Please see the updates below on Health Center status in Napa, Sonoma and Marin Counties, and scroll down for additional external resources:

(For a map and list of all RCHC member health centers including those below, click here)


Health Center Updates (11/6/2017)

Napa County Health Center Updates

Health Centers running normal hours:

Sonoma County Health Center Updates

Health Centers running normal hours:

Health Centers with modified or extended hours:

  • Santa Rosa Community Health Center: If you are one of our 50,000 patients or you are currently without a primary care provider and you need non-emergency health care, you are welcome to call or drop in at our health centers for medical, dental, and mental health care as follows:

    • Lombardi Campus, 751 Lombardi Court, 707.547.2222
      Monday-Thursday: 8:00a-9:00p; Friday-Saturday: 8:00a-5:00p
    • Lombardi Pharmacy, 751 Lombardi Court, 707.583.8770
      Monday-Thursday: 8:30a-6:30p; Friday: 8:30a-5:30p; Saturday: 9:00a-5:00p
    • Pediatric Campus (also accepting adult patients this week), 711 Stony Point Road, 707.578.2005:
      Monday-Thursday: 8:30a-9:00p; Friday: 8:30a-5:30p; Saturday: 8:30a-2:30p
    • Brookwood Campus, 983 Sonoma Avenue, 707.547.2222:
      Monday-Friday: 8:30a-5:30p
    • Dental Campus, 1110 North Dutton Avenue, 707.303.3395 (phone repair in progress, please drop in):
      Monday-Friday: 7a-6p
    • Elsie Allen Campus, 599 Bellevue Avenue, Suite G17, 707.528.5770
      Monday-Thursday: 8:30a-12:30p; Friday: 8:30a-5:00p
    • Vista Campus: Vista is currently closed due to fire damage. Vista campus patients can call 707.303.3600 or drop in at any of our open campuses. Many Santa Rosa medical centers and doctor’s offices are now up and running. If you usually receive medical care through another medical office, we ask that you return to their care so that we can serve those who don’t have other options. We provide outstanding, culturally responsive medical, dental, and mental health care, whether or not you can afford to pay. We do not ask about or track immigration status. We do this because each person is unique and deserves to be seen and valued for who they are and the life circumstances that bring them to us. None of us should ever receive anything less than the best care possible.
      (November 6)

      SRCH Website

Marin County Health Center Updates

Health Centers running normal hours:


New information for RCHC medical providers (10/17/2017)

For Providers

*Partnership members can be seen at any PCP site, regardless of their assignment. Please keep a list to ensure claims go through correctly. Instructions are available here.

How to…

Volunteer

Health Center Recovery Assistance


Wild Fire Resources (11/6/2017)

EMERGENCY INFORMATION
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Emergency Information by County/City

NAPA COUNTY

CALISTOGA-City of Calistoga Website

NAPA CITY-City of Napa Website

SONOMA COUNTY

SANTA ROSA-General Emergency Information

HEALDSBURG-City Website

WINDSOR-City Facebook 

Fire Map & Evacuation Zones

For the counties affected, including fire maps, evacuation sites, air quality conditions:

  • Sonoma (fire map/evacuations/air quality)
  • Napa (fire map/evacuations/air quality)
  • Mendocino (fire map/evacuations/air quality)

PG&E Power Outage Updates

Current active fire/burn maps are available here.

Overview of all CA fires, including acreage and containment information webpage

CalFire is covering all fires and has a consistently updated twitter account: CalFire Twitter

Air Quality

CalFire is covering all fires and has a consistently updated twitter account: CalFire Twitter


TIPS FOR RETURNING HOME & REPLACING DOCUMENTS
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2017 Northern California Wildfires: Helping Handbook

The Northern California Wildfires Helping Handbook is a comprehensive guide that includes information about the following topics:

  • Housing
  • Employment
  • Insurance
  • FEMA
  • SBA Loan Assistance
  • Business Interruption
  • Finances & Taxes
  • Government Benefits
  • Immigration
  • Document Replacements
  • Consumer Tips & Fraud Prevention
  • Loss of Life
  • Pets & Animals
  • Lawyers & Legal Aid
  • Disaster Centers

Tips for Returning Home Post Evacuation

Replacing Documents

REPLACING LEGAL DOCUMENTS

MAIL FORWARDING

  • For those residents who are effected by mandatory evacuations and unable to retrieve their mail, a couple of options are available through USPS’s website.  The first is a Temporary Mail Hold that will enable you to hold your mail from delivery for a specific amount of time and at the end of the time specified, mail will be delivered directly to your residence or you have the option to pick it up directly from a USPS branch. Click here for a temporary mail hold. 
  • The second choice available would be a Change of Address which will redirect your mail to a different address on a temporary or permanent basis.  Click here for change of Address service request that you can complete online.

