Fire Survivor Resources 2018-12-05T20:55:31+00:00

Resources for Camp Fire Survivors

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As a free resource to the community, The Greenspan Co./Adjustors International are hosting our Insurance Recovery Workshops on Tuesdays, December 4th, 11th and 18th at the Chico Family Masonic Center. If you have questions about your insurance policy or how to submit your claim, a panel of claims advocates will be available to provide one-on-one assistance. No attorneys or insurance company representatives will be present. No reservation necessary. Light refreshments will be provided.

Insurance Recovery Workshops

Official Website for Camp Fire response and recovery – – click below:
Escort Info to get to your property
“First Steps After a Wildfire” PDF
2-1-1 Butte County
Disaster Recovery and Assistance Services
United Policy Holders Insurance Help

If you need papers issued by Butte County – Birth Certificates, Deeds, etc. – that were lost in the Camp Fire or to apply for deferred taxes, click below.

Butte County Clerk-Recorder Info

Short Term Housing Assistance Available
Community Action Agency of Butte County has received donations and grant funding to help Camp Fire evacuees get into or remain in their hotel rooms.
Call 530.712.2600 Option 1
(and follow the prompts to get assistance)

Samaritan’s Purse Work Order Request
* Sift for personal property recovery
* Chainsaw work on trees
Call their Disaster Relief Homeowner’s Hotline at 530.815.8405

There is the Disaster Relief Center set up at the old Sears building at the Chico Mall. Click below for all the services located there.


Go to this organization for requests of housing or space for parking your RV/trailer at the link below.

Share with us requests you have for housing and land for RV parking at the link below.

Housing and Land Requests – through EFCC

Share with us requests you have for furniture and any home supplies at the link below.

Furniture and household item requests