Health Information

N95 Distribution Points

Santa Paula Community Center, 530 W Main Street
Santa Paula Fire Department Station 82, 536 W Main Street
BH - Santa Paula Youth & Family Clinic, 725 E. Main Street
Santa Paula - West Clinic, 254 W. Harvard Blvd
Ventura County Fair – Red Cross Shelter, 10 W. Harbor Blvd
EP Foster Library, 651 E. Main Street
Beth Torah Temple, 7620 Foothill Road
Barranca Vista Center, 7050 Ralston Street
Museum of Ventura County, 100 E. Main Street
Hill Road Library, 1070 S. Hill Road
Saticoy Library, 1292 Los Angeles Avenue
San Jon Yard, 336 San Jon Road
City Hall, 501 Poli Street (entrance at back parking lot)
Academic Family Medicine Center, 3291 Loma Vista Road, Building 340, Suite 201
West Ventura Medical Clinic, 133 W Santa Clara Street
Ventura County Health Care Agency, 5851 Thille Street
Ventura County Health Care Agency, 2323 Knoll Drive # 414
Government Center - Hall of Administration, 800 S. Victoria Avenue
BH - Ventura Adult Outpatient, 4258 Telegraph Road
BH - Ventura Youth & Family Clinic, 5740 Ralston Street
CVS Pharmacy, 5900 Telegraph Road
Ventura ADP, 24 E. Main Street
Ventura DUI Programs - 5850 Thille Street
Oxnard College Gymnasium – Red Cross Shelter, 4000 S Rose Avenue
North Las Islas Family Medical Group, 2400 S C Street
South Las Islas Family Medical Group, 2400 S C Street
Ventura County Public Health-South, 2500 S C Street
Ventura County Public Health-North, 2240 E Gonzales Road
United Farm Workers, 920 South A Street
Vons, 1291 S. Victoria Avenue
Channel Islands Harbor Patrol,.3900 Pelican Way (Hours 8am-5pm)
BH - Oxnard Youth & Family Clinic, 1911 Williams Drive #150
BH - South Oxnard Youth & Family Outpatient, 2500 S. 'C' Street Suite #D
Mandalay Bay Women and Children's Medical Group, 2000 Outlet Center Drive Suite #110
Soliz Library (El Rio), 2820 Jourdan Street
Oxnard Library (Main), 251 S. 'A' Street, (M-Th 9am-8pm, Sat. 9am-530pm, Sun
Oxnard Branch Library (South), 4300 Saviers Road, (M-Th 9am-8pm, Sat 9am-5:30pm)
Oxnard Colonia Branch Library, 1500 Camino Del Sol #26 (M-Th 12pm-6pm)
Oxnard Service Center, 214 South 'C' Street (M-Th 8am-6pm, Alt Fri 9am-5pm)
Oxnard Human Resources, 300 W. 3rd Street (M-Th 8am-6pm, Fri 8am-5pm)
Oxnard Fire Department Administration, 360 W. 2nd Street (m-Th 8am-6pm, Alt Fri 8am-5pm)
Nordhoff High School, 1401 Maricopa Hwy
**Look for the Red Cross vehicle**
Ojai City Hall, 401 South Ventura Street
Ojai Hospital, 1306 Maricopa Hwy
Ojai Library, 111 E. Ojai Avenue
Meiners Oaks Library, 114 N. Padre Juan Avenue, Meiners Oaks
Oak View Library, 555 Mahoney Avenue, Oak View
Fillmore Fire Department Station 91, 711 Sespe Avenue
BH - Fillmore Youth & Family Clinic, 828 Ventura Street Suite 240
City of Camarillo, 601 Carmen Drive
Clinicas Camarillo, 731 Paseo Camarillo
Las Posas Family Medical Group, 3801 Las Posas Road #214 (M-F 8am-5pm)
Arroyo Vista Recreation Center, 4550 Tierra Rejada Road
Moorpark Family Medical, 612 Spring Road
Conejo Valley Family Medical Group, 125 W. Thousand Oaks Blvd (M-Th 9am-12am, Fri 9am-10pm, Sat & Sun 9am-5pm)
Dos Vientos Community Center, 4801 Borchard Road
Borchard Community Center, 190 N. Reino Road
Goebel Senior Center, 1385 E. Janss Road (M-Th 8:30am-9pm, Fri 8:30am-5:30pm, Sat 12pm-4pm)
Sierra Vista Family Medical Clinic, 1227 East Los Angeles Avenue (M-F 9am-7pm, Sat & Sun 8am-5pm)
Simi Valley Police Department, 3901 Alamo Street
Santa BarbaraGoleta Valley Community Center,, ( 5679 Hollister Ave ) 1pm – 7 pm
Goleta City Hall,, ( 130 Cremona Drive ) 8 am – 5pm
Santa BarbaraFranklin Community Center, 1136 East Montecito Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93103
Santa Barbara Public Library, 40 East Anapamu Street , Santa Barbara, CA 93101 10 am - 7 pm
Santa BarbaraAlbertson’s in Carpinteria, 1018 Casitas Pass Road, Carpinteria, CA 93013
Santa BarbaraBuellton CVS (ask store staff), 2218 East Hwy 246, Buellton, CA 93463 8 am - 10 pm
Santa BarbaraLompoc Home Depot, 1701 East Ocean, Lompoc
7 am - 9 pm

