BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - Camp Fire survivors dealing with trauma can get free therapy.
The organization, California Hope of Butte County is continuing its free trauma counseling through February, thanks to a grant from FEMA. The organization started its work during the Cherokee and La Porte fires of 2017.
"We are here for you, and we want to help as much as we can," said Jake Fender, Program Manager. "Even if you don't think you need help, you can still talk to us."
California Hope provides group and one-on-one counseling. They say they have served 45,000 members of the community so far. The organization works with schools and first responders as well.
For more information, call 530-966-7382. You may also visit their Facebook page.
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