Maximizing recovery in each and every case


Napa County Local Assistance Center

(707) 299-2190 
(707) 253-4501 – Public Info Line

Napa County Health and Human Services
Building A, Conference Center
2751 Napa Valley Corporate Drive, Napa, CA 94559

*Services and information available include: CA Department of Human Resources, CA Department of Tax and Fee administration, DMV, EDD, FEMA, IRS, Napa County Assessor, Napa County Mental Health, Napa County Planning Building & Environment, Napa Valley Food Bank, Office of Senator Dianne Feinstein (passport, federal document, IRS document replacements), PG&E, Red Cross, Salvation Army, Social Security Administration, CA Tax Board, Volt Workforce (job assistance), etc. 

Sonoma County and City of Santa Rosa Local Assistance Center


(707) 565-3856

Temporary Location:
427 Mendocino Ave.
Santa Rosa, CA 95401

*Services and information available include: FEMA, DMV, Small Business Administration, IRS, Social Security Administration, US Coast Guard, CA Department of Insurance, CA Department of Taxes and Administration, State Public Health Agency and PG&E. 

Community Action Partnership of Sonoma County (CAPS) – HCA Family Fund


(707) 544-6911

141 Stony Circle, Suite 210
Santa Rosa, CA 95401

*One-time rental assistance program 

Catholic Worker

(707) 575-8342
Location: 600 Morgan Street Santa Rosa, CA 95401
*Rental and utility assistance 

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa

(707) 284-3850 EXT 374
*Free food access sites to all in need 

The Redwood Empire Food Bank
(707) 523-7903


California Employment Development Department (EDD)
Apply online by November 16, 2017: www.eapply4ui.edd.ca.gov

(800) 300-5616
*Gov. Brown announced assistance to those who lost jobs or work hours as a result of the wildfires in Butte, Lake, Mendocino, Napa, Nevada, Orange, Sonoma and Yuba counties. Provides temporary unemployment benefits to those affected. 

(800) 621-3362
*Provides grants to cover temporary housing, home repairs and losses not covered under homeowner insurance policies. Visit website, call to apply or visit any Local Assistance Center. 

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)
Apply online: https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/disaster-assistance
(800) 659-2955 
*SBA provides low-interest disaster loans to help small business and homeowners recover from declared disasters. 

California Fire Foundation’s SAVE Program
(800) 890-3213
*Firefighters provide $100 gift cards to eligible victims 

State of California Franchise Tax Board https://www.ftb.ca.gov/aboutFTB/press/2017/09-10132017.shtml
(916) 845-4800
*tax relief for California taxpayers impacted by the wildfires. Taxpayers are granted an extension to file 2016 California tax returns and make payments until January 31, 2018. May also claim deduction for a disaster loss. See website for details. 

AeroPay Express 
(800) 983-3726
*Offering up to a $50,000 line of credit, interest free, to qualified companies impacted by the fires who need to pay their vendors quickly and may not have the resources to do so. Will waive all interest charges on the $50k and offer extended credit terms. Funding will be paid out in 24 hours. 

Mental Health Services
Mental Health Crisis Services (707) 578-8181 Health Access Team (707) 565-6900 
RedRover Relief 
*Financial assistance grants for emergency veterinary care and pet food. 

Animal Shelters Available for Emergency Boarding: Horses/livestock:
• Sonoma County Fairgrounds
• Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds
• Vallejo Fairgrounds
• South Bay Horse Ranch
• Napa County Fairgrounds
• Solano County Fairgrounds

Small Animals:
• Marin Humane Society
• Sonoma Humane Society
• Napa County Animal Shelter
• Mendocino County Animal Shelter
• Second Chance Conure Rescue
• Sonoma County Animal Services 
(also providing no-cost veterinary care to animals affected by the fire)

Tosdal Law
Michael S. Feinberg, APLC