Connections understands from those we serve that there may be confusion around COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters, and we’re here to help those with disabilities in our community figure out what is right for their unique situation. We do this by offering vaccine information in many accessible formats, including vaccination access with support for universal accessibility.
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Connections for Independent Living teamed with North Colorado Health Alliance and Sunrise Community Health to host a series of mobile clinics in northeastern Colorado communities. Our first tour was in December, over 300 Coloradans received vaccinations at these stops in Greeley, Haxtun, Wray, and Yuma. The second tour of our Connections Colorado Mobile Vaccine served 36 people in Kersey, Holyoke, Julesburg, and Akron.
These mobile clinics happened in partnership with the State of Colorado and were provided at no cost to the recipient.
Listen to Connections Executive Director Rochelle Mitchell-Miller, recorded live on KFKA’s NOCO Now with Tanner Schwindt on December 20, 2021. She discusses Connections’ Colorado Vaccine Bus Tour with our partner organizations and why vaccinations are important for Coloradans who live with disabling conditions.