Check in with the Mendocino-ROC Resource Room to get up-to-date grant applications, local resources, and answer questions about building and planning. Case Managers can provide one-on-one support and guidance in the rebuilding and recovery process.
Mendocino-ROC Resource Room
200 S. School Street, Ukiah
Monday – Thursday 10am-2pm. Or call to schedule an appointment outside of those hours.
Grants & Funds Currently Available
- Critical Needs Grants are available to remove a barrier to stable, safe, long-term housing or to replace the ability to earn income. Available to homeowners and renters.
- The Kids Activities Fund is a new grant available to kids who were affected by the fire to help pay for art supplies, musical instruments, sports equipment, camp or other activities.
- The Animal Habitat Fund will help with the replacement of livestock and domesticated animal related infrastructure such as chicken coops, dog runs, water troughs, sheep fencing, etc.
- The Senior Respite Fund is for seniors 60 and over to provide some respite care. This could be used to hire a landscaper to help with yard work or replanting, at home counseling, house cleaning, odds and ends, self-care classes such as Feldenkrais or exercise classes, etc.
- The Septic Inspection Fund is for all homeowners effected by the fire. The fund will pay for a home septic inspection to make sure the septic is in working condition.
- The Utility Restoration Project can help you with financial assistance, guide you through the process and answer questions about replacing damaged utilities.
- An Arts Grant is available through The Arts Council of Mendocino County for the replacement of art supplies and musical instruments. Hobbyists and professionals encouraged to apply. Information available at the Resource Room.
- There is Free Fill available through Mendocino County Department of Transportation (MCDoT). The MCDoT will work with you to ensure all permit and grading requirements are met and will deliver materials “as is” to your property.
Support & Guidance Available
- Talk with case managers to help define a long-term recovery plan for you and your family.
- Programs and information for rebuilding available for homeowners.
- Check in with the M-ROC Resource Room to get up to date grant applications, local resources, and answer questions about building and planning.
- Assistance with FEMA applications and appeals.
- Emotional and Spiritual Support referrals available through a case manager.
- Potter Valley Disaster Resource Center Support Group starting April 10, 2018 on alternating Tuesdays from 4:00-5:00pm. Call 707-743-1188 for info or to RSVP.
Housing Resources Available
- Hope City is offering volunteer built, low-cost, stick-built pre-designed homes to fire survivors identified through the Case Management process. To learn more or apply contact a Case Manager.
- Section 8 low-income housing available for income qualifying fire survivors. Those impacted by the fire will receive priority status. To learn more and apply contact the CDC Housing Authority.
- Case managers maintain a short list of Available Rentals offered to fire survivors.
- Over Excavation: Mendocino County has created a new help line for fire survivors who feel their property was over-excavated by The Army Corp. That number is (707) 234-6076. Leave a message with your name, address, and issue and Cal OES will come and assess the damage to the property and if they determine there was over-excavation, they will fill in excess dirt.
Material Resources Available
- Planter Boxes are available via Operation Garden Box for survivors who sign up at the MendoLake Fire Relief Resource Center – Ukiah Unit in Pear Tree Center or contact 707-489-3970.
- Mail Boxes are available via Operation Mail Box for survivors who sign up at the MendoLake Fire Relief Resource Center – Ukiah Unit in Pear Tree Center or contact 707-489-3970.
- Household and personal items available at the MendoLake Fire Relief Resource Center – Ukiah Unit in Pear Tree Center or the Potter Valley Fire Relief Center at 10175 Main Street, Potter Valley.
- House in a Box is a program run by St. Vincent De Paul for renters and homeowners who still need basic household items such as beds, dining room tables, dressers, etc.
Come by the Resource Room and talk to a Case Manager to apply for resources.