Helping Better, Together

COVID-19 Resources

Connected Resources

We Help the Helpers

We at GET HELP® are actively working with our municipal partners, homeless shelters, and service providers to load city sponsored emergency and crisis services into our app every day. Below are a few specialized searches that provide you specific COVID-19 Support right now.

VITAL INFORMATION

COVID-19 Testing

Please visit Coronavirus.LACity.org/Testing to find out if you are eligible for free COVID-19 testing by the City of L.A.

 

 

Por favor visita la pagina Coronavirus.LACity.org/Testing para determinar si eres elegible para recibir una prueba de detección del COVID-19 gratis ofrecida por la Ciudad de L.A. Haz una cita ahora.

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Connected Resources

Help better, together. By uniting those serving our communities, GET HELP® expands the access of social services to improve the lives of millions. We believe that anyone, anywhere should get the help they need, when they need it, quickly, efficiently, and with integrity and respect.

Search for Services

When time is of the essence, all you need to do is open up the app and click the service you are looking for. Within seconds, we’ll search our database of over 20,000 facilities and show you what is available near you. Logged out? Not a problem, you can still search.

Location Based

Using your current location, we are able to filter services within a 10 mile radius of where you are. Looking for someone else? Not a problem! You can change the search location at any time.

Vetted Services

Many of our services come directly from local authorities, and our team diligently verifies these services before publishing them. In addition, we’ve ensured the data collected is from verified, nationally recognized sources. So you can always trust that the facilities and services listed are accurate. Let’s harness the connective power of technology to build a better world. Connected, we can!

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