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Community-Based Organizations are working hard to educate and protect neighborhoods against COVID-19

42 Community-based organizations were the recipients of a Community Supports Program Grant by CCDPH and the Hektoen Institute from the Contact Tracing Initiative.

These Community Supports Program grants go directly to support community-level efforts aimed at lessening the spread of COVID-19 and its social and economic impact in communities and populations most affected by the pandemic.

 

What are Community-based Organizations?

Community-Based Organizations are credible, trusted institutions that play an important role in sharing accurate and timely COVID-19-related information to communities and populations served by CCDPH, especially those who have been hardest hit by COVID-19. They also serve as a resource to dispel myths surrounding COVID-19 and the vaccines.

In addition to COVID-19 exacerbating health disparities, the pandemic has also resulted in increases in:

  • food insecurity
  • housing instability
  • unemployment
  • deaths by suicide and drugs
  • violence (i.e., domestic, gun and child abuse)
  • needs for behavioral and mental health services
  • language proficiency support
  • increased need for primary care medical homes, benefits, and childcare services

CBOs are working hard to provide resources and education to their communities by hosting community events, spreading communication materials, and even providing vaccines when possible. They establish and execute localized-outreach and education campaigns to residents within CCDPH’s jurisdiction using materials developed by the Illinois Department of Public Health and/or CCDPH. CBOs also create their own communication materials including social media and print and use community institutions (e.g., neighborhood block clubs, school civic organizations, beauty salons and barber shops) to get COVID-19 information where it is most needed; this information includes general facts about COVID-19, vaccine information and availability, information about contact tracing, the importance of physical distancing, wearing masks, and washing hands, where to get tested, and how to find necessary resources.

Learn more about the Contact Tracing Initiative

What are CBOs expected to do?

CBOs are expected to expand upon their existing programs and services to either help households isolate and quarantine as needed, and to lessen the social and economic impacts of COVID-19. Based on community feedback and reports, key priorities for this funding opportunity include some of the following community supports:

  • Masks, cleaning supplies, and other necessities to lessen spread of COVID-19 and/or to stay at home
  • Access to food
  • Connections to housing and employment resources
  • Links to a primary care medical home, behavioral or mental health services, and benefits
  • Assistance with navigating health systems and telehealth
  • Childcare services
  • Senior services

How were the CBOs selected?

A “community-based organization” is defined as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that has demonstrated service delivery to specific populations and/or community areas. Service delivery includes programming driven by an understanding of, or directed by, community voice. Collaborations and partnerships between organizations are strongly encouraged. 

Additionally, CBOs who were selected must have the organizational capacity to conduct the work described above and have the fiscal and administrative capacity necessary to effectively enact the requirements of this grant. Requirements include financial stability, fiscal solvency, ability to provide separate reporting for use of funds, and staff to oversee the scope of work and comply with the contract. 

This program supports community-level efforts aimed at ensuring the Contact Tracing Initiative slows the spread of COVID-19 and lessens its social and economic impact within communities and populations most affected by the pandemic. 

CBOs selected as recipients support: 

  • Education and outreach efforts by promoting preventive actions in order to slow the spread of COVID-19.  
  • Disseminating information dispelling myths and rumors, with an emphasis on targeting priority communities and populations at greater risk of infection.  
  • Expansion of existing programs or services that help households isolate and quarantine and lessen the social and economic impact of COVID-19. 
  • Increased availability and access to testing 

Located in the Illinois Medical District, the Hektoen Institute of Medicine was founded in 1943 by a group of prominent Cook County physicians as a venue for funding and conducting medical research and education. It was named after Ludvig Hektoen, professor of pathology at Cook County Hospital and Rush Medical College, who made many advances in science and was considered to be one of the first to devote himself prominently and consistently to the science of medicine.

