After The Fire

Resources to assist with recovery:

Recovering from a fire is a gradual process that can be both physically and emotionally draining. Safety is a primary issue, as are your mental and physical well-being. The following resources are a quick reference for you to follow after a fire or other incident.

American Red Cross
(970) 262-0530 (option 1 for active disaster such as a house fire) or
1-800-733-2767 option 2:

When a disaster threatens or strikes, the Red Cross provides shelter, food, and health and mental health services to address basic human needs. In addition to these services, the core of Red Cross disaster relief is the assistance given to individuals and families affected by disaster to enable them to resume their normal daily activities independently.

All Red Cross disaster assistance and services are free, provided through donations made by the American people, and are provided without regard to citizenship, race, religion, age, culture or creed. Disaster assistance is intended to meet your emergency, disaster-caused needs and provide a basis for your recovery.

If you’ve been affected by a house fire or other disaster and need immediate emergency assistance, please contact the Red Cross at the number above so that they may help.

Grand County Advocates:
(970) 725-3412 (CRISIS LINE)
(970) 725-3442 Office number

Trained staff and volunteers operate the Advocates’ 24-hour crisis line, which provides immediate assistance in domestic violence and sexual assault situations. When police respond to such incidents, an Advocate may work with the victim to offer support, information, assistance, referrals, and temporary safe housing if needed; and an Advocate is available to respond to a catastrophic incident such as a death to provide support. Advocates can assist you in finding a grief counselor should you need that support.

Rocky Mountain Catastrophe & Restoration Inc
72287 US Hwy 40, Tabernash
(970) 531-7308 (24 hours)

Available for emergencies 24 hours a day. Specializes in damage restoration and repairs for: water, smoke, sewage, and mold damage.

Spirit Lake Safe & Lock (Grand Lake): (970) 627-3381 for Auto, Home, Business, Safes
Surelock Security (Winter Park): 970-726-8190: 24-hour emergency service. Automotive Lock Specialist, Foreign & Domestic Cars, Rekey & Master Key Systems, Safe & Vault Service.

Tow Services:
Alpine Towing: (970) 276-2145
Hilly’s Auto/Truck Repair ( 501 Zerex St. Fraser): (970) 726-5841

Emergency Lodging:
Grand Lake Fire Apartment 3 – Immediate, depending on availability. Available for 1-3 days. Monetary assistance when applicable.
Mountain Family Center (see below under “Other Resources”) – one-time assistance with temporary housing

Hardware stores:
Grand Lake Hardware:
700 Grand Ave, Grand Lake, CO 80447 (970) 627-8424
Ace Hardware Granby:
627 W Agate Ave, Granby, CO 80446 (970) 887-3395

Nearest pharmacy:
City Market Granby – (970) 887-7140

Other resources:
Mountain Family Center, Granby – (970) 557-3186, 480 W. Agate, Granby: one-time assistance for rent, mortgage, or utilities; Clothing, Food

Pet Boarding:
Mountain Mongrels: (970) 531-0837 (dogs only)
Grand County Animal Shelter: (970) 887-2988 3475 County Road 57, Granby: Emergency Boarding: courtesy hold:   (Dogs, Cats, bunnies, exotic animals)

Biohazard clean-up service:
Aftermath Inc (800) 366-9923: crime scene cleanup, biohazard cleanup, death cleanup or blood spill cleanup

FEMA resource document:  After The Fire 

Grand County Sheriff’s Office – (970) 725-3343: Incident reports