Ask questions at a new local event this week: Speak with both the Mayor and Senator about Fentanyl


On November 30, 2023, a discussion will be held at the Norman P. Murray Community & Senior Center in Mission Viejo, CA, to raise awareness about the Fentanyl crisis affecting Orange County and the entire state. The event is open to all Orange County residents at 6:15 pm.
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The goal of the event is to inform Orange County residents about the dangers of Fentanyl, its widespread availability, and the negative impact it has on individuals, families, and communities. Experts, law enforcement officials, healthcare professionals, and community leaders will discuss prevention, education, and treatment options.

By attending this discussion, Orange County residents can learn about the warning signs of Fentanyl and ways to protect themselves and their loved ones. The event allows attendees to actively contribute to the fight against Fentanyl and work towards creating a safer and healthier community. The Norman P. Murray Community & Senior Center is centrally located, making it accessible to all residents.

An RSVP is required to attend by completing the registration form here.

For questions about the event, contact or call 949-598-5850.

Event Details

Address: 24932 Veterans Way, Mission Viejo, CA 92692

Room: Sycamore A

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