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SBCPA Thomas Fire/Debris Flow Resources

The Santa Barbara County Psychological Association (SBCPA) is working closely with various County and other helping and wellness organizations to provide ongoing, organized, and collaborative support for the community (see county resources, on the right). Keep reading below to find out how SBCPA Psychologists are Volunteering to help the community. 

The recovery from the Thomas Fire and Floods will be an ongoing process, and it has affected many individuals throughout our community. Our organization plans to offer FREE community healing and recovery groups in the upcoming weeks and months. These groups will teach specific skills for resiliency and recovery -- helping individuals to access their own innate healing strengths and abilities.  Sign up to receive email alerts about these healing groups HERE


We are also FREE and REDUCED FEE counseling for those affected by the Thomas Fire and Flood.  Here is a list of our Member Psychologists offering this service:

Disaster Response Psychologists.pdf


Looking for specific help or resources, for yourself, for a group, for your workplace or organization that may have been affected by the Thomas Fire and Floods?  Contact either of our Disaster Response Team Co-Chairs:

Megan Donahue, Ph.D.

Karen Lehman, Ph.D.


We also invite you to search for a Psychologist on our Search Engine, which gives you access to our more than 120 Licensed Psychologist Members.

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Thomas Fire and Flood County Resources

  • Santa Barbara County Thomas Fire/Flood Call Center -- 833-688-5551
  • Santa Barbara County 24 hour Crisis Line Behavioral Wellness - 888-868-1649
  • Up-to-date Info on Thomas Fire and Flood
  • Aware and Prepare Text Alerts
    • text Your Phone # to 888777
    • www.AwareAndPrepare.org
  • Open through Saturday, February 5th - the Local Resource and Assistance Center, at Calvary Chapel (a 1-stop shop for everything you need if affected by the Thomas Incidents) at Calvary Chapel (Mon-Fri 11am-6:30pm, and Saturdays, 10am-2pm)
  • Opening on Monday, February 5th - the Disaster Recovery Center (location TBA)
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