We at North Bay Donate acknowledge that so very much is required to help our families regain their independence. If you or someone you know needs help in any way, we’ve compiled some resources here. While North Bay Donate’s focus is to supply physical needs, we know that a person requires much more than that. Please feel free to utilize these resources.
We are here to help anyone who has had difficulty meeting day to day needs following a fire. You do not have to have lost your home! If you or someone you know would like some help meeting tangible needs, be it toiletries, household goods, clothing or tools for work, North Bay Donate would like to help. We also have many partner organizations that can help you get what you need. Please reach out here or fill out the form below. Once we receive the request, we will follow up, usually within the same day.
After any difficult or traumatic event, it is normal to notice a change in your mood and sleep, or to feel anxious and afraid. It's helpful to be able to someone about this. A good place to start in accessing emotional support is through your county's behavioral health ACCESS line, there are counselors available 24/7 to talk to you about what you have been experiencing and to connect you to help.
- Marin County ACCESS line 1-888-818-1115 (24/7)
- Sonoma County ACCESS line 1-800-870-8786 (24/7)
- Napa County ACCESS line 1-800-648-8650 (24/7)
- Lake County ACCESS line 1-800-900-2075 (24/7)
- Mendocino County ACCESS line 1-800-575-4357 (24/7)
Other Crisis Resources:
- Better Help: Offering free online counseling for 3 months to those affected by the CA fires.
- National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8255
- Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741 from anywhere in the US, anytime, about any type of crisis.