NCIDC Offers Emergency Assistance
Northern California Indian Development Council, Inc (NCIDC) is mounting an
emergency and disaster assistance effort in response to recent earthquakes,
severe storms, and similar natural phenomenon. We are accepting applications
from affected, income-eligible American Indian, Alaskan Native and Native
Hawaiian households in California.
NCIDC may be able to assist with the cost for small repairs, food assistance,
temporary shelter, and similar health and safety-related issues. We can
customize case-management responses for issues on an as-needed and
NCIDC can assist with the cost for hot water tank repairs, heating system
repairs, and similar health and safety-related issues caused by earthquake
damage. They are also offering food assistance due to failed refrigeration, and
can customize case-management responses for other issues on an as-needed
and eligible basis.
NCIDC’s online intake is at: intake.ncidc.org
You can also call us at 707-445-8451 (or toll free at 800-566-2381) and ask for
emergency services to discuss the intake process and determine your eligibility
for services with a case manager.