By Meg Upon
The Rebuilding Greenville Resource Center (RGRC) plan to move out of the Crescent Hotel is on temporary hold. It is still open and operating at the Crescent Hotel.
The center is no longer taking deliveries of donations, nor is it taking firewood applications at Crescent Mills RV and Boat Storage.
On Tuesday, Jan. 25, however the staff and volunteers will be attending a “Trauma-Informed Services” training that will aid them in helping Dixie Fire survivors. The center will be open 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Updates for the Rebuild Greenville Resource Center can be found on their facebook page for those that use social media.
Monetary tax-deductible donations to support the centers efforts can be made through Plumas Rural Services, which is now providing fiscal and administrative support (https://form.jotform.com/213464470431046). There is also an updated list of emergency hardware, household goods and foods needed is maintained on the RGRC’s facebook page pinned under Featured posts and at www.plumasruralservices.org/Disaster-Resource-Management-Services.
Other services that are available, such as emergency heating services for those running out of fuel, are available by contacting Penny Robbins at (530) 282-7000.
Case management services are also available via phone. Case management can be both immediate needs and navigating resources available in the short-term as well as long-term, plans of action to get re-established, including assistance to apply for financial support from the Dixie Fire Collaborative. Contact Nancy Presser at (530) 283-2735 x832 or Irshad Stolden at (530) 283-2735 x831.
For all other unmet needs, donations, and questions about RGRC, contact coordinator Lara Wheeler via text (her preferred method of communication) at (530) 778-4309, phone at (530) 283-2735, x833, or fax at (530) 778-4309.