HAF+WRCF continues to support the efforts of Humboldt County government, organizations, and agencies to help meet the unmet needs of residents impacted by the Dec. 20, 2022, and Jan. 1, 2023, earthquakes.
Residents who need help identifying and securing resources needed to return to their homes or find safe and affordable housing are encouraged to call Humboldt County’s new Disaster Case Management Line at 707-382-5890, which is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Residents can also get information online at humboldtgov.org/3379/2022-Earthquake-Recovery.
The County of Humboldt, HAF+WRCF, and Hope Crisis Response Network facilitated an agreement between Arcata House Partnership (AHP), Changing Tides Family Services and the Humboldt Eel River Valley Long-Term Recovery Group to provide disaster case management services to displaced residents. Initial funding for disaster case management services has been provided by HAF+WRCF, which has designated more than $1.2 million from its Disaster Relief, Recovery & Resiliency Fund for nonprofit organizations, tribes and government entities helping Rio Dell and Humboldt County residents. Learn more about HAF+WRCF’s disaster response efforts at hafoundation.org/news.
Organizations and donors interested in helping the Eel River Valley Long-term Recovery Process after the recent earthquakes are encouraged to visit https://humboldtrecovery.org/
Donations to HAF+WRCF’s Disaster Response & Resiliency Fund (for supporting residents of Humboldt, Trinity, Del Norte, and Curry counties, as well as adjoining Tribal lands during current and future disasters) can be made online at https://hafoundation.org/our-funds/disaster-response-resilience-fund/