Black Forest Fire, Colorado
Community Assisting Recovery, Inc., CARe, offers its sincere condolences to the families of victims of the Black Forest fire in Colorado Springs. The deaths, injuries and destruction are heartbreaking to the neighborhood and community.
While grief and pain may be long and, at times, feel unbearable, the disaster recovery process will, by necessity, also need to occur.
CARe’s volunteer staff, since the 1991 Oakland Firestorm, has facilitated the fire recovery of thousands of disaster victims through instruction in the recovery of process. CARe’s staff has all successfully recovered from their own natural disaster and knows, firsthand, the steps necessary to move through the tedious insurance and construction process.
CARe is NOT a public adjustor or public adjusting service.
CARe offers free disaster recovery services for individuals and groups of the Black Forest fire. CARe most recently performed its volunteer services in Colorado Springs CO, Santa Barbara, San Diego, San Bernardino, Rancho Bernardo, Ramona, Escondido, Fallbrook, Malibu, South Lake Tahoe and Lake Arrowhead.
If you have a neighbor, friend or other loved one who lost their home in a recent fire, please email them a link to our website, or print out this information and give it to them.