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.
UCI EMERGENCY RESOURCES
As the UCI Community copes with both the COVID-19 pandemic, devastating wildfires, flooding and mudslides across the state, this is a reminder that UCI has a variety of resources available to help.
Emergency resources from UC’s benefits plans on UCnet provides details about the support and accommodations available to you, from emergency supplies of your essential prescriptions to loans from your voluntary retirement savings plan.
UCI Emergency Updates
UCI Employee Experience Center
UCI Employee Assistance Program
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)
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.
UCI Employee Assistance Program – is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for both crisis and non-crisis circumstances
UCI Faculty and Staff Support Services
What happened to my world? Helping children cope with natural disaster and catastrophe.