UTILITIES: SANTA ROSA WATER AND XFINITY/COMCAST: 

  • The Sonoma County Medical Association has arranged with local utilities providers to allow them to cancel utilities services. Please contact SCMA at (707) 525-4375 and give them your home address and name on the account so they can cancel your utilities services for you.

HOUSING
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Evacuation Centers/Shelters

List of Evacuation Centers is available below:

Other Housing Options

Other (non-shelter) housing options for evacuees:

  • Petaluma People Services – Emergency Home Shares Program: 
  • Elk Community Center (Elk on the coast): 
    • Open to evacuees and equipped with 30 cots, food and other services. Pets welcome! Contact 707-877-1105.
  • Family Homes/Home Shares Available:
    • 20-30 families in the Sonoma area have either full homes or rooms available for fire victims. See google doc.
  • Sequoia Equities Apartments
    • Apartments available to fire victims in need in Petaluma, Vacaville, Benicia and Martinez. All fees waived. Credit will not play a factor in a person’s ability to reside. No maximum occupancy guidelines. Pets: No breed restrictions, no number of pet restrictions. Call (925) 239-9453.
  • Chanslor Ranch – Bodega Bay:
    •  Offering free beds and campsite for up to 200 people. Kid and pet friendly. (707) 875-2721
  • Lawson’s Landing:
    • Free nights stay. You will need your own RV or camping equipment. Questions call (707) 878-2443.
  • Ashley Furniture in RP:
    • has opened up their east side parking lot for vehicle and RV overnight parking for evacuees. You can go inside to charge cellular devices and contact loved ones.
  • Sonoma Raceway:
    • serving as an evacuation center for self-contained RV’s and campers. Basic RV services.There will be security on site. Enter campground at Gate 6, on Hwy 121, ¼ mile north of Hwy 37. More info call 800-870-7223 or email sonomaraceway@sonomaraceway.com.
  • Community List for Temporary Housing

Temporary Housing Assistance – Financial


MEDICAL CARE
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Health Centers

To see if your health center is open, please refer to the “Health Center Updates” at the top of this webpage.

Pharmacies

**NOTE: during a state of emergency you can go to ANY pharmacy with your prescription bottles to refill uncontrolled substances.

Santa Rosa Pharmacy List

Sonoma County Pharmacies (courtesy of Sonoma Fire Info)

  • CVS (in Target) Petaluma
    • 401 Kenilworth Dr, Petaluma  7077756323
  • CVS (in Target) Rohnert Park
    • 475 Rohnert Park Expy W, Rohnert Park  7075852420
  • CVS Cloverdale
    • 1111 S Cloverdale Blvd, Cloverdale7078945206
  • CVS Healdsburg
    • 455 Center St, Healdsburg7074333357
  • CVS Sebastopol
    • 6877 Sebastopol Ave, Sebastopol7078237209
  • CVS Sonoma
    • 201 W. Napa St, #35, Sonoma7079384734
  • Forestville Pharmacy
    • 6652 Front St, Forestville7078872268
  • Kaiser Permanente Pharmacy
    • call8882186245
  • Lucky Petaluma
    • 939 Lakeville St, Petaluma7077621036
  • Lucky Santa Rosa
    • 915 Village Ct, Santa Rosa7075421879
  • Medicine Shoppe
    • 95 Montgomery Dr, Santa Rosa7075251130
  • Raleys Petaluma
    • 157 N McDowell Blvd, Petaluma7077659100
  • Raleys Rohnert Park
    • 100 Raleys Towne Ctr, Rohnert Park7075853444
  • Rite Aid Sebastopol
    • 218 N Main St, Sebastopol7078293007
  • Safeway Healdsburg
    • 1115 Vine St, Healdsburg7074317102
  • Safeway Petaluma
    • 389 S McDowell Blvd, Petaluma7077669477
  • Safeway Rohnert Park
    • 6340 Commerce Blvd, Rohnert Park7075848942
  • Safeway Sonoma
    • 477 W Napa St, Sonoma7079963697
  • Sutter Pop-Up Pharmacy (across the street from Petaluma Community Center)
    • 320 N McDowell Blvd, Petaluma
  • Tuttle’s Doyle Park Phamacy
    • 1220 Sonoma Ave, Santa Rosa7075469090
  • WalMart Rohnert Park
    • 4625 Redwood Dr, Rohnert Park7075863612

Specialty Care

SPECIALTY HEALTHCARE RESOURCES (courtesy of Sonoma Fire Info and Sonoma County )

