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Multi-Agency Resource Center Opens in Boise

Idaho Red Cross Responds to Apartment Fire

State agencies and nonprofits are joining together to form a multi-agency resource center and coalition to help the displaced residents of the Arbor Crossing apartment fire.

The American Red Cross of Greater Idaho and many Treasure Valley Partners are working with individual families to help them create personal recovery plans, complete paperwork, and locate assistance for their individual disaster-caused needs. Available resources include housing and transportation assistance, food boxes, thrift store vouchers, hygiene items, clean up items, document replacement, mental health support and health services, and holiday assistance.

Participating organizations include Ada County Emergency Management, Agency for New Americans, Boise Fire, City of Boise, Boise City/Ada County Housing Authority, Boise School District, Boise School Foundation, Boise School Transportation, Calvary Chapel, CATCH, Idaho Department of Health and Welfare's 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine and Resource & Service Navigation programs, Idaho Humane Society, Idaho Office Emergency Management, Idaho Housing Authority, Idaho Office on Refugees, IDVOAD, International Rescue Committee, Jesse Tree, LDS Charities, The Salvation Army, United Methodist, United Way of Treasure Valley, Valley Regional Transit and World Relief.