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Orange County Shelters Open 24 Hours for Homeless During Storm

Armories in Santa Ana and Fullerton will be operating on 24-hour basis through Saturday morning.

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    Orange County Shelters Open 24 Hours for Homeless During Storm
    The Orange County Armory Emergency Shelter Program in coordination with Mercy House Living Centers in Santa Ana and Fullerton will be operating on 24-hour basis through Saturday morning.

    What to Know

    • Orange County shelters are providing extended hour services for the homeless community.

    • The armories provide a total of up to 400 beds per night.

    • The homeless will receive a nutritious meal, a warm shower and a safe place to sleep.

    Orange County shelters are providing extended hour services for homeless due to cold and rainy conditions in Southern California.

    The Orange County Armory Emergency Shelter Program in coordination with Mercy House Living Centers in Santa Ana and Fullerton will be operating on 24-hour basis through Saturday morning.

    The armories provide a total of up to 400 beds per night. The homeless will receive a nutritious meal, a warm shower and a safe place to sleep. The armories will return to regular operations starting Saturday evening from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m.

    For more information visit www.ocgov.com

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