Wildfire Response and Resources
We are monitoring fires in our region and are ready to respond with water, food, and other critical supplies.
Though some locations have been impacted by the wildfires, the vast majority of pantries and meal sites remain open during this ongoing crisis. Find food assistance and other community resources through the links below.
Oregon Wildfire Resources
The Office of Emergency Management’s online hub includes an interactive map of wildfires and hotspots, road closures, air quality updates and more.
Find Emergency Shelter
If fire has forced you to evacuate your home, shelters are open and available. Food and shelter are provided at no cost.Find a Shelter
Prepare now to keep you, your loved ones and your home safe.Prepare Now
Know Evacuation Levels
Monitor Wildfire Smoke
Wildfire smoke is a mixture of gases and fine particles from burning material. The gases and fine particles can be dangerous if inhaled — especially for children, older adults, and people with heart disease, asthma and other breathing conditions.
Recovering from Wildfires
Wildfires can be particularly stressful because the factors that influence their strength and direction can change at any moment. It is common for people who have lived through these circumstances to experience strong emotions.How to Help Your Loved Ones Cope
Trauma: Tips for Coping
How people respond to trauma varies somewhat from person to person. Individual factors such as how you usually handle stressful situations and what kind of support you have both at work and in your personal life may influence both your short- and long-term reactions.Guide to Dealing with Traumatic Events
Food Industry Support Needed
Bulk non-perishables, water and other critical supplies are needed in communities affected by wildfires — especially canned meals, pouched meals, meal bars, shelf-stable jerky and cold cereal. If you are a Food Industry Partner interested in donating, please reach out as soon as possible.