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San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission opens new 90-bed shelter in Northridge

The San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission unveiled its new two-story shelter — which will include 30 beds for a short-term emergency shelter — to the community Monday with dignitaries’ speeches, tours and a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The 16,000-square-foot shelter, located at 8756 Canby Ave., triples the Rescue Mission’s capacity from 30 beds — located at a 10-bedroom house the nonprofit has been renting up the street since shortly after the fire — to 90 beds, said Wade Trimmer, the organization’s director.

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