From Napa Valley Register: Rebuilding program to help victims of 2014 earthquake  

September 25, 2015 • 

The South Napa Earthquake Recovery Group is encouraging Napa County homeowners who initially reported damages from last year’s earthquake to a government agency or at the Local Assistance Center to contact a case manager regarding the Homeowner Continued Rebuilding Program.

The Homeowner Continued Rebuilding Program is a part of Phase III of the Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund. The fund, managed by the Napa Valley Community Foundation, was created with a $10 million lead gift from the Napa Valley Vintners following the 2014 South Napa Earthquake.

The South Napa Earthquake Recovery Group has partnered with the Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership which will act as the fiscal sponsor of the Homeowner Continued Rebuilding Program.

This program will make direct assistance and materials available to eligible homeowners in Napa County who are still experiencing health, safety and habitability damages that were caused by the South Napa earthquake.

To be eligible for support from the fund, homeowners must have a red tag or have an independent verification of earthquake-related damage that affects the health, safety and habitability of their home.

Homeowners need to contact a case manager for information about eligibility and the application process.

The deadline to apply is Dec. 31. For fastest response, send an email to the rebuilding program at info@southnapaeq.org. If you do not have access to email, please call 707-652-9999.

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