- Emergency Assistance
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Jewish Family and Children’s Services in Sonoma County is open for all who have been affected by the fires and are in need of recovery assistance. Our expert case managers and clinicians are working directly with individuals in need of trauma support and counseling, short-term loans, gift cards, transportation, and skilled technical assistance and advocacy with filing of insurance claims.
HOW TO GET HELP
Contact JFCS for help at 707-303-1500 or email email@example.com.
JFCS’ Santa Rosa office is open at 1360 N. Dutton Avenue, Suite C, Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Please drop-in if you have questions or need assistance.
MANAGING CHILDREN’S BEHAVIORS IN TIMES OF STRESS & TRANSITION
Join us for a free parenting workshop!
WHEN: Wed., January 31, 5:30 – 7:30 pm
WHERE: JFCS in Santa Rosa
Changes in routine can cause stress for children and families. Due to the fires, many kids are suddenly coping with major transitions such as displacement from their homes and the transition to new schools. This loss of stability and worry affects behavior. During this free dinner and parenting workshop learn how to adapt your parenting style to support your children’s recovery, honor their feelings, and reduce stress for everyone in your household. There will be ample of time to address individual questions and situations.
Facilitator Alyse Clayman, LCSW is the Clinical and Site Director for JFCS’ Parents Place in Marin County. She provides consultation and therapy to families and children of all ages. Among her specialties is working with families who are experiencing significant life changes, and with children who are exhibiting acting-out behaviors.
Dinner is included and childcare is provided.
Space is limited! Register online >
APPLY FOR PROPERTY TAX RELIEF
Learn about property tax relief from the California State Board of Equalization >
RESOURCES TO HELP FAMILIES OF YOUNG CHILDREN COPE DURING DISASTERS, AND TRAUMATIC EVENTS
LONG TERM HOUSING
Many people displaced by the fire are beginning the search for a home or apartment in the Bay Area to rent. Given the tight rental market, this is a huge challenge. If you can offer longer-term housing or rentals available email firstname.lastname@example.org.
With years of recovery and rebuilding ahead we expect needs of the community to grow. If the fires did not personally affect your home or business, consider contributing to the long-term recovery of your neighbors. Donate here > Or call 415-449-1256 to contribute via phone.