Welcome to the California Senior Care Licensing Program
LNU Lightning Complex Fire and Glass Fire Information – Update as of October 20, 2020 at 4:00 p.m.
- On Tuesday, August 18, 2020, the LNU Lightning Complex Fire began burning in Sonoma, Solano and Napa Counties and prompted evacuations.
- On Sunday, September 27, 2020, the Glass and Shady Fire began burning in Napa County and prompted evacuations. Shady was merged with Glass Fire as of 09/30/2020.
If you are relocating your residents, please contact your Regional Office to provide information about where you are relocating to and provide your census.
Adult and Senior Care (ASC) – Rohnert Park Regional Office – (707) 588-5026 or CCLASCPRohnertParkRO@dss.ca.gov
Adult and Senior Care (ASC) – San Bruno/San Jose Regional Office – (650) 266-8800 or CCLASCPSanBrunoRO@dss.ca.gov
Adult and Senior Care (ASC) – Riverside Regional Office – (951) 248-2222 or CCLASCPRiversideRO@dss.ca.gov
ASC LNU Lightning Complex Fire and Glass Fire Relocation List - As of 10/20/2020 at 4:00 p.m.
The facilities identified in the link below have indicated they have beds available for residents needing to be relocated:
Facilities with Available Beds from California Assisted Living Association.
Facilities with Available Beds from 6Beds, Inc.
The Senior Care Licensing Program licenses and monitors Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly and Continuing Care Retirement Communities.
The core mission of the Senior Care Licensing Program is to optimize the health, safety, and quality of life of adults in community care facilities through the administration of an effective, collaborative, and regulatory enforcement system that emphasizes harm prevention and proper and timely compliance.
There are 13 Senior Care Licensing Regional Offices located throughout the State. If you have any questions regarding Senior Care Licensing, please contact the local office near you or the Technical Support Program.