Guide to Disaster Assistance Services

The Guide to Disaster Assistance Services for Californians provides detailed information about the types of federal, state and local disaster assistance services available in the state. There are no costs to apply for these programs. Download the Guide

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For information on health concerns related to a disaster you can contact 916-650-6416 or visit the California Department of Public Health website at:

Cal/OSHA Issues Notice for Worker Safety During Fire Cleanup
Cal/OSHA has posted materials that provide guidance for employers and workers on working safely during fire cleanup.

Particle Pollution and Your Health
The United States Environmental Protection Agency provides an in-depth Q&A on air quality and particle pollution.

The United States Environmental Protection Agency explains health effects from asbestos, where to find it and how it affects your family, schools and cleanup sites.

Tips for Protecting Yourself from Asbestos
EPA is leading the survey, collection and disposal of household hazardous waste (HHW) at nearly 7,000 residential and commercial parcels affected by the fires in Sonoma and Napa counties. As part of this effort, EPA will also address asbestos found on properties. This work will clear the way for later removal of ash and debris, allowing the rebuilding process to begin.

How Smoke from Fires Can Affect Your Health
Fact sheet from the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) on how smoke from fires can affect your health.

Check the Air Quality Where You Live
Wildfires cause poor air quality not only for the affected county but often for neighboring communities and beyond. Track the air quality in your area. Learn how to Protect Yourself During Wildfire – N95 Filter Masks. NIOSH-Approved N95 Respirators.

Tips for Choosing Indoor Air Cleaner for Effective Indoor Smoke Removal in California

California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal EPA) Fire Incident Page

Use of Particulate Respirators (Masks) to Protect from Wildfire Smoke or Ash

Using Disposable Respirators (English and Spanish)

State Public Health Officer Urges Californians to Limit Exposure to Wildfire Smoke

Return Home Ash Guide

Return Home Ash Guide – Spanish

Worker Safety During Fire Cleanup

Prescription Assistance

If you need help paying for or obtaining your prescription drugs, there are services that can assist.

Local Hospitals

Please visit your county’s website for more information about local hospitals.


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The California Medical Assistance Program (Medi-Cal or MediCal) is California’s Medicaid program serving low-income individuals, including: families, seniors, persons with disabilities, children in foster care, pregnant women, and childless adults with incomes below 138% of federal poverty level. Benefits include ambulatory patient services, emergency services, hospitalization, maternity and newborn care, mental health and substance use disorder treatment, dental (Denti-Cal), vision, and long term care and supports. For more information, please contact your county office.

Mental Health Services

When we experience a disaster, people can react with increased anxiety, worry and anger. With community and family support, most of us are able to bounce back.  Some of us, however, may need extra assistance to cope with unfolding events and uncertainties. Everyone, even the people that others look up to for guidance and assistance, is entitled to their feelings and deserves support throughout the recovery process.

Department of Health Care Services – Crisis Counseling

Short-term counseling may be available for emotional or mental health problems caused by the impacts of a disaster. For more information, contact your county mental health department. For a listing of these county departments, visit the website at:

If you or someone in your care needs additional assistance recovering emotionally from the fires, please reach out to: American Red Cross 24/7 Disaster Distress Helpline: (800) 985-5990 or text “TalkWithUs” to 66746

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration – Disaster Distress Helpline

The Disaster Distress Helpline provides 24/7, 365-day-a-year crisis counseling and support to people experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters. Call 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746 to connect with a trained crisis counselor.

Below are additional County Mental Health services: