Vaccine Confidence Resources

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DC Resources

Data and Trends

Vaccine Confidence

Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP)

Addressing Misinformation/Disinformation

Health Care Providers

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Special Populations

Health Equity

HHS Resources

Other Resources

  • Reducing Vaccine Hesitancy for People Living With Disabilities - ASTHO
  • Resources to Support Vaccine Readiness in Your Community - Vaccine Equity Cooperative

  • Bridge Access Program promotion. This GIF and video for social media highlight the availability of free COVID-19 vaccines through the Bridge Access Program. These assets are part of a broader series of social media messages intended to dispel COVID-19 vaccine misinformation.
  • “What You Need to Know about Paxlovid.” This video for social media explains Paxlovid as a treatment for COVID-19. Paxlovid can help prevent severe disease and may also lower the risk of long COVID. It's currently authorized for people ages 12 and older who are diagnosed with mild to moderate COVID-19 and are at high risk for severe disease. Please share this with your communities and as a reel on social networks!
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.

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CDC Vaccination Information

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

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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.

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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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