Recovery centers remain open for wildfire victims

Recovery centers remain open for wildfire victims

24 March 2008

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San Diego, USA — Community recovery centers are open in a number of North County and East County communities, where people continue to need help after the devastating wildfires last fall.

Staff and volunteers at the centers offer fire survivors general information, referrals to assistance agencies, help with erosion control and building materials and insurance workshops.

Local community recovery teams can be reached in Fallbrook at 337 E. Mission Road; in Rancho Bernardo at 16776 Bernardo Center Dr., Suite 110; and in Escondido by calling(760) 746-3473.

Aid at the La Jolla Indian Reservation is available at 22000 Highway 76, Pauma Valley, or by calling (760) 742-3771.

Other centers are in Ramona at 1710 Montecito Road and in Dulzura at 1136 Community Building Road, serving Dulzura, Deerhorn Valley, Jamul, Barrett Junction, Potrero and Tecate.

The recovery teams are expected to offer support for the next two years, said Ted Chan, chair of the San Diego Regional Disaster Fund Board.

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