OROVILLE, Calif.- Action News Now first met Pamela Lyons shortly after she lost her home in the Camp Fire.
Now, thanks to the organization "Tiny Homes for Camp Fire Survivors," she has a new home.
Alyssa Nolan started this organization a few weeks after the fire, and has joined forces with other community members in order to help build tiny homes for survivors.
If you'd like to help, they have drop-in hours at 1790 Montgomery Street in Oroville, Tuesday through Friday from, 8:30am To 3pm and Sundays from 9am to 3pm.
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