Shoalhaven City Council's Outreach team is available Monday to Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm on 4429 5888 and is here to help.
Shoalhaven Recovery HUB
Shoalhaven Recovery HUB is an informal place providing social recovery support, information and referrals to assistance for community affected by fires, floods, storms, and other natural disasters. The community is welcome to visit for a coffee and a chat.
We are here to listen and provide advice, support and referrals. View our calendar below:
There are many ways to take care of your wellbeing.
The following free services are available 24 hours, seven days a week.
If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, call 000.
Where can I find more information on health-related issues?
For more information, please visit the Department of NSW Health website.
- Air Quality Index (AQI)
- Support services
- Beat the heat
- Protect yourself from bushfire smoke
- Illness and injury from bushfire
- Returning home safely
- Information for childcare centres and parents
- Medications and prescriptions.
Learn more about maintaining health during bushfires
Even if the immediate danger of an incident or emergency has passed, take care in your home and community. You may come across new hazards during the clean up and recovery process.
Remember to give yourself time. Recovering from an emergency can be a gradual process.
In major emergencies, both Shoalhaven City Council and the NSW Government will provide information on what financial assistance and other help may be available to you.
Bush fire recovery information
For more information regarding bush fire recovery resources, subscribe to the Get Involved page.
Visit the Get Involved page
If you have been impacted by a bushfire, you may need help with:
- Damage to your home
- Insurance claims and disputes
- Claiming financial hardship or applying for disaster grants
- Your rights at work
- Replacing important documents
Legal Aid NSW is a statewide specialist service that provides a range of resources to help you with the legal issues that can occur in the wake of a disaster.
LEARN MORE ABOUT NSW LEGAL AID SERVICES