Today, Hektoen is a nonprofit health service and research organization that administers grant awards on behalf of community organizations, independent investigators, and institutions working to improve care and resources for the underserved. Hektoen’s sponsored programs address some of the most pressing health concerns facing underserved populations in Chicago and throughout the world, including: domestic violence, substance use, and mental health; HIV care and support services; community oncology; early intervention; healthcare reform; and a diverse array of other research and services.

The Institute also engages in a series of educational programs, publishing Hektoen International, an online journal dedicated to advancing the medical humanities, and supporting several other programs whose goal is to improve health-care and education in the Chicago area.

Learn more about the Hektoen Institute

CCDPH CBO Partners

Center of Concern

Center of Concern

The Link & Option Center, Inc. 

The Link & Option Center, Inc. 

TCA HEALTH, INC. NFP 

TCA HEALTH, INC. NFP 

Southland Ministerial Health Network, NFP 

Southland Ministerial Health Network, NFP 

 Sisters Working It Out    

 Sisters Working It Out   

Respond Now 

Respond Now 

Family Christian Health Center 

Family Christian Health Center 

Arab American Family Services 

Arab American Family Services 

True Love Center 

True Love Center 

Seasons Community Outreach Services 

Seasons Community Outreach Services 

Proactive Community Services 

Proactive Community Services 

Nations Warriors Alliance 

It Could Be Your Kid 

It Could Be Your Kid 

Cornerstone Community Development Corporation 

Cornerstone Community Development Corporation 

Centro de Trabajadores Unidos: United Workers’ Center 

Centro de Trabajadores Unidos: United Workers’ Center 

Center for Community Academic Success Partnerships 

Center for Community Academic Success Partnerships 

Barbara Westbrook Smith Family Life Center NFP 

Access to Care

Access to Care

Partners for Our Communities 

Partners for Our Communities 

Illinois Association of Free and Charitable Clinics 

Illinois Association of Free and Charitable Clinics 

Farmworker and Landscaper Advocacy Project (FLAP)

Farmworker and Landscaper Advocacy Project (FLAP)

Thinking Beyond

Northwest Compass, Inc. (NWC) 

Northwest Compass, Inc. (NWC) 

Journeys | The Road Home 

Journeys | The Road Home 

Ecker Center for Behavioral Health 

Ecker Center for Behavioral Health 

Dream Academy Foundation 

Dream Academy Foundation 

Rincon Family Services

Rincon Family Services

Pillars Community Health

Pillars Community Health

Proviso Leyden Council for Community Action 

Proviso Leyden Council for Community Action 

Loyola University Chicago    

Loyola University Chicago   

Latino Alzheimer’s and Memory Disorders Alliance (LAMDA) 

Latino Alzheimer’s and Memory Disorders Alliance (LAMDA) 

