REDBLUFF, REDDING, Calif.-
The California Governor's Office of Emergency Services and FEMA are bringing help directly to those displaced by wildfires by sending Mobile Disaster Recovery Centers to Red Bluff and Redding.
The mobile centers are scheduled to visit six northern California counties, including Shasta and Tehama. They plan to help those affected by wildfires, who can't make it to a physical assistance center. Recovery specialists from FEMA will be at the centers to talk about assistance and help survivors find recovery resources. They are available to answer questions about low-interest disaster loan programs and will help business owners and residents apply.
The Mobile Disaster Recovery Centers plan to be at the Tehama County Fairgrounds in Red Bluff, today, through Wednesday and again December 27-29th from 10am-8pm. They will also be in Redding at the Redding Public Library, December 20th and 22nd, as well as January 3rd-5th.
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