The Eurobodalla Recovery Centre will run two outreach services this week, with information and support sessions at Mogo and Nerrigundah villages.
The sessions will provide members of both communities with the opportunity to talk one-on-one with representatives from bushfire support agencies. They can discuss support available, get assistance with navigating the recovery process, or simply have a bit of a chat.
Support agencies include Rural Resilience Program, Rural Financial Counselling Service, BlazeAid, Service NSW, Salvation Army, Red Cross, Eurobodalla Council, Rural Resilience Program, and health and wellbeing services.
There is also opportunity for the community to help design ongoing support for their village; talk about what is working, where the gaps are now, and the support that will be needed in the future.
Residents of Mogo and Nerrigundah are asked to share this information with their neighbours, especially those who have lost their homes and are currently living elsewhere.
Mogo community recovery
Wednesday 19 February, Mogo fire shed, Tomakin Road.
Drop-in 12.30-3.30, community planning workshop 4pm-6pm.
Nerrigundah and Cadgee community recovery
Thursday 20 February, Nerrigundah fire shed, Gulph Street.
Drop-in and recovery planning 11am-1pm, followed by lunch.