The disaster recovery center established for families impacted by the Waldo Canyon Fire served more than 400 people Saturday, the first day of operations.
The center is located at 105 North Spruce Street and offers a centralized location where anyone affected by the fire can find resources. Those resources include:
Colorado Office of Emergency Management (DOLA)
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
Colorado Springs Utilities
Colorado Springs Emergency Management
AspenPointe (Mental Health Services)
El Paso County Veterans Services Office
United Way of the Pikes Peak Region
Care and Share (Community Food Bank)
Allstate, State Farm, Farmers, USAA, Safeco, American Family, AAA, Traveller’s, Liberty Mutual and many other Insurance Companies
Peak Vista (Community Health)
SET Health Services
Red Cross of the Pikes Peak Region
CSU Extension Service
Colorado Division of Insurance
Liberty Mutual Reconstruction Team
Pikes Peak Association of Realtors
CRS Temporary Housing
The disaster recovery center is open daily from 9:00 a.m. through 7:00 p.m. The only exception is July 4th, when it will be open between 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
“We wanted to provide a central location for those who have been impacted by this fire directly to come and reconstruct their lives,” County Commissioner Sallie Clark said.
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