COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence Resources


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Connect to Resource that Help People Access Vaccines

All Vaccinations
2024 Immunization Schedules for Healthcare Providers
Disability Information and Access Line (DIAL)

COVID-19 Vaccination
CDC’s Bridge Access Program
COVID-19 ACIP Vaccine Recommendations
COVID-19 Vaccine Handling Toolkit
Interim Clinical Considerations for Use of COVID-19 Vaccines
U.S. COVID-19 Vaccine Product Information  

Flu Vaccination
Influenza ACIP Vaccine Recommendations
People 65 Years and Older Need a Flu Shot Fact Sheet
Getting a Flu Vaccine and other Recommended Vaccines at the Same Time

 RSV Vaccination
RSV ACIP Vaccine Recommendations
Healthcare Providers: RSV Vaccination for Adults 60 Years of Age and Over
RSV Vaccination for Adults 60 Years and Older Shared Clinical Decision-Making Handout

Infection Control
Infection Control Actions for Respiratory Viruses | Project Firstline

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Black Communities

Hispanic Communities

American Indian Communities

Hmong Communities

Undocumented Immigrant Communities

Rural, Conservative Communities

Health Listening

Responding to misinformation can be overwhelming. Health Listening is here to help.

  • A tremendous amount of information (and mis- and disinformation) is circulating online about health topics like vaccines and COVID-19.
  • As partners aim to provide useful, factual information to their communities, but it’s often challenging and time-consuming to decide what to say and how to say it.
  • Health Listening provides weekly health messaging in English and Spanish tailored to the needs of community-based organizations.
  • Each week, the Public Good Projects' team of public health professionals, journalists, and media monitoring researchers surfaces only the most impactful online conversations.
  • These quickly provide an overview of the topic, why it matters, and how you could respond in both English and Spanish. Use the response suggestions to guide communication to your communities online or in other formats. Just bookmark the URL and visit each week for the most recent information.

COVID-19: Communication Resources

Videos and print materials translated into multiple languages

Communities Confronting Covid-19


Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/C3Wisconsin

Communities Confronting COVID-19 aims to protect rural Wisconsin communities by working to increase COVID-19 vaccine uptake

Search for COVID 19 Vaccines

COVID 19 Vaccine - 16th Street

Northwestern Wisconsin Vaccination Outreach Program

Oshkosh Area School District Outreach Program

Oneida Nation


Data and Trends


Vaccine Confidence


Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP)

Addressing Misinformation/Disinformation

Health Care Providers


School Social Work


Communications


Special Populations


Health Equity


HHS Resources


Other Resources

Connect to end COVID-19, overlapping speech bubbles, social workers support informed vaccine decision making

Join NASW’s national Connect to End COVID-19 effort, a CDC-funded initiative to support social workers and their clients in informed vaccine decision-making. Complimentary webinars and CEUs available.

Learn about Connect to End COVID-19


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CDC Vaccination Information

Stay up to date with the latest COVID-19 vaccination information by visiting the CDC website.

Get comprehensive CDC COVID-19 data


COVID-19 BA4 and BA5 bivalent vaccines

HHS Bridge Access

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Bridge Access Program will continue to ensure access to COVID-19 vaccines and treatments for the uninsured after commercialization of these products in the Fall 2023 through December 2024.

Learn more here and here.


In the News


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COVID-19 Resources

Social workers support informed decision making about important healthcare choices, provide health information from credible sources, and address mental and behavioral health concerns arising as a result of this public health crisis.

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