Veterans Resource Centers in Chico and Redding Remain Open

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SOURCE Veterans Resource Centers of America

Continuing to Serve Veterans in the Surrounding Area

Seeking Cash Donations to Help VRC Staff Deliver Supplies and Assist Local Authorities with Relief Efforts

SANTA ROSA, Calif., Nov. 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The Veterans Resource Centers (“VRC”) in Chico and Redding remain open and continue to serve veterans from the surrounding area while the Camp Fire, which has devastated the town of Paradise in Northern California, has grown to more than 70,000 acres with only five percent of the fire contained as of Friday morning.

VRC staff will be delivering supplies and assisting local authorities, including the American Red Cross and FEMA, with relief efforts. To help with those efforts, VRC is seeking much-needed cash donations, which can be made securely online by going to and clicking “Donate,” or by going to, searching for Veterans Resource Centers of America and clicking “Make A Donation” at the top of the VRC page. Please specify in the comments section that the donation is for the Camp Fire.

About Veterans Resource Centers of America
A nonprofit veteran service agency founded in 1972 and selected as one of America’s Best Charities, VRC serves veterans of all ages at 14 resource centers embedded in local communities in Northern and Central California, Northern Nevada and Northern Arizona. VRC focuses on rebuilding and enhancing the lives of America’s heroes, reintegrating them back into their communities through a process of healing and growth that celebrates their individuality and mitigates barriers to success. Services provided by VRC include: homeless prevention and rapid re-housing, employment and training, permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, behavioral health treatment, and individualized case management. Find out more by visiting

Joe Millsap, Community Relations Manager – [email protected] (707) 889-8682

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