By CBSLA Staff

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A local crisis response organization will use a $200,000 grant to launch a fixed-mobile site in Los Angeles that will provide coronavirus testing, vaccinations, health screenings and resource coordination.

Community Organized Relief Effort was awarded the money through the #CaliforniansForAll Innovation Grant.

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CORE’s program — in partnership with Carbon Health — is an expansion of the group’s COVID relief efforts across Los Angeles.

The site will be located at San Fernando Recreation Park and is opening to the public this week.

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Residents will receive assistance with programs such as CalFresh/SNAP, WIC, Medi-Cal, LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program), rent and utility aid and other general relief.

The site will also offer COVID testing and vaccinations in partnership with Carbon Health.

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