LAKE COUNTY, Calif. — A Local Assistance Center will be opening Friday for those impacted by the Mendocino Complex.
According to the County of Lake Department of Social Services, the one-stop Local Assistance Center will open Aug. 10 at the Lucerne Alpine Senior Center which is located on 3985 Country Club Drive in Lucerne, CA. Officials say it will be open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Aug. 10 to Aug. 17.
“If you need food replacement, assistance accessing medical care, concerns about your animals, debris removal, replacement copies of vital records or driver’s licenses, or even insurance matters, there will be people on site at the LAC to help and answer your questions,” Lake County officials said in a press release. “All of these organizations will be there to help make profoundly complicated situations a little bit easier, and offer some of the first building blocks of successful long-term recovery.”
Officials said a wide-ranging array of services and expertise will be available. Some of the organizations that will be present include: American Red Cross, North Coast Opportunities, Habitat for Humanity, United Methodist Church, Lake County Behavioral Health, Veteran’s Services, Lake County Departments of Environmental Health, Behavioral Health, Social Services, Public Services, Social Security Administration, Social Services, Habitat for Humanity, to name a few, according to county officials.
For more information, contact the Department of Social Services at 707-995-4260.
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