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Help For Parents:

A collection of materials to assist parents of children affected by the wildfire:

Simple Evacuation Activities for Children and Adolescents: Activity guide with activities for parents and children during daytime, nighttime, car trips, even if you have no supplies.

Parents Guidelines for Helping Children Impacted by Wildfires: A guide for handling common reactions after a disaster or fire.

Wildfires: Tips for Parents on Media Coverage: A guide for understanding and assisting children when they see disaster coverage in the media and news.

Information on Health Risks of Wildfire for Children: A guide on both physical and mental preparations to ensure your child is safe and recovers from wildfire, smoke, evacuation, ash, and debris. With links to additional resources.

Health and Wellness:

Help for physical and mental wellbeing after the wildfire:

Sonoma County Quick Mental Health Resource Guide: Provided by Sonoma County Holder Adult Collaborative.

Tips for Survivors of a Disaster: How to manage disaster related stress.

Smoke and Food Safety Guide (by Napa County): A guide to wildfire smoke, health effects, and food safety.

Napa Mental Health Resources: A great list of community resources

FEMA: After the Fire, Returning to Normal: A fire will change your life in many ways. Knowing where to begin and who can help you is important. The U.S. Fire Administration hopes you find this information useful in your journey to return to normal.

Debris Cleanup:

Guides for the safe cleanup of debris and ash:

Ash Cleanup Guide (by Napa County):

Handling Ash from Burned Structures (by CA Dept of Toxic Substances):

FEMA: Rebuilding After a Wildfire:

Re-Entry documents and information for Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino:

Below are the guides for cleanup from each county, as well as the right of entry forms to be completed prior to the county assisting with cleanup of your property.

OES Household Hazardous Waste and Debris Removal Fact Sheet: The CA Office of Emergency Services Fact Sheet on Household Hazardous Waste and Debris Removal is also below.

Sonoma County Debris Removal Guide:

Sonoma County Debris Removal Right-of-Entry Permit:

Napa County Ash Cleanup Guide:

Napa County Debris Removal Right of Entry Permit:

Mendocino County Debris Removal Guide:

Mendocino County Debris Removal Right of Entry Permit:

Assessment in Napa, Sonoma and Mendocino has already occurred. Collection and Removal are beginning now. The Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) is handling this for these counties. Ash removal programs will be run by the United States Army Corp of Engineers (USACE), using contractors. The main contractors are Ashbritt and Environmental Chemical Corporation (ECC):

Ashbritt: — ECC:

Tax Forms:

Property tax reassessments can give you more time to pay property taxes, as well as reassess your property to a lower value now that it is damaged.

Napa County Tax Reassessment Application for Damaged Property:

Sonoma County Tax Reassessment Application:

Mendocino County Tax Reassessment Application:

Additional Links:

Vintners and Wine Association Links:

Napa Valley Vintners Resource Page:

Sonoma Valley Wine Resource Page:

Wine Institute Resource Page:

State Board of Equalization:

CA State Board of Equalization (BOE): Offering emergency tax relief for business owners and feepayers:

County and Federal Resource Pages for Assistance and Recovery:

Napa Valley:



Insurance Resource Pages:

United Policyholders Wildfire Help Site:

DMS Forms:

If your car was destroyed by wildfire, filing a nonrepairable vehicle form with the DMV can prevent continued registration expenses:

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