Carroll Offers Assistance to North Hills Fire Evacuees

Thursday, August 1, 2019

As a community partner, Carroll College would like to assist those affected by the North Hills Fire. Carroll is able to provide temporary shelter, animal boarding, and/or parking for RV’s or other vehicles for those in need. Rooms are available for temporary housing, the college’s food service provider Sodexo has agreed to provide meals, and through the Anthrozoology program, the college has open corral space to board horses.

“Carroll College is very happy to help our friends and neighbors who have been displaced by the North Hills Fire. We are the only non-profit organization in town which has sleeping accommodations with private baths, food service, space for parking and self-contained campers, and even facilities for displaced horses. Being a good neighbor is an important part of our Catholic social mission," said President John Cech.

Individuals who have been evacuated due to the fire who want to learn more about these services can contact Jennifer Bingham, Business Operations Manager for Finance & Administration at (406) 447-5419 or