Volunteers Replace Homes Destroyed by Fire

The all-volunteer Yarnell Hill Recovery Group was formed specifically to assist the 11  uninsured homeowners whose homes were destroyed in the Yarnell Hill Fire to rebuild in Yavapai County, Arizona. Of the eleven residences, four were manufactured homes, and they will be replaced with manufactured homes; the stick-built homes will also be replaced with similar if not identical homes. Additionally, there were 25 underinsured dwellings, and six rental units, one of which was partially insured. Materials and labor are being donated, MHProNews has learned, and to date $1.6 million has been received towards the estimated $6 million project. The Recovery Group was formed from representatives of five service organizations in nearby Prescott. Mennonite Disaster Services, Habitat for Humanity as well as church groups and individuals are providing the labor. Once the homes are completed, the residents will receive free household goods, according to prescottenews.com. Started by lightning, 19 firefighters from Prescott, Arizona lost their lives on June 30, 2013 when the fire overran them.

(Photo credit: prescottenews.com)

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