Hotline Available for Homebound Lake County Residents

An urgent and important message from the County of Lake.


Hotline Available for Homebound Lake County Residents

Call 707-262-4431 if you are unable to access critical services

Lake County, CA (February 26, 2023) – County leaders and officials are aware the ongoing severe cold weather event may present additional challenges to homebound residents, particularly those with intensive medical needs and/or a lack of transportation.

A hotline has been made available for homebound individuals.  If you or someone you know is homebound and unable to access critical services, please call 707-262-4431 for information on available resources, and emergency needs. 

LOWER LAKE WARMING CENTER OPEN 2/26, 2/27 AND 2/28, 7pm-7am

As previously announced, the County of Lake is providing a Warming Center at Lower Lake Town Hall located at 16195 Main Street, Lower Lake.  The Lower Lake Warming Center will open during evening hours today (Sunday, February 26), Monday, February 27, and Tuesday, February 28.  Visitors must register, and no pets, weapons, alcohol, or drugs are allowed.

Hours of operation are 7:00 P.M.  -  7:00 A.M.

The Lake County Sheriff’s Department, the Lake County Department of Social Services and Lake County Behavioral Health are working together to provide cots, blankets, light food and snacks to those in need.

The temporary Clearlake Senior Center Warming Center closed at Noon today (Sunday, February 26, 2023).  Moving the location of the Warming Center was necessary to ensure services could be sustainably and continuously provided over this period, and we apologize for any inconvenience.  The Clearlake Senior Center has a need to host pre-scheduled events and provide for enhanced needs of the Seniors they serve, at this time, and we appreciate and value their dedication.

For more information on this Warming Center, call 707-533-3599.

Sunrise Special Services at Former Juvenile Hall Facility in Lakeport

Sunrise Special Services at 1111 Whalen Way in Lakeport likewise remains open 24 hours at this time due to severe winter weather.  That Lake County Behavioral Health Services-funded facility is providing shelter to individuals experiencing homelessness, and they can be directly reached at 707-349-5022.