2-1-1 Yolo County | Disaster Response

During a declared emergency or disaster, such as a wildfire, flood, or widespread power outage, 2-1-1 Yolo provides 24-hour non-emergency support to affected residents. In collaboration with partner agencies, 2-1-1 Yolo helps ensure community members have timely access to information about road closures, evacuation advisories and orders, emergency shelters, food assistance programs, and more.

Questions – just call in and ask one of our specialists by dialing 2-1-1, 530-392-4182 or 855-866-1783.

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Before a Disaster Strikes – Be Prepared

Visit Yolo Alert to opt-in to receive emergency alerts and warnings. You will receive a message via email, work phone, home phone, cell phone, etc. that you have registered with Yolo Alert.

Yolo County Office of Emergency Services Preparedness offers information on drought, flood, summer weather, winter weather, earthquake, and wildland fire preparedness.

American Red Cross California Gold Country Region offers free emergency preparedness classes. Classes are designed to help you understand, prepare for, and respond appropriately to disasters big and small.

Listos California offers free materials in many languages that you can use and share to promote disaster preparedness in your home and community.

California Office of Emergency Services includes information on drought, fire, flood, and power outage preparedness.

Visit Floodsmart.gov to check your property’s flood risk and for information about purchasing or renewing flood insurance.

Administration for Community Living Emergency Preparedness offers a website with information and links to resources for emergency preparedness for older adults and people with disabilities

Ready.gov Get Informed, Make a Plan, Build a Kit.


Access & Functional Needs Resources

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Disaster Preparedness for Seniors offers a website designed to educate and empower seniors to prepare for, respond to and mitigate emergencies, including natural and man-made disasters.

Yolo County Office of Emergency Services, Preparedness for Individuals with Disabilities offers a website describing actions and considerations that individuals with disabilities can use to increase preparedness before, during and after disasters.

Administration for Community Living Emergency Preparedness Administration for Community Living Emergency Preparedness offers a website with information and links to resources for emergency preparedness for older adults and people with disabilities.

Governor’s Office of Emergency Services Office of Access and Functional Needs (OAFN) works to identify and integrate the needs of all Californians before, during, and after disasters throughout every aspect of the emergency management process.


After a Disaster – Recovery Resources

American Red Cross California Gold Country Region offers disaster relief and recovery services.

California Employment Development Department – Disaster Unemployment Assistance provides services to people and businesses affected by disasters in California.

California Office of Emergency Services Disaster offers information and resources when a disaster is declared.

Catholic Charities of Yolo-Solano Disaster Case Management provides direct case management services to disaster survivors and their families through advocacy, information and referral, crisis intervention services, and recovery services.

Disaster Legal Assistance Hotline offers free brief legal help for survivors of California disasters. Advice on issues related to employment, insurance, repair and construction scams, and FEMA benefits.

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Disaster Assistance provides information, support, services, and a way to access and apply for disaster assistance.

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) – Disaster Legal Services (DLS) provides free legal help to low-income disaster survivors. If you’re not able to get adequate legal services for your disaster-related needs, DLS may be able to help.

SAMSHA Disaster Distress Helpline provides 24/7, 365-day-a-year crisis counseling and support to people experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters.

United Policyholders Roadmap to Recovery serves as an advocate and an information resource for insurance consumers in all 50 states.

United States Small Business Administration (SBA) – Disaster Loans offers disaster assistance in the form of low interest loans to businesses, nonprofit organizations, homeowners, and renters located in regions affected by declared disasters.

Yolo County Office of Emergency Services Post Emergency/Disaster Resources offers helpful information state and federal resources.


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