Oregon wildfire resources

Oregon wildfire resources

The fire danger remains very high throughout Oregon. Residents and visitors in Oregon should listen to local officials for instructions and be ready to take action immediately. Those who are in a safe place can help by staying home and off the road. People should stay informed, be ready, and know where to go and what to bring if they must evacuate.

The American Red Cross (ARC), in coordination with the State of Oregon, is providing both congregate and non-congregate sheltering, which may include hotel stays and support to those evacuated in RVs or vehicles. Wildfire evacuees who are seeking shelter should visit an evacuation center to be screened and provided with sheltering options.

The list of ARC shelters operating in Oregon can be found at: www.redcross.org/get-help/disaster-relief-and-recovery-services/find-an-open-shelter.

The Oregon wildfire disaster is federally supported, state managed and locally executed. FEMA and the federal family are working with and for Oregon to help protect lives and property.

Survivors should register for the Red Cross Safe and Well program at SafeandWell.communityos.org to find loved ones and let them know they are safe.

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