Lady Gaga Lends a Hand at California Wildfire Shelter: 'You Are Not Alone, and We Have Each Other'

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Lady Gaga is one of the more than 250,000 residents who had to leave their homes after the Woolsey Fire began to encroach on Malibu, Calabasas and thousands of acres of land across Los Angeles and Ventura counties on Friday.

As one of the many left reeling from the impact of the disaster, she's unsure whether she even has a home to return to -- but that didn't stop her from spending time at a shelter and encouraging those staying there to get the help they need in the meantime.

In a video obtained by TMZ, Gaga speaks to a crowd gathered at Pacific Palisades High School, where the Red Cross had set up a shelter.

"I'm not exactly sure when or how this is gonna hit me when it does," she said. "What I can tell you is that I will pray for each and every one of you. You will be in my thoughts. I extend my love to each and every one of you. I know we do not know each other, but I love you. This is an emergency, but you are not alone, and we have each other."

She also encouraged them to take advantage of the shelter's resources -- namely, their mental health team -- and to take care of each other in the wake of the devastating event.

"Please do not discount your mental health during this time," she insisted. "It is so important that you take care of what is going on in your head and in your heart, because what you feel now is going to feel very different next week, and it's going to feel different the week after that, and the month after that, and maybe even a year [after that]."

The Woolsey fire -- one of the three that's demolished hundreds of thousands of acres across California -- is still actively blazing just north of Los Angeles and has laid waste to nearly 100,000 acres since Friday morning.