Your HR team is providing the information on this page to assist you in case you and your family are affected by a disaster.

California is always susceptible to earthquakes, wildfires, and mudslides, especially in areas affected by recent fires. Here are just a few links that can help in times of crisis.

Southern California residents who suffered damage or losses can now register for financial assistance with FEMA. LEARN MORE

California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE)

Orange County Fire Authority

California Wildfires Resources

211OC Disaster Volunteer Corps
2-1-1 is a central point for public information, including in times of disaster, to help those affected find recovery assistance. Find assistance for housing, groceries, utilities and more.

Chancellor’s Emergency Fund. This fund exists to support UCI faculty, students and staff in times of emergency.



The Federal Trade Commission has information for people who want to help Hurricane Harvey victims, and for those who are dealing with and recovering from its long-term effects. Learn more at www.FTC.gov/weatheremergencies.

Safety and Recovery After a HurricaneProvided by ComPsych, UCI’s Employee Assistance Program, this PDF provides safety tips and precautions.

What happened to my world? Helping children cope with natural disaster and catastrophe. Author Jim Greenman is Senior Vice President of Education and Program Development for Bright Horizons Family Solutions. What happened to my world

On-Demand Webinar. Emotional Resilience in The Aftermath Of Harvey & Irma. Learn more

On-Demand Webinar. Coping With Uncertainty After Hurricane Maria.
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