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Trailer Fire Although statistically the Navajo Nation Fire Department does not respond to many fires, the loss generated from a fire is great. Imagine everything you have in your home. It is an accumulation of memories and hard work. Many of these things are valuable, not in terms of monetary value, but in emotional value - the picture of great grandma or a loved one who has passed away, antique jewerely, documents and your personnal belongings. Lossing everything from a fire not only will result in a significant loss of money, but in memories.

Protecting yourself begins with you. Practicing and living fire safe will decrease the chances of your home catching on fire.

If you have a fire in your home, recovering from it will take a long time, and many of the things you will have to do will be new to you. If you are not insured, your recovery from a fire loss most likely will be dependent upon your own resources. The Navajo Nation Fire Department may be able to help you get in contact with local resources. Private organizations that can also help include the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army. You could also talk with your church or synagogue. Local civic groups such as the Lions Club and CACY (Community Action for Children and Youth) are other sources for help.

The United States Fire Administration (USFA) has gathered the following information to assist you in this time of need. Click here to download this information. You will need Acrobat Reader to view. You can visit the USFA here.

If you are in need of a fire report, please contact the fire station nearest you.

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