Mission Statement: ROC Sonoma County is a collaborative network that addresses the long-term recovery needs related to the disaster of the 2017 Sonoma County Fires.
From a statement issued by ROC on 03/15/18:
Our Story: ROC Sonoma County grew out of the catalytic efforts of VOAD, FEMA, CA OES, etc. who, based upon experience with communities facing the impact of disasters understand the resources needed to promote long-term recovery for 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 for a coordinated recovery effort for the Sonoma County Fires.
Our Focus: ROC Sonoma County will coordinate the management of the long-term recovery to all Sonoma County community members affected by the Sonoma County Fires who do not have adequate personal resources for basic needs as a result of the disaster.
Our Committees – Besides a Steering Committee, the work of ROC is distributed among ten committees.
Contact Information – If you are interested in learning more you can contact the co-chairs of the ROC Sonoma County Committee:
- Adam Peacocke (Sonoma Church United Relief): 707-235-6506
- Jennielynn Holmes (Catholic Charities): 707-800-2372
Please join us at our general meetings which are held on the fourth Wednesday of every month at 3:00pm at the Salvation Army office, 93 Stony Circle in Santa Rosa. If you are a NEW organization please come to ROC Sonoma County’s orientation at 2:30pm on the fourth Wednesday of every month before the general meetings.
ROC (Rebuilding Our Community) Sonoma County
Hotline – 1-833-513-6977
Website – www.rocsonomacounty.org
Facebook – www.facebook.com/Rebuilding-our-Community-ROC-Sonoma-County-1969826340011712/
Recovery Resources, Sites and Services
Agencies participating in ROC SC will meet with clients needing assistance to conduct a basic triage to understand long term recovery needs and resources. Triage means asking for basic demographic information and a brief set of questions to assess the impact of the fire and eligibility for case management support. If eligible for case management, one will be assigned from a ROC partner agency. If a survivor does not need case management, ROC SC agencies will provide basic needs support and case work as needed and available.
To access long term recovery support and triage please contact the following agencies:
Catholic Charities of Santa Rosa
987 Airway Court in Santa Rosa
Drop in hours Wednesday at 3pm, Fridays at 11am
Community Action Partnership – CAP
141 Stony Circle, Suite 210, Santa Rosa
Jewish Family and Children’s Services
1360 North Dutton Avenue, Suite C, Santa Rosa
1615 Cleveland Avenue, Santa Rosa
Information will be updated as new information is submitted, last updated: 2-5-18.