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The Fenk Family on The Doctors
Pacific Union Recorder, December 2015 Fenk family - members of the Middletown church who lost their home in the Valley Fire - appeared on the TV show "The Doctors." Click here to see their story on "The Doctors" website, and then see their response to the surprises the show had in store for the family.
Middletown Seventh-day Adventist Church after #ValleyFire
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Distribution Centers for help

Sean K. Robinson, Jim, and Seth Cantu "Call for Volunteers" at the Relief Center
Releif Supplies Operated by Adventist Community Services
857 11th Street,
Lakeport, CA
(707) 530-1560
10-5 Monday & Wednesday
(revised 3-9-2016)
 Adventist Community Services-Video

"A Call For Volunteers" Help needed in running the relief center. Call Seth Cantu for details:
(707) 530-1560

Cobb Mountain Lions Club
15780 Botte Rock Road
Cobb, CA
707 928-4568
Hours: Sunday 10-2
Wednesday 10-5
Thursday 10-5

First Baptist Church Clearlake
15440 Pear Avenue, Clearlake, CA 95422
707 994-5148
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday,9-11
First Baptist Church of Clearlake on Facebook

Middletown Bible Church Facebook page

St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store
16125 Orchard St, Lower Lake, CA 95457
(707) 995-1724
Monday,  Wednesday, & Saturday 10-3

Work Right Warehouse facebook page
Closed down 2/26/2016.


If you would like to make a monetary donation to facilitate the emergency response, these are some options:


Information and resources:

Check out this Website with official resources for the Valley, Rocky, and Jerusalem Fire Recovery.
  1. FEMA: If you sustained losses or damages call 1-800-621-3362 or go to DisasterAssistance.gov
  2. Habitat for Humanity is ready to start working in Lake County.  They will help with Wheel Chair Ramps - even for those who are renting. Habitat for Humanity has an initial fundraising goal of $75,000 towards this Initiative. $20,000 has already been committed to the cause. For a donation of $3,000 a wheelchair ramp or lift can be supplied to a person in need. The more funds that are raised the more disabled Lake County residents will be helped. You are encouraged to send donations towards the purchase of wheel chair ramps and lifts for the community to Habitat for Humanity Lake County, PO Box 1830, Lower Lake, CA 95457. Or if you have a wheelchair ramp or lift to donate, please call the Habitat office at 707.994.1100. Your donation is tax deductible!
  3. Saint Vincent DePaul has House in a Box Kits that will require storage until the homeowners who receive them can unpack and construct the furniture inside the box’s. Each box is varied in size depending on the size of the family that would receive them. 

- Congressman Thompson announced that a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grant has been made to California to cover 75% of costs of fire supression, safety and recovery needs. 
-Valley Fire Information from Cal Fire

Information and Support Hotline: 888-565-2787
Call to speak with a live representative to learn more about Valley Fire information and resources, including completing a damage assessment survey. We encourage you to review this website for updated news and information before calling.

Hours of Operation:
As of 09/21/2015: 9AM-- 9PM, every day of the week until services are no longer needed

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