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Posted on: October 16, 2020

Napa County Local Assistance Center Relocates to St. Helena; Services at New Site to Begin Saturday

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Individuals, families, and business owners in Napa County affected by the 2020 ‘Glass’ and ‘Hennessey’ fires who are seeking support through the Napa County Local Assistance Center (LAC) can now access in person services closer to the fire impacted areas.

The center will continue to provide "One Stop Information" for local, State, and Federal recovery resources that may become available. Individuals who have existing appointments will be contacted to let them know that appointments after Friday, October 16th will be conducted at the new location.

Beginning Saturday, October 17th, the LAC will be located at the St. Helena First Presbyterian Church, 1428 Spring Street in St. Helena. Services are still available in English and Spanish by appointment or through limited first come first served basis. The Center is open from 9am to 6pm seven days a week. The two Recovery Support Sites that were opened October 6th will be closed effective Saturday, October 17th.

Residents seeking in person assistance at the LAC are reminded to wear a mask and practice physical distancing COVID-19 guidelines. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided for you. To schedule an appointment, please register through https://square.site/book/L98H2A1F43AT9/local-assistance-center-napa-ca or call (707) 299-2190.

If virtual assistance is preferred, individuals are encouraged to seek help through the “virtual Local Assistance Center” resources at www.readynapacounty.org or call (707) 299-2190.

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