Resources For Those Affected By The Borderline Shooting and Hill and Woolsey Fires

Nov 8, 2018

12 people were killed when a gunman opened fire at the Borderline Grill in Thousand Oaks November 7th Starting November 8th, the Hill and Woolsey Fire burned thousands of acres and caused multiple evacuations.

Now, the community is coming together to care for the survivors and their families, and to help evacuees. KCLU has compiled a list of resources below.

For the Borderline Shooting:

  • For those looking for information on family or friends, please call the Ventura County Joint Information Hotline at 805-465-6650.
  • The Ventura County Community Foundation has set up a victims fund, which can be found here.
  • A GoFundMe account has been set up for the victims, and can be accessed here.
  • Mitchell Family Counseling Clinic is a community service site for the Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling in the Michael D. Eisner College of Education, California State University, Northridge. The clinic is offering free crisis intervention services to individuals, children and families affected by both the mass shooting and the fires.  Services are provided at CSUN.

The Ventura County Community Foundation has set up the Hill Fire/Woolsey Fire Sudden and Urgent Needs Effort Fund as a vehicle to collect donations from our community. Find it at

For the Hill and Woolsey Fires:

  • For the latest on the fires, you can go to for up to date evacuation orders. You can also call (805) 465-6650.
  • The following areas are no longer under evacuation:
  • The following areas are no longer under an evacuation order:
  • Lake Sherwood (Woolsey Fire)
  • Hidden Valley (Woolsey Fire)
  • Camarillo Springs (Hill Fire)
  • California State University Channel Islands (Hill Fire)
  • Dos Vientos (Hill Fire)
  • Vallecito Trailer Park (Hill Fire)
  • Point Mugu Naval Base (Hill Fire)
  • Bell Canyon – Entire Community (Woolsey Fire)
  • Thousand Oaks – South of Highway 101, east of S. Westlake Blvd. to the Ventura/L.A. County Line (Woolsey Fire)
  • Thousand Oaks – all areas north of Highway 101, including North Ranch and Oak Park (Woolsey Fire)
  • Thousand Oaks /Newbury Park – all areas south of Highway 101, north of Potrero Road and west of Westlake Blvd. (Woolsey Fire)
  • Simi Valley – Long Canyon, Bridal Path, Wood Ranch (Woolsey Fire)

Evacuation centers include:

  • All emergency evacuation centers in Ventura County will transition to 1 shelter at Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center, 130 Overton Ct., Thousand Oaks, as of 1:30 p.m. 11/12/18.