva
Liz Marks
Operations Manager
Development Director
707-255-0966 ext. 157
707-255-0966 x153
soliva@mentisnapa.org
lmarks@mentisnapa.org
https://mentisnapa.org
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Molly's AngelsSenior support servicesto ensure safety of clientsJulia OrrExecutive Director818-471-7573Julia@mollysangels.com
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MomSquad Napa Valley Offers mental health/peer support to expectant women and their partners from conception through the first two years after bringing baby home to attenuate the impact of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Peer support group via Zoom every Friday 10am-12pm. Wellness tools via Instagram/Facebook @napamomsquad. Postpartum Support International Coordinator for Napa County- PSI Helpline: 1-800-944-4773, #1 En Espanol or #2 English OR TEXT:
English: 503-894-9453, Español: 971-420-0294
Peer support and resource linkage for expecting and new moms related to maternal mental health.Jennifer Hampton, LCSWCo-founder707-690-0745; 707-492-5794 napamomsquad@gmail.comwww.napamomsquad.org
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Moxie
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Moving Forward Towards Independence
Provide Independent Living SkillsEnsure our clients safetySirena DomecusDirector707-260-5832SirenaD@moving-forward.orghttp://www.moving-forward.org
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Napa Cart
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Napa Communities Firewise FoundationFire safety awareness, education and
mitigation. Supports neighborhood
Firewise Councils.
Communication supportPaula Brooks
Christopher Thompson
Vice President
President
707-337-5743Cthompson@napafirewise.org
Paula@cookbrooks.com
https://napafirewise.org/
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Napa Community SDA Church
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Napa County Emergency Services
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Napa County Health and Human Services
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Napa County Local Food Advisory CouncilAdvises the Agricultural Commissioner and Board of Supervisors on issues related to developing and promoting a sustainable local food system in Napa County. To be determinedDavid LaylandCouncil Chair707-227-2254dnlayland@comcast.nethttps://www.countyofnapa.org/1344/Napa-Local-Food-Advisory-Council
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Napa County Office of Education (NCOE)
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Napa County Public Information Officer
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Napa County Resource Conservation DistrictNatural resource conservation
technical and finanical assistance.
(e.g. erosion control and vegetation
management
Land safety issues before and after a
fire or other disaster
Lucas PatzekDistrict Manager707-690-3119Lucas@napacrd.org
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Napa County Sheriff's Office
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Napa Humane
Animal WelfareAnimal ServicesWendi PisciaExecutive Director707-255-8118 x 201wpiscia@napahumane.orghttps://napahumane.org
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Napa Methodist Church
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Napa State Hospital
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Napa Valley College
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Napa Valley CanDo
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Napa Valley CERT
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Napa Valley Community FoundationFunder and ConvenerFunder and ConvenerRejane Brito
Julia DeNatale
Director of Philanthropic Services
VP of Philanthropic Services
707-254-9565 ext 22
707-254-9565 ext 16
rejane@napavalleycf.org
julia@napavalleycf.org
https://www.napavalleycf.org
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Napa Valley Transportation AuthorityVine Transit OperatorEvacuation TransportationChristina L. Lee
Matt Wilcox
Communications Officer
Transit Manager
707-253-4599
707-259-8635
clee@nvta.ca.gov
mwilcox@nvta.ca.gov
www.nvta.ca.gov
www.vinetransit.com
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Napa Valley VintnersTrade organization for Napa Valley wineriesPossible financial resources, information disseminationMichelle NoviAssociate Director of Industry Issues707-968-4206mnovi@napavintners.comhttps://napavintners.com
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Napa Wildlife RescueWildlife Rescue, Rehabilitation and ReleaseWildlife Rescue, Rehabilitation and ReleaseJohn ComiskyPresident908-295-4474qualjohn@hotmail.comwww.napawildliferescue.org
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New Life TabernacleChurchStaging - evacuation space - volunteer helpTimothy BledsoePastor530-370-2134timothybledsoe@gmail.comwww.newlifenapa.com
