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COVID – 19 Update

Disability Services & Legal Center prioritizes the health of its employees and consumers above all. Due to the nature of our work a lot of the people that come through our doors have compromised immune systems. To keep our staff and consumers safe we have made the decision to close our doors to the public. All staff and services will still be available through phone or email. If you have any general questions please call us.

We appreciate your understanding and cooperation with our decision.

COVID-19 Resources

Press Democrat
The Press Democrat is offering free reporting on all things related to the COVID-19 outbreak. Utilize it as a tool to stay in touch with current events in Sonoma County.

Interactive Fire Map – Sonoma County

As evacuation orders continue to change hourly it is important to stay up to date with the best information. Sonoma County has provided the following map that displays the most recent information regarding the fires, evacuation zones and much more.

The CAL Fire map can be accessed through the following link.

Easy relaxation techniques from American Heart Association:

Resources for Sonoma County, including hotlines, fire incident map, and information to stay informed:

Information for Napa County:

North Bay Fire Webcams:

Information for Mendocino County:

FEMA Relief Information Per Press Democrat

All residents affected by the wildfires currently burning in Sonoma and Napa counties can now apply for disaster aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

Applicants may receive grants for certain necessary expenses that are not covered by insurance.

The assistance can help cover basic repairs to a home to make it safe, sanitary and livable. The aid may also be used for rent, medical expenses or other serious needs related to the fires.

Applicants can register by phone at 1-800-621-3362 or online at www.disasterassistance.gov.

In addition, FEMA has set up a mobile registration center at the Sonoma County Office of Education located at 5340 Skylane Blvd in Santa Rosa. The center is open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday, until further notice.

Battery Loan Program
Disability Services & Legal Center currently has loaner batteries available for more information please contact the DDAR coordinator.

Steven Vera, DDAR Coordinator
(707) 331-1839

Batteries are available for individuals who are expected to lose or have lost power due to one of the PG&E planned power shutoffs.

Additional Accommodations For Individuals Affected By Power Shutoffs

If you have been affected by the planned power shutoffs and require electricity to power critical assistive technology and medical devices, DSLC can place you in a temporary hotel room until power is restored.

Download the DSLC Disaster Preparedness Booklet (PDF)…