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Disaster Case Management Program

Contact Us

(530)283-2735

Disaster Case Manager Coordinator
 
Nancy Presser, ext. 832
  
 
Disaster Case Managers
 
Irshad Stolden, ext 831
 
Priscilla Flores, ext 835
 
Monica Corona, ext 836
 
Misty Eckels, ext 838
 
Patricia Elliott, ext 881
 
Alisha Wilson, ext 882
 
Adam Toler, ext 885
 
 
 

Intake & Referral Specialists

Ivan Hunter, ext 883
 
Lexi Treumer, ext 887
 
 
 

Donation Opportunities

PRS offers a variety of immediate, short-term and long-term assistance to survivors of natural disasters, including the Dixie Fire of 2021. Our Disaster Resource Management staff can assist you with clarifying your needs, identifying resources and assistance to meet those needs, and applying for aid, as appropriate. You guide the process in terms of what help you would like to access. Assistance available can include, but is not limited to:

  • household goods, clothing and emergency food
  • heating assistance and supplies to insulate living arrangements against the elements
  • names and contact information for organizations providing additional support
  • connections and referrals to other PRS and non-PRS services (including those not specific to disaster recovery)
  • simple and complex case management to support those looking to rebuild their homes and their lives after a disaster
  • assistance navigating local, state and federal aid programs

Our staff is local, connected to the community, well trained, and trauma-informed. This means they offer their help with an understanding of the area, what our communities have gone through, and an approach that promotes healing and recovery.

Disaster Case Managers(DCM) are available on-site at the
Rebuilding Greenville Resource Center(RGRC)
during normal operating days
Tuesday to Saturday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

To reach a DCM after RGRC hours
call 530-283-2735 ext. 832
If this is an Emergency after 5pm call
Plumas County Crisis Line # 530-283-4333

Affected by the Dixie fire? Looking for ways to help? Join the Rebuilding Greenville Resource Center Facebook Group page.

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The Plumas County Dixie Fire Resource Sheet linked below is updated frequently to provide information on all resources available to victims of the Dixie Fire.

Dixie Fire Information

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