- WILDFIRE.OREGON.GOV is the best place for up-to-date information and resources. It is updated regularly as new information is available.
- FEMA: Disaster Assistance Registration Flyer (English/Spanish)
- FEMA: Fact Sheet: Oregonians Affected by Wildfires (English)
- Information for renters affected by wildfires
- Disaster Assistance: Spanish FAQs
- Advice for Returning to a Home that Survived a Wildfire
- How to Safely Manage Ash and Debris from Burned Buildings
- Oregon Housing and Community Services Wildfire Housing Damage Relief Program
- County resources – Links to emergency information for all 36 Oregon counties
- DevNW wildfire recovery navigation flyer
- Community resources: list of wildfire-related resources compiled by the Oregon Health Authority
Food assistance available for households affected by wildfires
Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (DSNAP) provides one month of temporary food assistance benefits on an Oregon EBT card to eligible disaster survivors and can help with issuing supplemental SNAP benefits for ongoing households. To be eligible for DSNAP, a household must live or work in the disaster area, have been affected by the disaster and meet certain eligibility criteria.
Pre-registration for DSNAP runs through Oct. 22. The application is online at this link. If you need assistance, please call 211 or the Aging and Disability Resource Connection at 1-855-ORE-ADRC.
DSNAP is available for those who lived or worked in Clackamas, Douglas, Jackson, Klamath, Lane, Lincoln, Linn and Marion counties on Sept. 7, 2020. More information is available on the DSNAP webpage.
Help Replacing Medical Equipment and Prescriptions for Oregon Health Plan Members
If you have any trouble replacing things like durable medical equipment, supplies or prescriptions, your coordinated care organization (CCO) can help. Find your CCO contact information here: http://ow.ly/jprH50BoEAi. If you’re an OHP member with an open card, contact Member Services at: 800-273-0557.
Symptoms: Smoke or Covid-19?
Download a helpful guide from the Oregon Health Authority on symptoms caused by smoke and Covid-19. The PDF document also contains links to the CDC self-checker to help determine if you need to contact a health provider.