Recovery Info for Residents: Updated 7th Sept

Info from us

  • Summary of Essential Contacts to download

  • To be on our mailing list: sms 0487 797 068 or email info@greatermogofirerecovery.com​

  • If you only have a landline, we can arrange for someone to call you with important updates

  • Copies of the below information (including printed web pages) is posted on the Fire Recovery notice board at the Mogo RFS shed.

  • Click here for questions and answers from the last town meeting 

Eurobodalla Bushfire Recovery Support Service 

  • Now the single point of contact with case management officers who can provide practical and personal support to help manage recovery needs, access to relevant services and assist with decision making

  • Help desk number: 44747434

  • Visit them at 46 Vulcan Street Moruya, next to the chemist

  • Letter from the Mayor 17th April

  • Seniors support line 4474 1300

  • Website

The Happy Hub 

 

  • Community hub with volunteers and counsellors available for a chat, just walk in!

  • Free internet, access to computers and printers

  • Bushire recovery information available

  • Corner of Annett St and the highway, next to Grumpy & Sweethearts cafe

  • You can book in free counselling sessions with one of the counsellors:

    • Bruce 0411445511 (Fridays 9am to 5pm)

    • Mark 0403706105 (Thursdays 9am to 5pm)

    • John 044146839 (Wednesdays 11am to 4pm)

    • Serena 0414943586 (Tuesdays 10am to 3pm)

    • Roxy and Mark from NSW health 1800 001 511 (Mondays 1pm to 4pm)

Eurobodalla Tea & Talk Sessions for Mogo and surrounds

  • Chat with neighbours over tea or coffee, informal catch up with access to bushfire support services.

  • 3rd Tuesday of every month: 15th Sept, 20th Oct, 17th Nov

  • Mogo Mall, Charles St, Mogo from 11am to 2pm

  • Chat with neighbours over tea or coffee, informal catch up with access to bushfire support services

Salvation Army second round of grants:

 

 

Red Cross grants update 15th of May:

  • The re-establishment grant for people whose primary place of residence was destroyed by a bushfire includes: 

  • A $30,000 payment for home owner occupiers who lost their primary place of residence (increased from $20,000 that was available under the re-build grant. The further $10,000 will also be provided to anyone who has already received the grant)

  • A new $10,000 payment for people who were tenants or living in a non-permanent structure (eg a caravan) whose primary place of residence was destroyed.

  • $5,000 Primary Residence repair grant extended to include damaged water tanks, piping, septic or power infrastructure 

  • 1800 733 276 

  • Apply here

Laing O'Rourke/ NSW clean-up

Local Land Services fencing grant expanded

 

Private land holders who share boundary with public land, up to $5,000 per kilometre. Includes:

  • Roads managed by RMS and local government

  • National Parks

  • Forrestry Corp land

  • Crown reserves, tenured roads and leases

  • 1300 778 080 

  • lls.nsw.gov.au

  • Apply here

Mental Health Support Update

Lifeline’s special Bushfire helpline 13 43 57

Kids Helpline 1800 55 1800

Mental Health line 1800 011 511​

 

NSW Services Bushfire Customer Care (Disaster & financial assistance) 13 77 88  website

 

South Coast Donation Logistic Team www.socodolo.com

 

Disaster response Legal Service 1800 801 529

 

Commonwealth funding received by council for Fire Recovery

 

Groceries and medications for seniors, immune compromised and those in mandatory isolation

  • Contact your pharmacy and they can arrange free delivery of your medications to your door through Australia Post.

  • All IGA grocery stores now offer home delivery for seniors, immunocompromised and those required to self-isolate: 1800 018 384

  • Meals on wheels Moruya: 4474 4464

  • Woolworths delivery 1800 904 698​