Humboldt County offers resources and ways to help those affected by North State fires

The County of humboldt has dedicated a page to provide information for people affected by the 2018 fires occurring in Northern California.


The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Services is currently on standby to provide resources to help with rescue and recovery efforts associated with the Carr Fire. Office of Emergency Services personnel are currently assessing support services needed for evacuees coming to Humboldt County.


Evacuees who are in need of support services should contact the Humboldt County Public Information line at 707-441-5000.

You can tell them about your needs by entering information into their fire info web form.

Open Door Clinic is accepting patients who have been displaced due to the Carr Fire. Evacuees in need of medical care are encouraged to visit the Eureka Community Health and Wellness Center, located at 2200 Tydd Street in Eureka.

For more information, contact Open Door Clinic at 707-441-1624.


Officials ask that you please not donate material goods. The best way to help is to provide a financial donation to a legitimate and reputable source.

Pay it Forward Humboldt is accepting gift cards and n95 breathing masks ONLY at the following locations:

Root 101 Nursery

770 Wildwood Ave, Rio Dell, CA 95562

PALCO Pharmacy in Scotia

113 Main Street Suite D, Scotia, CA 95565

Glamorous and Five Oclock Shadow

1095 S. Fortuna Blvd #G, Fortuna, CA 95540

Humboldt Motorsports in Eureka

3990 Broadway St, Eureka, CA 95503

Funk Shui in Mckinleyville

1537 City Center Rd, McKinleyville, CA 95519

Open Door Community Health Center in Ferndale

638 Main St, Ferndale, CA 95536

Redwoods Rural Health Center

101 West Coast Rd # B, Redway, CA 95560

Root 101 in Garberville 707-219-0009

350 Sprowl Creek Rd, Garberville, CA 95542

River Song Natural Foods in Willow Creek

80 Country Club Dr, Willow Creek, CA 95573

Dazeys Willow Creek

41212 CA-299, Willow Creek, CA 95573

Bigfoot Rafting Trinity County

40630 CA-299, Willow Creek, CA 95573

Redwood Capital Bank has established a “Humboldt Cares- Redding Fire Fund” to help fire victims in the Redding area. Donations can be made at all three branch locations.

Coast Central Credit Union has established a Fire Relief Donation Account where all donations will go to various organizations involved in relief efforts. Donations can be made at any branch location.

United Way of Northern California has set up a relief fund for those affected by the Shasta County fires. To help, text CARRFIRE to 91999 or visit their website.

The county said 100 percent of funds raised will benefit victims of the Carr Fire.

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