Disaster Response Services
for Deaf Residents in
Bay Area and North Coastal of California

You can take steps now to help you prepare for an disaster and cope if a public health emergency,
such as a natural disaster, act of terrorism, or disease outbreaks happens.
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Case Management Service

One-on-one assistance and system advocacy to ensure equal access and opportunity to education, employment and public services.

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Interpreting Services

Sign Language interpreters for deaf people in all kinds of environment to be able to communicate with everybody.

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Alert Services

Get local alerts when you need them.

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Disaster Response Team

Our team provide 24-hour immediate support and assistance to individuals and families who have been impacted by any disasters. 

Click on the area you live in to view additional information on emergency services.

707-595-2005

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Resources

Wildfire Response Resources

For the most recent list for shelters, food banks, fire incidents, air quality and more:

Go online: https://www.response.ca.gov/

Wildfire Response Resources

View interactive wildfire maps below:

Go to: https://fire.ca.gov/incidents/

Recent DCARA DRS Facebook Posts

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09-07-2020

Mandatory EVACUATION ORDER for residents in the following areas:
Evacuation Order for entire area of Zone 2E4:

-South of Mill Creek Road
-North of Sweetwater Springs Road
-West of Westside Road
-East of Palmer Creek Road

Evacuation Warning for entire area of Zone 1D5:
-North of the Russian River (actual river)
-East of Armstrong Woods Road
-West of Westside Road
-South of Sweetwater Springs Road

If you are in Zone 2E4 EVACUATE now! If you are in Zone 1D5 be prepared to evacuate.

If you feel you are in danger, please evacuate now. Check with your neighbors to ensure they have been made aware of the order. First Responders are currently working on going door to door to assist.

Go to socoemergency.org or call 2-1-1 if you have any questions. View the interactive evacuation map and search by address at arcg.is/0buuL1.

If you need help evacuating animals, call 707-861-0699 (Sonoma CART). If you need help evacuating livestock, call 707-234-7193 (NorCal Livestock Evac).

The map will be updated soonView Napa County’s current evacuations: napacounty.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=83d73b75423c4201aecd08e15fa8e6e7

Source: nixle.us/C6SYW

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Due to recent wildfire activity, Napa County issued a water alert for Berryessa Highlands of possible water contamination. State and county officials have examined the water system and are advising residents of Berryessa Highlands and Oakridge Estates *not* to drink, or use for cooking until further notice.

If you don’t follow this advisory, you could get ill.

What should you do?

DO NOT DRINK YOUR TAP WATER---USE ONLY BOTTLED WATER!!! Bottled water should be used for all drinking (including baby formula and juice), brushing teeth, washing dishes, making ice, food preparation, and water of animals/livestock until further notice.

DO NOT TRY AND TREAT THE WATER YOURSELF!!! Boiling, freezing, filtering, adding chlorine or other disinfectants, or letting water stand will not make the water safe.

Potable water will be made available to each household.

Your local officials will inform you when tests show that the water is safe again.

SOURCE:

www.countyofnapa.org/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=191

abc7news.com/wildfire-updates-napa-co-residents-advised-not-to-use-water-due-to-possible-contamin...

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DCARA has an announcement to share with the community. View our flyer.

DCARA is closed
Monday, September 7, 2020
in observance of Labor Day
Regular hours resume on Tuesday, September 8

[Image Description: A flyer with crimson red background, white text displaying an illustrated picture of various figures of workers with following content:

DCARA is closed on Monday, September 7, 2020 in observance of Labor Day. Regular hours resume on Tuesday, September 8.]
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DCARA has an announcement to share with the community. View our flyer.

DCARA is closed
Monday, September 7, 2020
in observance of Labor Day
Regular hours resume on Tuesday, September 8

[Image Description: A flyer with crimson red background, white text displaying an illustrated picture of various figures of workers with following content:

DCARA is closed on Monday, September 7, 2020 in observance of Labor Day. Regular hours resume on Tuesday, September 8.]

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Evacuation Warnings Lifted
The following areas have had all evacuation orders lifted:

Map Grid 2A2 Evacuation Warning Lifted
• North of the Dry Creek and the northern fork of Lake Sonoma County
• West of Dutcher Creek, City of Coverdale city limits and Hwy 128
• South of the Mendocino County line

This means you can now return home at your own risk. These areas are still at risk from the fires in the area. We recommend you stay home for the day once you arrive. There’s going to be a lot of traffic in the area so please drive safely; our priority is getting everyone home safely.

All other areas under evacuation order are still closed. Alerts will be sent for each area as it re-opens. Continue to follow the instructions of first responders in the area and make sure to listen for hi-lo sirens if fire conditions change. Use extreme caution when around any burned areas that may be present. The burn area is under a Public Health Order due to health hazards created by the fire.

The public is reminded to stay vigilant on current fire conditions. Please continue to adhere to road closures and any evacuation warnings. A reminder to drive slowly and yield to emergency personnel in the area.

You can call 2-1-1 or visit socoemergency.org if you have any questions. Also, take a look at the interactive evacuation map at arcg.is/0buuL1 and search by address to see the status of your zone.

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Source: nixle.us/C66E8
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