Emergency Resources

​Here is information that can be useful during an emergency (fire,earthquake, etc.) in any of the 14 counties we serve. Please check back for updates. 


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  • California Offices of Emergency Services -  on how to plan and prepare for emergencies. Click here

  • Nixle

    A secure service that connects municipal agencies and community organizations to their residents in real-time. Click here

  • AirNow

    Local air quality conditions. Click here

  • Preparing for Emergencies and Disasters Fact Sheet

    Information for families, including those with chidlren with special needs. Click here

  • ​Transportation Services

    ​For non-medical transportation to and from PHC-covered appointments/services as well as community resource centers, click here.


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  • IMPORTANT: If PG&E needs to turn off an electricity in an area for safety, all customers who receive power in that area will be affected. If you require electricity for your medical needs, you may be eligible for PG&E’s Medical Baseline Program. If you are a Medical Baseline customer, your power can be shut off during a Public Safety Power Shutoff, but PG&E will provide advanced notice, giving you more time to prepare. To learn more about the Medical Baseline program or to sign up, click here or call (800) 743-5000.

  • New Hotline Available to Help California’s Most Vulnerable During Power Shutoffs

    California Health and Human Services has established a hotline for medically vulnerable residents and health facilities that need resources during the PG&E blackouts. Those who need assistance can call (833) 284-3473.Click here

  • Community Resource Centers - To support customers in the impacted counties, PG&E has opened Community Resource Centers in multiple locations.