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CRISIS INTERVENTION & PREVENTION - SCH

SIERRA COMMUNITY HOUSE #64062775


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  • 948 Incline Way
    Incline Village, Washoe
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  • Phone 1
    530-214-5141

Crisis Intervention and Family Support 
For suicide prevention and support please call our 24-hour Crisis Line at 800-736-1060 or the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-237-8255.  For more resources please visit the Tahoe Truckee Suicide Prevention Coalition at www.tahoelifeline.org.

For folks needing Crisis Advocacy please call our Crisis Line at 1-800-736 -1060. 
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Formerly known as Tahoe SAFE Alliance, Sierra Community House’s Crisis Intervention and Prevention Program is dedicated to serving victims of intimate partner / domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse.

All services are free and available in multiple languages. Sierra Community House will not discriminate against anyone based on actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender, or disability.

GET HELP NOW: IF SOMEONE IS HURTING YOU, PLEASE CALL OUR CRISIS LINE AT 800-736-1060 OR EMAIL&… [read more]
EMERGENCY DISASTER RELIEF - LU

LIBERTY UTILITIES #74672165


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  • Liberty Utilities
    1-800-782-2506

Liberty Utilities has implemented an Emergency Disaster Relief Program that provides protections to customers affected by wildfire and other natural disasters. In the event that a State of Emergency is declared at the state or federal level, protections would be available to customers who experience loss or disruption of the delivery or receipt of utility service and/or resulted in the degradation of the quality of utility service.

If these criteria are met, Liberty Utilities will:
  • Waive deposit requirements for residents seeking to re-establish service for one year and expedite move-in and move-out service requests
  • Stop estimated energy usage for billing attributed to the time period when the home/unit was unoccupied as a result of the emergency
  • Discontinue billing
  • Prorate any monthly access charge or minimum charges
  • Implement payment plan options for residential customers
  • Suspend disconnection for non-payment and associated fees, waiver of deposit and late fee requirements
  • Provide su…
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EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS INFORMATION FOR HOME & FAMILY - NC OES

NEVADA COUNTY OFFICE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES #10456348


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  • Eric Rood Administrative Center
    Nevada City, Nevada

In the event of disaster, the Ready Nevada County dashboard will display real time data.
READY NEVADA COUNTY DASHBOARD
 - https://nevcounty.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=dfae8e3b36e3455bbf9dcc865349e72e

The Nevada County Office of Emergency Services (OES) is responsible for coordinating with County departments, municipalities, key stakeholders, and special districts to mitigate against, prepare for, respond to, and recover from all disasters.

Ready Nevada County is an effort coordinated by OES to raise awareness and mobilize the community to prevent and prepare for wildfire.

As of 4/27/22 the 2022 editions of the READY, SET, GO! Handbooks are not yet available.
English Handbook - 2021 READY, SET, GO! Handbook

https://www.nevadacountyca.gov/DocumentCenter/View/38222/RNC2021_Handbook-WEB
Includes info about evacuation planning and checklists.

Spanish Handbook - 2021 ¡PREPARADOS, LISTOS, A EVACUAR! Manual
https://www.nevadacountyca.gov/DocumentCenter/View… [read more]
GENERATOR AND BATTERY REBATE PROGRAM - PG&E

PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY #75616870


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  • 127 East Main Street
    Grass Valley, Nevada
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  • 24-hour Emergency Reporting
    800-743-5000

Qualifications for the Residential Generator and Battery Rebate Program (GBRP) are as follows:
Customer must have a Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) active Electric account tied to a qualifying address (Site), has not participated in PG&E’s Customer Resiliency Programs which include the California Foundation of Independent Living Centers Disability Disaster Access and Resources Program, the Portable Battery Program, and the Self-Generation Incentive Program AND customer must meet ONE of the following criteria: [read more]
GEOGRAPHIC ZONES MAP - PG&E

PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY #72991169


PG&E Geographic Zones - https://www.pge.com/pge_global/common/pdfs/safety/emergency-preparedness/natural-disaster/wildfires/2019-PGE-Geographic-Zones.pdf.

Areas of Nevada and Placer Counties that are served by PG&E are in Zone 5.

