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The catastrophic wildfires facing our region are - unfortunately - something we have come to expect during the dry, summer months. That said, I encourage you to continue to take caution to protect your families, homes, businesses, and communities. I am working in Congress to ensure our region receives the federal assistance we need to fight and manage these wildfires. Please find below a list of federal, state, and local resources to help keep you and your families safe from wildfires. As we continue to navigate this disaster, I will work to ensure this list includes the most up-to-date information possible. 

Please do not hesitate to contact my office should you or a loved one be in need of assistance or guidance. We stand ready to help in any way we can. 

If your community is under an evacuation order, please see this Fire Evacuation Checklist to best equip your family for an evacuation.

Stay safe and God bless,
Dan

Central Washington Wildfire Resource Kit

Federal Resources

To find a Disaster Recovery Center near you, use the DRC Locator or text DRC and your ZIP code to 43362.

State Resources

Resources by County

Adams

Been Evacuated? Call the American Red Cross at (509) 783-6195 or follow this link to find available shelter.

Benton

Been Evacuated? Call the American Red Cross at (509) 783-6195 or follow this link to find available shelter.

Douglas

Been Evacuated? Call the American Red Cross at (509) 326-3330 or follow this link to find available shelter.

Franklin

Been Evacuated? Call the American Red Cross at (509) 783-6195 or follow this link to find available shelter.

Grant

Been Evacuated? Call the American Red Cross at (509) 326-3330 or follow this link to find available shelter.

Okanogan

Been Evacuated? Call the American Red Cross at (509) 326-3330 or follow this link to find available shelter.

Walla Walla

Been Evacuated? Call the American Red Cross at (509) 783-6195 or follow this link to find available shelter.

Yakima

Been Evacuated? Call the American Red Cross at (509) 783-6195 or follow this link to find available shelter.

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