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Severe Weather Emergency and Transportation Services (SWEATS)

Activated February 2nd - February 7th, 2024

For Amador, Calaveras, and Tuolumne County residents

The California Department of Community Services and Development has declared a state of emergency due to weather forecasts indicating widespread rain, snow and strong winds across much of California and has activated SWEATS. This program serves Amador, Calaveras, and Tuolumne County residents.

This program is effective Friday, February 2nd - Wednesday February 7th 2024.  Amador Tuolumne Community Action Agency (ATCAA) may provide temporary housing as needed for clients experiencing a flood evacuation, up to five (5) days.
These services require clients to qualify for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) under the following income guidelines:


Monthly Household Gross Income Not To Exceed:

  • One client household up to $2,700.17

  • Two client household up to $3,531.00

  • Three client household  up to $4,361.83

  • Four client household up to $5,192.75

  • Five client household up to $6,023.59

  • Six client household up to $6,854.43

  • Seven client household up to $7,010.21

  • Eight or more? Call.

CalHHS has developed an Emergency Resource Guide. This guide outlines a variety of resources and also includes a Universal Wellness Checks Questionnaire, Individual Disaster Preparedness Tips, and Disaster Supplies Kit Checklist. You can check this resource out in English and Spanish in the links below.


Sonora Service Center: (209) 533-1397

Jackson Service Center: (209) 223-1485

Tuolumne County residents

Amador and Calaveras residents

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