HPSJ Natural Disaster Resource Center

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Northern California is experiencing severe weather.

Stay safe and warm as our cities face strong winds, heavy rain, and flooding. See below for more information and resources in your area.

Winter Extreme Weather Safety

Be safe this winter, look out for your loved ones, stay in touch with the latest news, and find a nearby warming hub.

For un-sheltered people and families:
SEVERE WEATHER SURVIVAL TIPS – How to stay safe during a flood when you live outdoors.

Flood Home Cleanup

Crisis Cleanup
844.965.1386 | crisiscleanup.org

If you need assistance with damage from the flooding in California, call the number above to ask for help. They will connect you with volunteers from local relief organizations, community groups and faith communities who may be able to assist with:

  • Cut fallen trees
  • Drywall, flooring & appliance removal
  • Tarping roofs
  • Mold mitigation
All services are free, but service is not guaranteed due to the overwhelming need. This hotline will remain open through Friday, January 27, 2023.

Fire Season and Power Outages

Staying safe during fire season and power outages

May 2022 - To our Health Plan of San Joaquin members, we always have concern for your health and the safety and well-being of your family. This includes when there are disasters, such as in the California fire season. We ask you to:

  • Keep with you your prescribed meds and charged or battery reliant health care tools
  • Keep your HPSJ ID card and Medi-Cal Benefits Card with you
  • In a disaster, you can get any of this local help, FREE, with no prior HPSJ say so:
    • ER hospital care
    • Urgent Care
    • Drug store fills of prescribed meds
Know Your Colors - Protect your health from California Fire Season Deadly Smoke

San Joaquin County

Visit the Office of Emergency Services website for up to date San Joaquin County emergency information.

Stanislaus County

Helpful information for Stanislaus County residents during power outages and other emergencies. 

HPSJ Members

At HPSJ, we want to make sure you and your family know how to stay healthy and prepared.

Posted on November 4th, 2019 and last modified on January 25th, 2023.