Following is a list of resources available for survivors of the Clayton Fire.
Mini- Local Assistance Center (LAC) - Saturday and Sunday 10am-7pm
16070 C Street Lower Lake
Social Services and CalFresh, referrals to other agencies.
Local Assistance Center (LAC)- Monday - Friday August 26th, 10am – 7pm
Old Bank Building 16195 Main Street, Lower Lake
LEAP, Assessor-Recorder, Community Development, Behavioral Health, Public Health, Environmental Health, Veterans Services, Lake Family Resource Center, Workforce Lake, United Policy Holders, Social Security Administration, Contractor’s State License Board, DMV, EDD, CA Department of Insurance, State Board of Equalization, Franchise Tax Board, Ca Veteran Affairs, Victims Compensation, Government Claims and more.
Red Cross Service Center- Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 12pm-5pm and Monday 2pm-7pm,
Highlands Senior Center, Clearlake.
Catholic Charities Saturday only 10am-4pm
21137 Calistoga Road (next to Beulah’s Restaurant), Middletown
Donated clothes, shoes, water and food. Please bring identification.
Lower Lake Fire Department-
Donated clothing, pet food, water, cleaning supplies, feeding by Salvation Army
St. John’s Episcopal Church Thrift Store- Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 10am-4pm
Gas cards and donated clothing available, please bring identification.
St. Vincent DePaul Thrift Store- Mon, Wed, Sat 10am-3pm, 16125 Orchard St. Lower Lake
Cobb Mountain Recovery Center at the Little Red School House- Wed & Thurs 10am-5pm, Sun 10am-3pm. 15780 Bottlerock Road, Cobb. Clothing and food
First Baptist Church- 14550 Pearl Ave, Clearlake (707)-994-5148, Fresh food and clothing.
American Legion Clearlake- 14770 Austin Rd, (707)-994-3677. Food, clothing, shoes, bedding, pet supplies.
Lower Lake Water District- 707-489-1831
Lake County Animal Shelter- 707-263-0277
Mail Service- Clayton Fire survivors can pick up mail at Clearlake Post Office 14500 Olympic Drive.
Official information blog for the Lake County Office of Emergency Services