Is the Helena Fire Impacting You? Trinity County and CalOES Have a Place to Help
Trinity County and the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) are establishing a Local Assistance Center (LAC) to provide information and assistance to those impacted by the Helena fire.
The LAC will provide a single facility at which individuals and families can access available disaster assistance programs and services.
The LAC will include representatives from local and state agencies, as well as non-profit and voluntary organizations.
Local Assistance Center
Mountain Chapel Church
60 Oak Ridge Road
Weaverville, CA 96093
The Local Assistance Center will be open Tuesday, September 5th from 12:00PM-7:00PM, and Wednesday, September 6th from 8:00AM-7:00PM, until further notice. Ongoing need for the Local Assistance Center will be assessed on a daily basis.
Earlier Chapters on the Helena Fire:
- Hwy 299 Closed at Helena Due to Fire
- A 17-Year-Old Mendocino Girl Recounts How She and Friends Fled the Helena Fire in Trinity County
- Hwy 299 Still Closed After 6000 Acre Wildfire Burned Homes and Sent Around 2000 Residents Fleeing
- Smoke Levels Near Helena Fire on 299 Are Hazardous
- Helena: Maps and 299 to Remain Closed
- Governor Brown Declares State of Emergency for Trinity County Due to Wildfire
- Helena Fire Disrupts Frontier Communications’ Service
- Helena Fire Pushes Toward Junction City After Destroying Over 140 Structures; Fork Fire Spreads West
- Helena and Fork Fires: Maps and Morning Update
- As Their Home Burns in the Helena Fire, a Mother and Daughter Are Saved by Passing Heros
- 299 to Open Twice This Evening
- Hwy 299 to Open Multiple Times Today
- Helena: Containment Creeps Upwards in Some Areas But Fire Continues to Expand
- Schools Closed Due to Smoke or Wildfires