TOMORROW: In Orange County, Governor Newsom to Highlight Efforts to Improve Public Safety and Tackle Homelessness

ORANGE COUNTY – In Orange County, Governor Gavin Newsom tomorrow will attend the ribbon cutting of a new unified command center for healthcare workers, CBOs, and local law enforcement to address homelessness collaboratively and in a more organized fashion.

The new center is led by the North Orange County Public Safety Collaborative which has received $35.8 million in funding from the state and is composed of community and public safety services leaders across 11 cities in the region to address youth violence prevention, post incarceration reentry, and homelessness.

WHEN: Tomorrow, Thursday, October 27, 2022 at approximately 1:00pm

WHO: Governor Gavin Newsom, Senator Josh Newman, Senator Tom Umberg, Assemblymember Sharon Quirk-Silva, and local leaders.

LIVESTREAM: @CAgovernor Twitter page, California Governor Facebook page and the Governor’s YouTube page.

This event will also be available to TV stations on the LiveU Matrix under “California Governor.”

**NOTE: This in-person press event will be open to credentialed media only. Media interested in attending must RSVP to by no later than Thursday, October 27, 2022 at 9:00 a.m.