Kamloops, BC — January 7, 2022 — The Thompson-Nicola Regional District (TNRD) has partnered with the Gold Country Communities Society to offer resiliency centre services in Cache Creek for residences affected by flooding along the Highway 8 corridor.
Gold Country staff are available to provide assistance to residents still displaced from their homes. This includes assistance accessing funding through the Canadian Red Cross for temporary accommodation and meal expenses, and the Disaster Financial Assistance (DFA) application process. The DFA program is available through the BC government, and provides funding for eligible expenses related to repairs and rebuilding following damage caused by the flooding event.
The resiliency centre is based out of the Gold Country office, located at 1095 Todd Rd in Cache Creek. Please call or email to make an appointment at 250 457-6606, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A resiliency centre also remains open in the City of Merritt, located at 1950 Mamette Ave and open daily from 9 am to 4 pm. Services there are available for residents in Merritt, the TNRD and Indigenous communities who have experienced flooding.
Gold Country Communities Society
Tel.: 250 457-6606