Placentia (California) is racing to put the final touches on what city leaders say is a first-of-its kind facility that will offer emergency shelter, help finding jobs and housing and other types of counseling and aid to homeless people in north Orange County. The shelter is expected to start accepting people Tuesday, March 31.

Police and homeless outreach workers have already been putting out the word that new beds and services will be available and getting people started on the screening process. (The centers will take clients by referral only, and no one with sex offender status, certain felonies or active arrest warrants will be admitted.)


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