Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (D-SNAP)

 

FEMA Longer Term Assistance (e.g. Individuals and Household Program)

  • Provides financial and direct services to eligible individuals and households affected by a disaster who have uninsured or underinsured necessary expenses and serious needs
  • Available if at least one household member is a U.S. citizen or a “qualified” immigrant. For example, undocumented individuals can apply on behalf of a minor child who is a citizen and has a social security number. FEMA can provide information about obtaining a social security number for a minor child. The minor child must live with the parent/guardian applying on his/her behalf.
  • For more information

 

Disaster Unemployment Assistance

 

Other Major Benefits Programs

 

State Emergency Services

  • California’s AB 2327 (among other things) requires that public employees provide assistance to survivors of disaster without eliciting any information or documentation not strictly necessary to determine eligibility

 

NILC’s Disaster Assistance Resources

  • From NILC

 

Funds and Services on the Ground Compiled by Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR)

 

Replacing Vital Records and Other Disaster Assistance and Recovery Links from LawHelp

 

Evacuation Centers/Shelters 

 

Campsite Evacuation Spaces

  • Although these campsites in Sonoma and Mendocino counties are not official evacuation sites, they will be open to meet the temporary immediate needs of displaced residents.
  • They only accommodate those who are self-contained. Those who need food, bedding and personal services should contact a designated evacuation center.
  • For more information