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NEWSDomestic Violence & Sexual Abuse Advocacy ServicesProvide crisis counseling and emergency financial distributionShea HunterNEWS Program Director707-252-3687sheah@napanews.orghttps://www.napanews.org
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Nimbus Arts
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North Bay Regional Center
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Ole Health Health and dental care,
non emergency, pharmacy
Provide health care support and public
information
Jennifer ChurchillCommunications Directorjchurchill@olehealth.org
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On The MovePartners with communities and mobilizes emerging leaders to take action in pursuit of social equity. Initiatives include: LGBTQ Connection, VOICES Youth Center, Innovations Community Center, THRIVE Enterprises, Neighborhood Initiative, Napa Fire Recovery Center, and On The Verge. Napa Fire Recovery Center: This temporary program offers bilingual/bicultural long-term disaster case management and operates a co-located resource center for families impacted by the 2017 Wildfire ComplexAlissa AbdoExecutive Director707-251-9432alissa@onthemovebayarea.orghttps://www.onthemovebayarea.org
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Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E)
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ParentsCANProvide information, resources and support to families of children with special needsProvide bilingual information and well check/contacts to families of children with special needs and individuals with special needs. Emergnecy financial assistanceProvide information regarding basic services and assist with distribution of essential items to those affected by the disaster. ,"Engaging volunteers prior to the disaster, to engage during a disasterMarlena GarciaExecutive Director7072537444Marlenag@parentscan.orghttps://parentscan.org
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Progress Foundation
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Puertas Abiertas CRCFamily Resource CenterThe Mission of Puertas Abiertas Community Resource Center is to work hand in hand with Latinos to inspire and achieve healthy living, self-sufficiency and opportunities for leadership and community engagement. We proactively solve problems and support our community’s right to essential services. Expanding literacy levels, creating and supporting self – sufficiency, increasing well being and productivity for Latinos means a happier, healthier, more economically vibrant community for everyone! We are recognized in the Napa community as the gateway for access to health and social services, a culturally appropriate service provider to Latino families, and a collaborator with a wide variety of community partners. • SELF-SUFFICIENCY AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS: life skills, educational programs and advocacy services to support personal growth and family stability. The courses offered vary throughout the year and cover subjects such as literacy in English and in Spanish, financial economic success, technology, cultural awareness, and English language development – the cornerstone of the Self-Sufficiency component. · English as a Second Language (ESL) · Plaza Comunitaria (Spanish literacy) Program · College Readiness Program: Focusing on such issues as computer literacy for parents, graduation requirements, community, state, and private colleges, transferring, financial aid, scholarships, loans and grants, and cultural awareness issues. · Basic computer Class: An interactive, slow-paced and culturally sensitive workshop for Latino adults covering basic computer skills, · Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program: Free tax assistance. · Assistance With Unemployment Applications, Medical, Cal Fresh, And Other Assistance Program Applications · Immigration Application Assistance • CIVIC ENGAGEMENT PROGRAMS: Programs and workshops to encourage Napa County residents to become active citizens in our community, encouraging civic life and voting participation. · Citizenship Legal Services: In conjunction with the International Institute of the Bay Area, Legal Services of Napa Valleywe provide informational workshops for Legal Permanent Residents who are on the path towards U.S. Citizenship. • HEALTH AND WELLNESS PROGRAMS: provides direct support as well as guided referrals and access to healthcare and social service providers · A Women’s Support Group: Offers clients the opportunity to discuss and learn more about self-esteem, anger and stress management, suicide prevention, child rearing difficulties, and much more. · Mental Health Assistance: In collaboration with Mentis, Community Health Clinic Ole and Napa County Health and Human Services PA provides an initial assessment, and referral if needed, for clients suffering from depression, anxiety, and addiction. · Senior Support Group: A grassroots group of Latina/o seniors comes together with the assistance of a dynamic volunteer who leads them through games, stories, and food.Provide immediate and/or longterm fundamental services/resources to aid in stabilization (mental health, financial, legal/immigration, etc.)Blanca Huijon Executive Director707-287-7678josefina@puertasabiertasnapa.orghttp://www.puertasabiertasnapa.org
