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Emergency Information on the Radio:

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Regular disaster and weather updates


Emergency Contacts 


In case of a psychiatric or medical emergency, get to a phone and dial 911!


Wood SLS  (707) 799-5739

NBRC Main Desk (707)569-2000

NBRC After-hours 1(800)884-1594

Kaiser  Santa Rosa (707) 393-4000

              Rohnert Park (707)206-3000

Memorial Hospital (707) 546-3210

Palm Drive, Sebastopol (707) 823-8511

Petaluma Valley Hospital (707)778-1111

St. Joseph Urgent care  Santa Rosa (707)543-2000

                                             Rohnert Park (707)584-0672

Santa Rosa Community Health Center (707) 303-3600

Sutter Hospital (707) 576-4000



          


Disaster Tip:

Know What to Prepare For: Part of preparation is knowing exactly what kind of disasters you might face and knowing what to do in each situation. Living in Montana? You probably don’t need to worry about hurricanes. California? Better be ready for an earthquake, but don’t overlook your chances of severe weather or wildfires. Come up with a list of possibilities and what different things you might need in each situation. If you think you live in a disaster-free zone, you’re probably wrong! Disaster can strike anywhere, at any time. 








Get Prepared!

$25 DIY Disaster Kit 


This list is comprised of suggested items for a disaster preparation kit for a minimum of three days of shelter in place.  Individual needs vary.  Please consult with your circle of support to ensure that all of your needs are adaquately addressed in your disaster preparation kit.


In a crate, or durable box store:

-Three days worth of non-perishable food

 (canned goods/dried fruit/jerky/nuts,etc.)

-Three gallons of water

-A can opener

-A flashlight 

-Radio 

-Batteries 

-Duct tape 

-Plastic bags

-Work gloves,

-A ready-made first aid kit

-Extra medications (in a medication box)

-An extra pair of eye glasses

-An extra pair of shoes

-Three changes of clothes


** Items not already in your house can be purchased cheaply at discount stores  




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Community Resource Guide


North Bay regional Center

http://nbrc.net/

2351 Mendocino Ave

Santa Rosa, CA 95403
(707) 569-2000


​​Social Security

http://www.ssa.gov/pgm/ssi.htm

2099 Range Ave,
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
(877) 870-6384


Medi-cal & Calfresh (food stamps)

https://www.mybenefitscalwin.org/

2550 Paulin Drive

Santa Rosa, CA 95404

1 (877) 699-6868


InHome Support Services (IHSS)

http://www.sonoma-county.org/human/ihss.htm

Sonoma County In-Home Supportive Services
3725 Westwind Blvd.
Santa Rosa, CA 95402

Phone: (707) 565-5900 


Burbank Housing

http://burbankhousing.org/

790 Sonoma Avenue
 Santa Rosa, CA 95404

707-526-9782


Sonoma County Community Development (HUD)

http://sonomacounty.ca.gov/Departments-Agencies/Community-Development-Commission/

1440 Guerneville Road

Santa Rosa, CA 95403 

(707) 565-7500 


Homeless services/Food Pantry Listings

http://sonomacountyhomeless.org/sonoma-county-homeless-resource-guide/food-emergency-groceries-meals/

3315 Airway Drive, Santa Rosa

CA 95403

(707) 575-4494


Redwood Empire ​food bank

http://www.refb.org/html/get_food.html

3990 Brickway Blvd, Santa Rosa, CA 95403
(707) 523-7900