- Gou’wil Da Lalouluwuk (Taking Care of People) - Health and Human Services
- Natural Disaster Assistance
Natural Disaster Assistance
- Preparation Before a Natural Disaster
- Disaster Recovery Steps
- 2022/23 Winter Natural Disaster Support
American Red Cross - How to Prepare for a Disaster
Learn how you and your household or business can be prepared for the next disaster with what to do, what to have ready, and feel confident you can assist yourself and others when the time comes.
Prepare For Emergencies | Be Red Cross Ready | American Red Cross
Portable Power Banks for Elder Use During a Power Outage
The Health & Human Services Department Laqilh Haluni' (Valued Elders) program has purchased two medium-size power banks for Elders to use during a power outage. They are available to Elders to power medical equipment (motarized bed, CPAP, nebulizer, or other small medical device) needed for medical and accessibility purposes. To request their use or get on a list for future power outages, contact Peggy or Brian at 707-733-5055.
Humboldt County - Report Damages
"After a local agency declares an emergency, there may be pathways for public agencies and individuals to receive assistance from the State of California and/or federal government, such as the California Office of Emergency Services, Small Business Administration, Federal Emergency Management Agency, and/or US Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency. In addition, the information gathered through damage reports may be used for various post-incident reports, future emergency planning and even legislative advocacy efforts."
Report Damages | Humboldt County, CA - Official Website (humboldtgov.org)
NCIDC Emergency Assistance
In response to the 2022 December Rio Dell earthquake and the January 2023 California cyclone, Northern California Indian Development Council (NCIDC) announced financial assistance to help income-eligible American Indian, Alaskan Native and Native Hawaiian households in California with the cost for small repairs, food assistance, temporary shelter, and similar health and safety-related issues. Click on the link for more information and their application.
NCIDC Offers Emergency Assistance | NCIDC
Wiyot Tribe 2022/23 Winter Natural Disaster Support
For other Wiyot families who do not otherwise qualify for NCIDC's income-based emergency assistance, we have a $125.00 per household to help up to 40 Wiyot families with needs directly related to the 2022 December Rio Dell earthquake and the January 2023 California cyclone.
Complete the application and return to the Health & Human Services Department, 1000 Wiyot Dr, Loleta, CA 95551, fax 707-733-5601, or call Peggy or Brian for assistance at 707-733-5055.