Lake County Social Services and community volunteers are hosting a Mini Local Assistance Center (LAC) for Clayton Fire survivors today and Sunday starting at 10 am, at Adult Services, 16170 C Main Street in Lower Lake. During this time, survivors will be asked to complete a brief survey to help partner agencies assess needs and provide services. Referrals for help will also be made to American Red Cross, Salvation Army and North Coast Opportunities.
The LAC will be in full swing, just across the street at the old Lower Lake Bank Building, 16195 Main Street, Lower Lake, starting Monday and operating from 10 am to 7 pm. The LAC will run through Friday, August 26 and may be extended depending on need. The full LAC will offer many additional agencies and services including 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 and Government Claims and more.
All Clayton Fire survivors are encouraged to attend and register, enabling service providers to communicate with you as additional services and resources become available.
Source: Carol Huchingson, County Administrative Officer
Official information blog for the Lake County Office of Emergency Services