This is devastating.
Thousands of people have been displaced and trying to find their way forward. With three of five offices underwater in Guerneville and Sebastopol, WCCS moved the Guerneville shelter to Santa Rosa and with our County partners sheltered more than 100 people, activated our evacuation plan at our housing project in Sebastopol (all homeless housing units were towed to safety and were saved) and are offering counseling and mental health support to our neighbors.
But with two behavioral health sites, and our community services office at the Park Village housing project under two feet of water, we need your help. Your support is needed to help us clean up, provide transitional housing to less fortunate clients and provide the cost-effective services necessary (mental health, transportation) to keep our vulnerable neighbors stable and moving forward.