BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - A new resource has been made available to evacuees of the Camp Fire, which answers any questions that victims may have in the fire's aftermath.
BUTTE 2-1-1 serves as a 24/7 information line for evacuees and victims of the Camp Fire.
People can call for any information they may need having to do with the fire and its aftermath.
"Initially we were getting calls about where to go for immediate shelter, which of the shelter will accept pets," said Tara Sullivan Hames, executive director of Help Central Inc. "The need for transportation is ongoing. Also where to pick up basic needs, where are the distribution sites where they can get clothing and food and maybe even toys for their kids."
Reaching the resource center is as easy as dialing 2-1-1 on your phone or texting your zip code to 898211.
BUTTE 2-1-1 uses an extensive database to connect people with verified resources that they need.
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