As of July 2020, SCRS-IL, and all Centers for Independent Living, are essential service providers and remain fully operational -- we are committed to continuing to provide resources and services to our consumers. Currently, access to our offices for independent living services are closed; however, you can still reach our team via telephone, email or video conferencing.


Our leadership team continues to monitor local and state health orders and will make arrangements to open our offices to the public when it is safe to do so.


You can email us anytime at and someone from our team will be in touch with you during regular business hours. For COVID-19 community resources, you can also get in contact with us so that we can assist you directly.

Some Facts..​

  • In the U.S., more than a quarter of all new COVID-19 cases are Delta variants.  

  • The Delta variant is more easily spread between people, and it is disproportionately affecting communities of color. 

  • Fully-vaccinated people are well protected from severe infections with Delta variants, but a small number of fully-vaccinated people can still become sick. 

  • Unvaccinated people have more than 5 times the risk of getting COVID-19 than vaccinated people. 


Information on Testing and Vaccines

  • More than 4 million people in LA County are unvaccinated. More than 1.3 million are children who are not yet eligible to be vaccinated.  

  • The test positivity rate is more than 5%. One month ago, it was less than 1%. That means more people who get a test are positive for COVID-19.  

  • LA County has administered more than 10.8 million doses of the vaccine to residents. Get vaccinated as soon as possible!  

  • New positive COVID-19 cases also include people who have been vaccinated. 

  • Free COVID-19 testing and vaccination sites  are open throughout the county, including pop-up and mobile sites. 

  • If  you test positive, you need to stay home and stay away from other people for at least 10 days. You also should tell recent close contacts to get tested and separate from others for 10 days.  

  Information from California Department of Public Health (CDPH)

  Information from California Department of Aging (CDA)