California Human Development's Fire Resource Center is Closing
posted 6 months ago by JBrager from California Human Development
California Human Development has had the honor of assisting more than 5,000 fire survivors in the wake of last fall's disaster. We know that our community's recovery will take many years. It has been a privilege to participate in the last 8 months of the recovery process by providing assistance to survivors with basic needs. Our programs have come to completion and our Wildfire Relief & Resource Center is closing for the time being.
CHD will continue to be in service to people in need in our community by operating its many other programs. Please see our website for more information: www.cahumandevelopment.org
Many thanks to all of you for your role in the fire recovery process, and best wishes to the many people in the process of rebuilding homes and lives.
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