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Rebuilding Our Community Sonoma County (ROC)

ROC Sonoma County grew out of the catalytic efforts of the Sonoma County Fire & Emergency Services Department, Sonoma County VOAD membership, California Office of Emergency Services, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, who, based upon experience understood the resources needed to promote long-term recovery within a community.  The purpose of ROC Sonoma County is to establish and maintain a network within and on behalf of faith-based, non-profit, governmental, business and other organizations and agencies, which will provide a coordinated fire recovery effort.

Mission Statement:  ROC Sonoma County is a collaborative network that addresses the long-term recovery needs related to the disastrous 2017 Sonoma County Fires.

Focus:  Identifying and assisting individuals and families who do not have the adequate personal resources for basic needs as a result of the 2017 Sonoma County Fire.

For Fire survivors in need of access to long-term recovery support:
Please contact the ROC Resource Center to see how they can assist you.
Call:  707-535-3349
Visit:  141 Stony Circle, Suite 204, Santa Rosa; open 8:30a.m. to 5p.m. Monday through Friday

Visit the ROC website

See the Press Democrat article about ROC

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