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Red CrossPreparedness, Mass Care/Sheltering, Feeding, Distribution of emergency supplies, RecoveryPreparedness, Mass Care/Sheltering, Feeding, Distribution of emergency supplies, RecoveryJames CooperDisaster Program Manager707-230-3897james.cooper@redcross.orghttp://www.redcross.org/local/California/northern-california-coastal/chapters
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Rianda House
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Salvation Army
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ServPro Napa County
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SF Card
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Share the Care
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Society of St. Vincent De Paul, St. John the Baptist conference, NapaDenis BellettoPresident707-738-1709denisbelletto@yahoo.com
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Solano-Napa Habitat for HumanityBrings people together to build decent, affordable homes and to make critical repairs to existing homes in our communitiesTemporary home repairs... primary focus is on long-term recovery efforts, particularly repair and construction of disaster damaged homesCraig PatersonSNHFH Treasurer707-486-2679craig_paterson@yahoo.comhttps://www.solanonapahabitat.org
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Soroptimist International of St. Helena
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St. Helena Hospital FoundationSupport Adventist Health St. Helena in its vision to transform the health of our communities.Support health care efforts of Adventist Health St. HelenaMarci AtkisonDirector of Philanthropy707-227-4869atkisoma@ah.orghttps://foundation.sthelenahospitals.org
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St. Helena Police Department
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St. Helena Unified School District
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St. John's Lutheran Church and SchoolTo make disciples and serve the community in the name of JesusServe community as needed. Possibilities: coordinate volunteers, provide some shelter",We have a trained CERT team. Training - How to be a shelterPastor Mark G. HeineDirector of Care Ministries(707) 738-7976pastormark@stjohnslutheran.netwww.stjohnslutheran.net
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St. Josephs Health
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St. Mary's Episcopal
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Team Rubicon"Disaster mitigation, (Muck-out, tree sawyer, debris removal)"Team Rubicon used Incident Command System (ICS) and it would be helpful of all responding agencies also uses ICS (See FEMA for free training)John SagutoNorCal Planning & District coordinator707-332-6434john.saguto@teamrubiconusa.orghttps://teamrubiconusa.org
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The Table at First Presbyterian Church Napa
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Town of Yountville
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Transformation by Fire
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United PolicyholdersInsurance claims assistance for disaster survivorsProviding insurance claim guidances to survivors, tabling at LAC/DRC, free community workshops and clinicsEmily RoganProgram Coordinator 415-313-9990emily@uphelp.orghttps://www.uphelp.org
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United Way Bay Area - 2-1-1 Bay Area2-1-1 is a free, easy-to-remember phone number that connects callers with health and human services in their community. 2-1-1 is availabe 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and in over 150 languages. All calls are confidential.2-1-1 provides critical public information, such as evacuations, shelter locations, utility outages, road closures, local assistance centers, public health warnings, and moreKelly Batson
Jay Hernandez
Sr. VP. Community Impact
Program Manager
415-808-4315
408-345-4316
kbatson@uwba.org
jhernandez@uwba.org
www.211bayarea.org
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UpValley Family Centers of Napa CountyFamily Resource Centers in Calistoga and St. Helena; social services/connection to resources for individuals, families, seniorsProviding information in English/Spanish at our offices in Calistoga and St. Helena; emergency financial assistanceProviding information in English/Spanish, connection to resources, direct emergency financial assistanceJenny OconExecutive Director707-965-5010 x 200jocon@upvalleyfamilycenters.orghttp://upvalleyfamilycenters.org