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LASD - Los Angeles County Sheriffs Dept Information Bureau (SIB)
Friday November 16th, 2018 :: 04:28 p.m. PST



LOS ANGELES (Fri., Nov. 16, 2018) – A multitude of important disaster recovery resources from government, non-profit, and private agencies are now available on to help support residents, business owners, and others impacted by the Woolsey Fire. “I know how anxious my constituents are to take the next steps moving forward with recovery and rebuilding. The recovery resources on the County’s Woolsey Fire webpage provide a wealth of information that will help residents and business owners begin the process of rebuilding their lives,” said Shelia Kuehl, Chair of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.

The site serves as a virtual one stop shop for the public to access a comprehensive range of disaster recovery resources available, including:

• Reporting property damage
• Shelter and housing
• Financial assistance
• Debris cleanup
• Replacing lost documents
• Air quality reports
• Mental health resources
• Preparing for future disasters

The site will also contain information and updates about the ongoing response and relief efforts of the Los Angeles County, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), United States Small Business Administration (SBA), the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (CalOES), and other partner organizations.

In addition to the LA County Recovery webpage, those impacted by the Woolsey Fire, including people with disabilities and others with access and functional needs, may also contact 211 LA County to report property damage and for emergency preparedness information and other referral services. The toll-free 2-1-1 number is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 211 LA County services can also be accessed online by visiting

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Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
Hall of Justice - First floor 
211 W. Temple St, Los Angeles, CA 90012

LASD - Los Angeles County Sheriffs Dept Information Bureau (SIB)
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Los Angeles, CA 90012

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