Posts Tagged California

Governor’s Office of Emergency Services Visits Site of Direct Relief’s New Headquarters

Direct Relief hosted a key official from the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services Thursday to discuss the critical role of partnerships […]

Emergency Update: Northern California Flooding

On Feb. 24, 2017, in response to requests from Lake County Public Health and Santa Clara County Better Health Pharmacy in San Jose, […]

Oroville Dam Crisis: With Evacuation Orders Lifted, Direct Relief Coordinates with State Officials on Response

As a long-serving member of the California Emergency Management Agency’s Business and Utility Operations Center (BUOC) — an association of private, public […]

Medical Aid Offered to Evacuees of Oroville Dam Area

Nearly 200,000 people have been told to evacuate the area surrounding the Oroville Dam in Northern California. Many were forced to leave their […]

Emergency Update: Rey Fire, Santa Barbara

Adding to the list of wildfires burning through California, the Rey Fire has broken out within miles of Direct Relief’s medical distribution warehouse […]

El Niño: Mapping Health Risks for California’s Most Vulnerable

El Nino Story Map

A geospatial analysis by Direct Relief has identified communities in California’s Los Angeles, San Luis Obispo, Yolo, Lake, and Trinity counties as facing […]