Butte Fire: Red Cross Service Sites

Red Cross Information Hotline: (855) 224-2490

As the disaster relief effort continues in response to the Butte Fire in Calfornia’s Amador and Calaveras Counties, Red Cross volunteers are hard at work providing for the emergency needs of all those affected.

As more residents return to their communities, Red Cross volunteers are delivering cleaning supplies, hygiene and comfort items to neighborhoods hit hardest by the devastating Butte Fire. Items include water, snacks, non-perishable meals, and clean-up items such as gloves, buckets, trash bags and dust masks. Volunteers are visiting the following areas providing assistance:

  • Railroad Flat
  • Mokelumne Hill
  • Glencoe
  • West Point
  • San Andreas
  • Jackson
  • Murphys
  • Railroad Flat
  • Mountain Ranch Rd.
  • Jesus Maria Rd

Evacuation Shelters
Emergency shelters are available for residents seeking a safe place to stay, food, water, medications, health services, cleaning supplies, emotional support and other resources. Shelters are currently available at the following locations:

  • Jackson Rancheria
    12222 New York Ranch Rd
    Jackson, CA
  • Jenny Lynn Veterans Hall
    189 Pine Street
    Valley Springs, CA

Resource Centers
Additional resources and support may be found at the following local resource centers, where residents can meet with local agencies and receive updated information, basic needs, and referrals to programs and services:

  • Calaveras County Local Assistance Center
    Old Calaveras Government Center
    891 Mountain Ranch Rd
    San Andreas, CA
    (Open daily 8am – 5pm)
  • Red Cross Assistance Center
    St. Katherine Drexel Parish Center
    11361 Prospect Dr
    Jackson, CA
    (Open daily 9am – 7pm)

NOTE: Times are subject to change. Check back to this blog for updates.

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