Roadmap to Recovery’ workshop for Valley fire survivors planned for Aug. 2

Lake County News

COBB, Calif. – The “Roadmap to Recovery” workshop to discuss “healing and dealing” at the one-year anniversary of the Valley fire will be presented Tuesday, Aug. 2.
The workshop will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Little Red Schoolhouse, located at 15780 Bottle Rock Road, Cobb.
The workshop is presented by United Policyholders, a nonprofit organization that helps disaster survivors.
Property owners and renters whose home were destroyed in the Valley fire are encouraged to attend.
Speakers will cover topics including insurance steps to take before the one-year anniversary, extending deadlines and knowing insurance legal rights, and “healing and dealing” – overcoming challenges after the first year.
Scheduled presenters are Karen Reimus, a 2003 Cedar wildfire survivor, and Robert Scott and Laura Ives of Newmeyer Dillion LLP. A question and answer session will follow the presentations.
Fore more information, visit the United Policyholders Web site at , call 1-800-286-5631 or email Emily Rogan at

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Date: June 20, 2024