Wildfire Recovery & Rebuilding

Additional Resources

The purpose of this site is to provide Shasta County and the City of Redding residents with information on additional resources to help with their recovery.

Resources for those affected by Carr and Delta fires

Shasta 2-1-1 has compiled a list of resources available for those who need them.


If you're looking for ways to help the community, this is a great place to start looking!

Delta Fire Information

The United States Forestry Service (USFS) and CalFire are managing the Delta Fire. For detailed information about fire activity, evacuations, and road closures visit the Delta Fire Incident Website.

Community Services

Shasta County Health and Human Services


Child Abuse Hotline:


24-hr mental health:

530-225-5252 or 888-385-5201

Suicide help:


Elder Abuse Hotline:


Shasta 2-1-1

  • www.211norcal.org

  • Text your zip code to 898211

  • Call 2-1-1

  • TTY users may dial 855-211-7822

If you have a missing pet, or have found one during the Carr Fire, the following are resources that may help.

www.havenhumane.org and (530) 241-2550

A local group has compiled lists of pets that have been found or are still reported missing, so check out: https://www.facebook.com/groups/444959929320339/permalink/445524125930586/ and carrfirepets.robin@gmail.com.

For volunteering, housing, and other community centered information, visit www.strongerthancarr.com.


If you have any questions that aren't answered on this site, please review the FAQ. If your question hasn't already been asked and answered, submit your question here.

Shasta County and the City of Redding are receiving a high number of questions. We are working around the clock to respond to questions and get services back to normal. During this time we appreciate your patience and understanding if your questions are not immediately answered.