Do you need assistance in recovering from the CZU Fire?
Email CZUFireHelp@gmail.com or call 831-920-4764 to connect with a disaster case manager. Please provide your name, disaster-impacted address and best way to reach you.
Local organizations are collaboratively working to help community members by connecting them to available community resources, identifying household needs and program eligibility, assisting with advocacy and appeals, creating attainable recovery plans and identifying construction and repair resources for damaged or destroyed property.
Connect With Emotional Support and Self-Help Groups
Nation’s Finest is offering free referral support and one-hour, self-help, virtual group support meetings on the Teams platform, plus one-on-one phone crisis intervention to those impacted by the wildfires. Contact Nation’s Finest firstname.lastname@example.org or the direct hotline, 650-431-3209, to reach a crisis counselor.
Self-help groups include:
- Stress Management & the Science of Coherence - learn to unlock physical and emotional balance for stress management
- Communications & Coping Skills
- Navigating Life after a Wildfire
- Meditation & the Mechanics of the Mind - Explore healing through meditation techniques
More details on all groups can be found here.
Discover Helpful Resources
The Santa Cruz County Long Term Recovery Group Resource List is updated regularly with key local, county, state, and federal resources to assist in long-term recovery.