This page has all the official contact information for all organizations and agencies for those who were affected by the Clayton Fire, Valley Fire, Rocky Fire and Jerusalem Fire in Lake County, California.
Federal & State Agencies & organizations
U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) (800) 827-5722
SBA Disaster Loan Program information
SBA Disaster Loan application
Senator Dianne Feinstein (415) 393-0707
Help with issues with any federal agencies; for example, passports, Social Security checks lost or damaged, etc.
Internal Revenue Service (800) 829-1040
For information on Casualty, Disaster, and Theft Losses and other questions regarding Federal income and payroll taxes.
Social Security Administration (SSA) (800) 772-1213
Information on applying for Social Security benefits, survivor benefits, expediting delivery of check due to disaster, and replacement of lost social security cards.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (800) 827-1000
Information about VA death benefits, pension, insurance settlements, or other information related to VA.
California Board of Equalization (BOE) (800) 400-7115
Questions regarding sales and use, property and special taxes.
California Contractors State License Board (800) 321-CSLB (2752)
Information on how to check the license of contractors and guidance on building after a natural disaster.
How to Hire a Contractor (Video)
California Department of Housing and Community Development (916) 255-2501 permits and (800) 952-8356 registration and titling
Can assist with manufactured housing questions, including repairs, installation and/or registration and titling.
Department of Insurance (800) 927-4357
Answer questions about existing insurance policies and coverage provided.
Franchise Tax Board (800) 852-5711
Information on filing disaster and casualty losses on a tax return.
California Department of Public Health (916) 650-6416 main line (916) 445-2684 vital records or click here
Information on health concerns related to a disasters. Works with those who have lost vital records as a result of disaster; birth, death, and marriage records should be requested from the county recorder’s office in the county where the even occurred .
California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) (800) 777-0133
Forms to assist in replacing documents, such as driver licenses, identification cards, vehicle registration, and certificates of title lost to disaster.
California Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) (800) 952-5626
Services for those with CALVET loans who have suffered damage caused by a disaster.
California Employment Development Department (EDD)
(800) 300-5616 (unemployment insurance benefit claims) and
(888) 745-3886 (assistance for employers)
Employment services for job seekers and employers. Unemployment benefits for qualified workers who lose their job due to no fault of their own, such as disaster. Employers affected by a state of emergency may request a 60-day extension to file state payroll taxes without penalties or interest.
California Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) (916) 845-8510
Information on disaster preparedness and recovery.
Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Supplemental Nutrition Program (707) 994-1151, 14085 Lakeshore Drive #4, Clearlake, CA 95422
Helps low income to moderate income pregnant women, new mothers, babies and young children with vouchers for healthy and nutritious food.
Lake County Animal Care and Control (707) 263-0278
Assessor-Recorder (707) 263-2302
Real property tax relief and valuation.
Community Development (707) 263-2221
Building & Safety, Inspection, Code Enforcement, and Planning.
Lake County Behavioral Health (800) 900-2075 (Crisis Line)
Lake County Social Services (707) 995-4200 / (800) 628-5288
Public Health (707) 263-1090
Housing Programs (707) 262-1090
Public Services (707) 262-1618
Public Works (707) 263-2341
County maintained roads
Special Districts (707) 263-0119
Veteran’s Services (707) 263-2384
Native American Resource Center
California Indian Legal Services (800) 829-0284 or (916) 978-0960
Free or low cost legal services to qualified California tribes, tribal organizations and Native American individuals.
California Tribal TANF Partnership (CTTPC) (707) 262-4400 or (866) 720-TANF (8263)
Temporary cash assistance for families with at least one Native American child, based on eligibility criteria.
American Red Cross (707) 263-8451
University of California - tools and resources for recovery
Habitat for Humanity - (707) 994-1100
Lake Family Resource Center (LFRC) (707) 279-0563/888-775-8336
Legal Services of Northern California (707) 462-1471
North Coast Opportunities (NCO) 707-462-1954 or 800-606-5550 (toll free)
Coordinating cash donations via Mendo-Lake Credit Union for Rocky Fire victims. Checks can be made out to Rocky Fire or North Coast Opportunities Inc. with a note indicating a donation to the Rocky Fire and sent to NCO or donations may be made in person at any MLCU office.
Workforce Lake Clearlake (707) 998-8591 and Lakeport (707) 263-0630
Employment services as EDD’s America’s Job Center of California, also Veterans Services Office at Lakeport location.
Lake County Chamber of Commerce (707) 263-5092/1-866-525-3767
Salvation Army (707) 995-1128
United Christian Parish, Pastor Shannon, (707) 263-4788
United Policyholders (800) 286-5631