Please Note: All resource information has been confirmed by Butte-Glenn 2-1-1 Staff. However, resource information is subject to change based on the availability, capacity, and discretion of the resource provider. Please consider checking in with providers ahead of time to ensure availability of services.
FEMA – Survivor Privacy Incident Information- In March 2019, FEMA reported oversharing sensitive, personal information for a portion of disaster survivors within the Transitional Sheltering Assistance (TSA) program with a supporting contractor. The information in question has since been permanently removed from the contractor’s system, and no evidence has been found that the information was compromised. Survivors impacted by this incident were sent letters notifying them of the information over-share, and as a cautionary measure, FEMA is providing free credit monitoring services for a time period of 18 months to impacted survivors who request it. To view the letter, and get more information about offered credit services, please visit the following site: www.fema.gov/survivor-privacy-incident
FEMA Housing- Information Update- FOR HOUSING SITUATION CHANGE- Survivors who applied for FEMA and communicated upon their initial intake that they had secured housing with friends, family, or through a temporary situation (including RV and trailer units) may not have been considered eligible for FEMA direct housing assistance. If survivors are in need of housing, and need to update their information about their housing situation with FEMA, they can call FEMA at 1-800-621-3362 and update their current housing status and needs.
DEADLINE/APPEAL- The deadline for disaster assistance through FEMA was February 15th. Those who were denied and need to appeal/re-submit their application should note the time stamp on their denial letter detailing the time frame in which they have to review/appeal their application. See information below regarding contacting FEMA for the appeals process.
FEMA Registration Information:The FEMA registration deadline has passed, the following information is included for individuals wanting to follow up on their applications or appeal their denial. FEMA phone operators will be able to access an applicant’s file and provide assistance navigating the appeals process. Additionally, phone operators can determine whether an appeal will be necessary in the instance of an error in the application on the part of FEMA. Applicants who missed their deadline to appeal due to extenuating circumstances (such as being in the hospital), may be able to receive an extension for their appeal deadline. Camp Fire survivors that had their primary residence in Paradise, or a declared zone, who sustained losses in the designated areas were eligible to apply for assistance. For more information on FEMA, visit http://www.DisasterAssistance.gov or call 1-800-621-FEMA (3362) or 1-800-462-7585 (TTY) for the hearing and speech impaired. The toll-free telephone numbers will operate from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. (local time) seven days a week until further notice.
FEMA: Contact Information: 1-800-621-3362 or TTY: 1-800-462-7585 or online at: www.disasterassistance.gov . The FEMA Application Deadline was February 15th , 2019. View Complete FEMA guidelines here: http://bit.ly/2ICQtgp
HUD (US Department of Housing and Urban Development) – Resource Locator-Provides information and location tools for HUD resources including a national map of affordable housing opportunities through HUD, a HUD Office locator, and a housing locator for Elderly and Special Needs specific housing. To access any of these resources visit: https://resources.hud.gov/
FEMA Site Resources
Gridley Relief Group- GridleyLife Text Line- Provides information about all things Gridley, including event announcements, resource information, and community activities. Those interested in signing up for these messages can text: GridleyLife to 898-211.
Gridley Community – Counseling, Pastoral Care and Interfaith Chaplaincy – The Gridley Distribution Center is offering individual counseling or pastoral/Chaplain services. Counseling is available by scheduling an appointment ahead of time only. To schedule an appointment, individuals must visit the Gridley Distribution Center in-person and schedule an appointment with the receptionist. No drop-in counseling services are offered. For more information contact Lynne at 530-870-0563. Hours: Tuesday mornings 10am – 12pm (noon) . Location: Gridley Distribution Center: 893 Hazel Street, Gridley.
E Center – Early Head Start/Head Start Program- The eCenter is offering reserved child slots for families that have been impacted by the Camp Fire. The eCenter is accepting children ages 0-5 at Live Oak and Gridley locations. This service is free and available to all Camp Fire survivors. For more information contact 530-741-2995.
Gridley Parks and Recreation Division- Providing seasonal recreational programs, activities, and summer classes to people of all ages. Gridley Parks and Recreation Division has compiled a list of 2019 activities with descriptions and registration fees. To access the list of available activities use the following link: http://bit.ly/2WsBlWm