Gov. Newsom in Oakland for ‘major announcement’ addressing homeless crisis

Bay Area

Governor Newsom will be in Oakland today to make a “major announcement” in the state’s efforts to address the homelessness crisis. 

Governor Newsom will visit the Robinson Multi-Service Center, a transitional housing facility that provides whole-person care, at 10:30 a.m. to make the announcement. 

While there he will meet with those served by the Robinson Center, local elected officials including Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf, and service providers. 

In his May budget revision plan, Governor Newsom proposed $1 billion to fight homelessness.

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