Holiday Farm Fire Resources
If you have been impacted by the Holiday Farm Fire in Lane County, here is a comprehensive list of community resources available to you.
Recent Updates from Lane County’s Community Resilience Toolkit Page
For Children and Families:
Free meals for school-aged children (sites around Lane County school districts) **Child does NOT need to be a student of the school, and there is no income eligibility.
Spanish version here.
Fire Recovery Resources – National Child Traumatic Stress Network
– Trinka and Sam The Big Fire book (English version)
– Trinka y Juan El Gran Fuego libro (Spanish version)
FREE University of Oregon HEDCO Clinic Zoom Drop-Ins every week in October to discuss well-being, stress reduction tools, and explore longer term support for those affected by the Holiday Farm Fire. Tuesdays and Thursdays 5-6:30pm. Zoom meeting ID: 932 1674 8441; Passcode: 332830. If a check-in call with a counselor would be helpful email email@example.com
Taking Care of Emotional Health after a Disaster – a Red Cross Document
Disaster Distress Helpline – a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Document
Fact Sheets and Checklists:
Wildfire Smoke Fact Sheet: Protect Yourself from Ash – U.S. Environmental Protection Agency document
Returning Home After a Fire Checklist – CALFIRE document
Oregonians Affected by Wildfires Fact Sheet – FEMA document
Resource List as of 9/28/20 – includes emotional support helpline, help with prescriptions, food safety precautions, unemployment assistance, help applying for disaster aid, replacing vital records, and DMV information.
Disaster Assistance FEMA Registration – FEMA document
Lane County Fire & Respite List – please check with listed organizations to ensure they are still operating.
For Veteran Fire Evacuees: Thank you for your service.
VETERANS: Resources are available for veterans who have been impacted by the fires. Read how to get up to $1,000 here.
For Providers/Community Organizations & Tribal Public Health Workers:
Returning Home From a Disaster Assignment – a Red Cross document
OHA Behavioral Health Resources for Local and Tribal Public Health Responders in Oregon
Oregon Wildfire Resources for Community Based Organizations
Psychological First Aid: Helping Others in Times of Stress – an American Red Cross presentation