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Real people Heal People

Jeanette Hernandez outside Redding City Limits
September 24, 2018, 2:43 AM

First of all, let's talk about healing, a community comes together in the need of a disaster. The word REBUILD puzzles myself and others, what are we rebuilding? For example; what we need is a program that brings everyone from all walks of life, get physically involve with picking up a hammer and pound a nail and feel good because you just put hope in someones life that matters.No one is asking for a handout. People are loosing hope real fast, what about a awareness program to unite as one and get those people into a homes by donations given to the community to help build homes.
Real people heal people. Imagine yourself giving a person hope, and it wont cost you a Dime.

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City Manager's Office over 1 year ago

The City of Redding's Community Services department has several opportunities coming up to help clean our open spaces and plant trees that were lost in the fire. The County is working with families to get displaced folks into housing (there are many people still without a home), and have sponsored counseling services as well as Insurance/legal assistance for residents. FEMA and CalOES are working with families who were uninsured/undersinsured to get the money they need to rebuild. These are all separate agencies working together for the good of our residents. None of these entities can do it all for everyone, but together we can provide resources for people who need them. If you know folks who are still trying to find resources, you can refer them to or to the DROC at the rear portion of the Bank of America building to find assistance.


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