Please be aware that this information may change according to the needs of pop-ups, walk-ups, and drive-ups. Please also read all the requirements in order to ensure you meet the requirements for a free test. Note that the test type and testing criteria vary by location, and you may want to learn more about the test type and testing criteria at these sites.
Walk-Ups By Appointment
San Fernando Park
208 Park Ave.
San Fernando

To make an appointment:
Source of Information:
Pop-up Sites
Antelope Valley Fairgrounds
2551 West Avenue H

Walk-up only (by appointment)
Drive-up (by appointment)

Source of Information:
Drive-Ups By Appointment
Palmdale Hammack Center
815 E Avenue Q6

To make an appointment:
College of the Canyons
26455 Rockwell Canyon Rd.
Santa Clarita

To make an appointment:
West Valley - Warner Center
6097 Canoga Ave.
Woodland Hills

To make an appointment:
Balboa Park
5903 N. Balboa Blvd
Van Nuys

Center for Family Health & Education
8727 Van Nuys Boulevard
Panorama City

To make an appointment: Call 1-888-511-9660
Panorama City
14665 Roscoe Blvd.
Panorama City

Hansen Dam Recreational Center
11798 Foothill Blvd.
Lake View Terrace

To make an appointment:
Source of Information:
Please find below links for information about other COVID testing resources through LA County and LA City. If someone does not have access to the internet, call “211” to make an appointment for a test. 
Additionally, LA County is currently offering a no-cost mail home testing program from December 1- January 15 for individuals with disabilities who cannot otherwise go to a testing site.
Friendly Reminder from Los Angeles County Department of Public Health

Testing does not prevent COVID-19 and is a tool that should be used together with other public health guidelines. Stay home as much as possible, avoid gatherings and wear your face covering whenever outside your home.
Additional Resources
CA governor has announced that tenants and landlords impacted by #COVID19, now have new protections and relief under the Housing Stabilization Act of 2020.

Visit the following site,, to learn more about your rights and options.
From LA's COVID Resources page, LA Represents, a pro bono program that will provide legal services without charge to people facing hardships due to COVID-19. The following page,, will provide more information including the issues that the lawyers will help you with: landlord, safety, employment, debt, and other legal questions.

From Los Angeles County, options available for low-cost internet services, low-cost computers & phones, and digital literacy services!

Learn more at the following link:
Landlord/Tenant Hotline available from HCIDLA! Designed to answer all landlord-tenant related inquiries and issues. Hours are Mondays through Fridays from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The hotline number is 1-866-557-7368.

More information available at:
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power have discount and special rate programs for seniors, as well low-income discount program and life-support equipment discount.

For further information, please visit the following:
Update from the Department of Public Social Services:
DPSS serves all County residents as an “Essential Services” department and provides benefits that meet life’s basic needs, such as food, health insurance, employment, and housing. We want everyone to stay informed about these essential benefits, and learn about resources offered by other service organizations.  Please share this important information with those in your community who need it most.

The 2021 Rent Relief Program Applications are not yet available and are under development. Sign up to receive updates when the 2021 Rent Relief Application becomes available at

Applicable to eligible applicants from August 2020 application period.

L.A. County has voted to extend its Eviction Moratorium through February 28, 2021 and added additional protections to protect vulnerable renters. To learn more about the County's Temporary Eviction Moratorium, visit
Los Angeles County Development Authority is offering a series of FREE webinars through its BizHelp Program. The webinars are meant to help businesses large and small navigate through economic uncertainty and prepare them for a post-COVID-19 economy.

Multiple languages are available.

For more information and registration:
A program from Metro, Low-Income Fare is Easy (LIFE), which is designed to provide transportation to low-income individuals in Los Angeles.

Once enrolled, LIFE benefits can be loaded onto your TAP card at any participating vendor. If you are a Reduced-Fare TAP cardholder, you may also be eligible for additional savings with LIFE.

Learn more about Low-Income Fare is Easy (LIFE) at the following link:
From LA County Library, FREE online homework help (both English & Spanish) from a live online tutor. All you need is your LA County Library card and PIN, and an internet connection.

Hours are every day from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. Available to K-12, college students, and adult learners. Find out more information at the following link:
LA Jobs Portal and additional resources for all economically impacted by COVID-19 pandemic. 

Los Angeles COVID-19 Resources

For more information, please visit the following page:
City of L.A. Resource Guide for Immigrants during COVID-19 Crisis

For more information, please visit the following page:
The resources listed above are for informational purposes only. NLACRC does not guarantee or warrant the accuracy, relevance, timeliness, or completeness of the information contained on any linked website. Any reference to a specific product, process, or service does not constitute or imply an endorsement by NLACRC of the product, service, or provider. The views and opinions expressed in any linked website do not necessarily state or reflect those of NLACRC. 
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