  • Mental Health/Behavioral Health 
    • Sonoma County Mental Health Resource Guide:
    • Mental Health professionals available at Santa Rosa Veterans Building evacuation center
    • Marin Community Clinics is providing local support groups. More information available here.
    • Magellan Health provides free counseling services and referrals to local community resources to individuals impacted by fires. 24 hour crisis line: 1-800-450-1327
    • EP Behavioral Consulting, 112 Seventh Street in Santa Rosa: NOTES:A local Santa Rosa agency offering Behavior Services to children with Developmental Disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Please call us at 707-757-9141 before coming to check for availability and discuss your child’s needs.
    • Mental Health for Children Hotline: 8007468181
    • Sonoma County Behavioral Health Services During the Fires (table sourced from Latino Service Providers)
    • How to help young children recover after the Northern California Wild Fires
    • Redwood Empire California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists: Local counselors who will provide 3-5 free sessions of counseling to anyone affected by the NorCal fires
  • Dialysis Centers that are open, list available here.
  • Blind/Sight Loss
    • The Earle Baum Center for the Blind is providing help for anyone with sight loss or  help talking to those in shelters to lend advice on how to interact with those with sight loss. 4539 Occidental Road; Phone: 707-523-3222
  • Eyeglasses Assistance – For VSP Insurance members: VSP’s disaster recovery plan is in effect for our county, which means if you lost your glasses you can get a new pair immediately and not wait for the next annual availability.​ If you’ve lost or broken your glasses or need eye care, call 800-877-7195. For people who do not have VSP insurance: call 800-733-2767 or contact a local Red Cross chapter to request a VSP Global Eyes of Hope gift certificate. Or see the mobile eye care clinic schedule

  • Kenwood Hearing Centers is offering hearing aid loaners to those in need.
    1421 Guerneville Road, Santa Rosa, 707.544.4433

OTHER ASSISTANCE
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Food/Water

Free Food and Water Resource Lists are regularly updated at the following websites:

  • Sonoma Fire Info (click on “Services” tab and type “food” in the search bar)
  •  This google document (see pg. 9)
  • Redwood Empire Food Bank Value Market. *Note: Participants in the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) nutrition program,CalFresh (Food Stamps) and all Medi-Cal patients are eligible for this service.
  • Ceres Community Project is providing food to individuals with medical needs who were impacted by the fire. More information available here.

CalFresh Recipients affected by the fires in Napa and Sonoma Counties: Provision of replacement benefits and replacement Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) Cards

Transportation (Free)

SMART Train:

In addition to the above options, this website has a list of additional transportation option (see page 4).

Financial Assistance

  • Health Center Assistance: *Track all related expenses now, including labor, supplies, pharmaceuticals, equipment, etc*
    • Please refer to  “New information for RCHC medical providers” at the top of this webpage.
  • Congressman Mike Thompson – Fire Recovery Guide 
    Includes information on FEMA Assistance, Sonoma County Local Assistance Center, Small Business Administration Disaster Loans, Tax Relief and IRS Assistance
  • Residents – Local Assistance Centers Open October 13 (more information available here)
    • Offers critical services for residences impacted by the fires which may include:
      • FEMA Disaster Recovery Center to provide direct assistance,
      • Department of Motor Vehicles services to help people to obtain documentation that may have been destroyed,
      • American Red Cross
      • Insurance companies to help process claims,
      • Small Business Administration services,
      • and a cadre of County and City services like crisis and mental health support, employment resources, child support services, water and utilities, veterans services, CalFresh, Medi-Cal, and Section 8 Housing assistance.

Emergency Child Care List

Sonoma County 4Cs has created a community list of emergency child care slots.

The list can be viewed here: Sonoma County Child Care Availability List Status


VOLUNTEER & DONATIONS

Volunteer & Donation Opportunities

VOLUNTEER: 

  • Medical Volunteer Opportunities:
    • Volunteer as medical staff at Sonoma County Evacuation Shelters: Sign Up Sheet
    • Volunteer with Red Cross, call 707-577-7600
  • General Volunteer Opportunities:
    • Petaluma Volunteer Sign Up 
    • Volunteer Center of Sonoma County (send them your contact info, availability, and skillset) 707-573-3399  info@volunteernow.org
    • New Life Church will be opening a NEW Evacuation Center.
      •  4 TEAMS TO VOLUNTEER FOR: Check In / Registration, Security, Hospitality, and Donation Station. Need Volunteers AROUND THE CLOCK. Shifts are 4 hours, sign up for back to back shifts if possible: Sign up Sheet

MONETARY DONATIONS (additional donation sites listed @ Sonoma Fire Info and here)


ANNOUNCEMENTS:

  • Marin Community Clinic: Free support for those affected by North Bay fires – come for community connection, emotional support, and resources to help you recover and heal.Thursdays, October 26 –  November 30, 3p-4p in Novato
  • You can call 2-1-1 (or 800-325-9604) any time for the latest fire information or visit the Sonoma website or the Napa website.
  • Senator Harris personally confirmed with Acting DHS Secretary Elaine Duke that the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will not be conducting immigration enforcement in impacted areas. To read ICE’s statement, click here.

NOTE:  Sonoma County DHS is working with the California Department of Social Services on a mass replacement benefits waiver for people with benefits who lost food during the disaster, and also on disaster CalFresh. However, until then the usual CalFresh application rules apply for new applicants. There is no emergency or disaster Medi-Cal program at this time.