Zone outlines are based on the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) High Fire Threat Map https://www.cpuc.ca.gov/firethreatmaps/ (info about the map). CPUC Fire Map is here: https://ia.cpuc.ca.gov/firemap/
HOW TO FILE A COMPLAINT - CPUC

CALIFORNIA PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION #76602312


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  • 505 Van Ness Avenue
    San Francisco, San Francisco

Following a wildfire, storm, or other disaster, residents who continue to experience outage issues or other utility concerns after contacting their utility provider should submit a complaint with the California Public Utilities Commission's online form here: https://appsssl.cpuc.ca.gov/cpucapplication/

Be ready to provide:
  • Name of the Utility Provider
  • Full name of the customer. If you are not the customer of record, you must be authorized to discuss the account with the utility company.
  • Account Number
  • Service Address (the physical location of the service. Is it a residence or business?).
  • Mailing Address (if different from service address).
  • Area code and phone number that pertains to the dispute.
  • A phone number where we can reach you.
  • Details of your complaint. Please be specific and provide as much information as possible such as a chronological order of dispute. For example, the dates that charges were billed, the location of the safety concern, etc.
  • Include t…
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LOW INCOME HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (LIHEAP) - PG

PROJECT GO, INC. #13871002


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  • 801 Vernon Street
    Roseville, Placer
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  • Phone 1
    916-782-3443

Project GO processes applications for Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). Project Go also processes applications for utility payment assistance through the American Relief Plan Act (ARPA) of 2021 while funds last. It is the same application as for LIHEAP and Project Go staff can determine which program is most appropriate for different people to apply for. As of November 2021, LIHEAP can pay up to $1,000 to qualified applicants and ARPA can pay up to $3,000.

What is LIHEAP?
LIHEAP stands for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program; this program helps low-income people pay the cost of heating and cooling their homes.
LIHEAP is a federally funded program, and many Californians can qualify.​​
LIHEAP can offer a one-time payment to help you:​​​​​
  • Pay your heating or cooling bills, even if you use wood, propane, or oil.​
  • In an emergency or energy crisis, such as a utility disconnection.​​
In addition to help with paying ​​your energy… [read more]
NEVADA COUNTY AMIH PROGRAMS

AMI HOUSING, INC #65391549


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  • 11768 Atwood Road, Suite #6
    Auburn, Placer

AMI Housing, Inc (AMIH) is a California 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that provides housing, employment  and life skills programs to residents of Placer & Nevada County, who otherwise might be homeless. AMIH also manages and operates Nevada County Housing Development Corporation.​

Nevada County NCHDC Programs

MHSA Permanent Housing (Winters Haven) - 12 beds available

NCHDC owns two single family homes, all funded through the California Mental Health Services Act.  Residents receive supportive services through a partnership with Nevada County Behavioral Health and Turning Point Community Programs.  There is no time limit for residency and each resident has their own room.  Residents pay approximately 30% of their income towards rent and utilities. 

Summer’s Haven / Home Anew HUD Permanent Housing - 21 one or two bedroom apartments

Residents pay up to 30% of their income for rent and utilities.  Individuals will receive supportive… [read more]
PARKS AND RECREATION - TCPUD

TAHOE CITY PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT #65631155


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  • After-Hours
    530-546-1215

Tahoe City Public Utility District: Parks and Recreation provides information on parks, beaches, recreation programs and classes.
PLACER COUNTY AMIH PROGRAMS

AMI HOUSING, INC #65391547


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  • 11768 Atwood Road, Suite #6
    Auburn, Placer

AMI Housing, Inc (AMIH) is a California 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that provides transitional housing, employment  and life skills programs to residents of Placer & Nevada County, who otherwise might be homeless. AMIH also manages and operates Nevada County Housing Development Corporation.

Placer County AMIH Programs

Transitional Housing - 24 beds available

Six residents share homes located in Roseville, Rocklin, or Auburn for up to two years.  This program is designed to support individuals in their recovery process.  Individual goals are identified and residents are supported in their efforts to live independently within the community.  Supportive Services are provided by our case manager, Turning Point Community Programs, and through our partnership with the Placer County Adult System of Care. Groceries, transportation, rent, utilities, and supportive services are included. 

Transitional Age Youth Housing - 5 beds available

Fiv… [read more]