Community Services

Housing Assistance

Unfortunately, we do not have funding for rental or deposit assistance. Below please find some numbers to contact regarding rental assistance.  You can also call 211 or go to to ask for further agency information.

Desafortunadamente, no contamos con fondos para asistencia de alquiler o depósito. A continuación, encontrará algunos números para comunicarse con respecto a la asistencia de alquiler. También puede llamar al 211 o visitar para solicitar más información sobre la agencia.

Agency Phone Extension
Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment Institute 213-804-3161
CityServe Network 661-371-2650
Community Housing Development Corporation of North Richmond 510-412-9290
International Rescue Committee, Inc. 510-452-8222
Monument Impact 925-682-8248
Northern California Land Trust 510-548-7878 ext 2
Richmond Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc. dba Neighborhood Housing Services, of the East Bay 510-237-6459 ext 1601
SHELTER, Inc. 925-338-1038

You might also find resources available at these websites:
También puede encontrar recursos disponibles en estos sitios web:

If you find yourself in need of help with food, we do have a pantry that is open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 10-12 and 1-3. It is located at:
Si necesita ayuda con la comida, tenemos una despensa que está abierta los lunes, martes, miércoles y viernes de 10 a 12 y de 1 a 3. Está localizado en:

The Salvation Army
3950 Clayton RD
Concord, CA, 94521

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Wildfire Response Information


  • Please remember, you can also find the latest on That’s where we are sending donors to make gifts to general EDS.

Caldor Fire
  • El Dorado County
  • 143,951 acres
  • 12% contained
  • Started August 14
  • 650 structures destroyed 37 structures damaged
Our Response
  • Stockton Crew (demobilizing after dinner tomorrow) (Oroville & Garden street crew to take over their sites on Sunday)
    • 150 meals/day at Cameron Park Community Center in Cameron Park
    • 22 meals/day Rolling Hills Church in El Dorado Hills
  • Santa Rosa Crew (ending their service after breakfast on Monday, Yuba team will replace them starting with lunch on Monday)
o 540 meals/day at Green Valley Community Church in Placerville (to begin cooking out of Lion’s Club Kitchen on Monday)
  • We are on standby in Reno to serve meals for evacuees

Monument Fire
  • Burning in Trinity County
  • Started July 30
  • 160,148 acres
  • 22%
  • 50 structures destroyed, 3 structure damaged
Our Response
  • Eureka Crew
    • 60 meals/day Fire House Pavilion in Fortuna (Dixie and Monument Fire evacuees)
    • 27 meals/day Willow Creek Bible Church in Willow Creek
Dixie Fire
  • 5 counties; Shasta, Butte, Plumas, Tehama and Lassen Counties
  • 750,672 acres
  • 46% contained
  • Started July 14
  • 1,273 structures destroyed, 92 structures damaged (you can find a map of homes destroyed on
Our Response
  • Redding & Eureka
    • Evacuees from Dixie and Monument fire are being served in Red Bluff & Fortuna. See above for details.


Hurricane Ida Response
Emergency response teams converge on impacted states as impacts continue

As the initial effects of Hurricane Ida are being felt, The Salvation Army is activating a massive operation to meet immediate need through feeding, sheltering, emotional and spiritual care, and other services for survivors and first responders. Their network of trained disaster staff and volunteers are on the ground in Louisiana and surrounding states. With more than 7,600 centers of operation across the country, The Salvation Army is uniquely positioned to mobilize and serve communities before, during, and after a natural disaster strikes.

Hurricane Ida made landfall on Sunday, August 29 as a category 4 hurricane and brought with it sustained winds, torrential rain, and dangerous storm surge to New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and additional communities along the Gulf Coast “We are looking at a major relief operation that could span many weeks,” said Emergency Disaster Services Director of The Salvation Army’s Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi Division, William Trueblood. “With the numerous assets being sent in from surrounding states, we are well prepared to start helping those in need. Power is still out in most of southern Louisiana and roads are continuing to flood, but we are working to overcome those obstacles and make the most impact we possibly can. Financial donations are always appreciated and go a long way toward helping us reach those hit hardest by the storm.”

Food Pantry