First Baptist Church of Melrose Park

First Baptist Church of Melrose Park

The Nehemiah Community Project 

The Nehemiah Community Project 

The Monroe Foundation    

The Monroe Foundation   

Sibling Leadership Network 

Sibling Leadership Network 

Quinn Center of St. Eulalia 

Quinn Center of St. Eulalia 

Progress Center for Independent Living 

Progress Center for Independent Living 

Oak Park Regional Housing Center

Oak Park Regional Housing Center

Best of Proviso Township

Best of Proviso Township

Alivio Medical Center

Alivio Medical Center

Vaccine & Testing Locations

Permanent & Semi Permanent Vaccine Locations

Provider NameStreetCityZipLink for ApptsPhone Number
ACCESS Addison Family Health Center
1111 W. Lake StreetAddison60101Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Ashland Family Health Center
5159 S. Ashland Ave.Chicago60609Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Auburn-Gresham Family Health Center
8234 S. Ashland Ave.Chicago60620Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Austin Family Health Center
4909 W. Division
Suite 508
Chicago60651Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Blue Island Family Health Center
13000 Maple AvenueBlue Island60406Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Booker Family Health Center
654 E. 47th StreetChicago60653Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Brandon Family Health Center
2822 E. 83rd StreetChicago60617Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Brickyard Family Health Center
6020 W. Diversey Ave.Chicago60639Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Cabrini Family Health Center
3450 S. Archer Ave.Chicago60608Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Centro Medico
3700 W. 26th St.Chicago60623Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Centro Medico San Rafael
3204 W. 26th St.Chicago60623Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Des Plaines Valley Health Center
7450 W. 63rd StreetSummit60501Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Doctors Medical Center
6240 W. 55th StreetChicago60638Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Evanston Family Health Center
1723 Howard StreetEvanston60202Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Family Health Society
152 W. Lincoln HighwayChicago Heights60411Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS at Gary Comer Youth Center
7200 S. Ingleside Ave.Chicago60619Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Genesis Center for Health and Empowerment
1 N. BroadwayDes Plaines60016Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Grand Boulevard Health and Specialty Center
5401 S. WentworthChicago60609Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Hawthorne Family Health Center
3040 S. Cicero Ave.Cicero60804Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Located at Holy Cross
2701 W. 68th Street
Chicago60629Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Humboldt Park Family Health Center
3202 W. North AvenueChicago60647Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Kedzie Family Health Center
3229-43 W. 47th Pl.Chicago60632Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Madison Family Health Center
3800 W. Madison StreetChicago60624Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Martin T. Russo Family Health Center
245 South Gary Avenue - Lower LevelBloomingdale60108Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Melrose Park Family Health Center
8321 W. North AvenueMelrose Park60160Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Northwest Family Health Center
1120 N. Arlington Heights Rd.Arlington Heights60004Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Pilsen Family Health Center
1817 S. Loomis StreetChicago60608Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Plaza Family Health Center
2533 W. Cermak RoadChicago60608Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Rogers Park Family Health Center
1555 West Howard StreetChicago60626Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Servicios Medicos La Villita
3303 W. 26th StreetChicago60623Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS at Sinai
Sinai Community Institute
2653 W. Ogden Ave.
3rd Flr.
Chicago60608Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Southwest Family Health Center
4839 W. 47th StreetChicago60638Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Warren Family Health Center
2409 W. Warren BoulevardChicago60612Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS West Chicago Family Health Center
245 W. Roosevelt -
Bldg 14, Suite 150
West Chicago60185Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
ACCESS Westside Family Health Center
3752 W. 16th StreetChicago60623Make an appointment1-833-754-2149
Alivio at 2100 S Morgan 2100 S MorganChicago60608Make an appointment(773) 254-1400
Alivio Medical Center - Berwyn6447 Cermak RdBerwyn60402Make an appointment(773) 254-1400
Alivio PAV YMCA2947 S Oak Park AveBerwyn60402Make an appointment(773) 254-1400
Alzien Medical Ltd2850 W 95th St Suite #400 Evergreen Park60805Make an appointment(708) 424-7600
Alzien Pediatric Associates6700 W 95th St #250 Oak Lawn 60453Make an appointment(708) 424-7600
Aunt Martha's - Harvey15420 Dixie HwyHarvey60426(877) 692-8686
Broadway Medical Center - Bellwood4009 Warren Ave Bellwood 60104Make an appointment(708) 343-1300
Broadway Medical Center - Melrose Park153 1/2 N 19th Ave Melrose Park60160Make an appointment(708) 345-8960
Chicago Behavioral Hospital555 Wilson Ln Des Plaines60016Email for appointments (847) 768-5430
Emerge MedStaffing3330 W 177th St Suite 3FHazel Crest60429Make an appointment(888) 855-2995
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Epic Urgent Care770 E Dundee Rd Palatine60074Make an appointment(708) 733-7750
Gottlieb Hospital701 W North AveMelrose Park60160Make an appointment
Jewel Osco 25043243 W 115th StMerrionette Park60803Make an appointment
(877) 723-3929
Jewel Osco 30519352 W 159th StOrland Park60462Make an appointment
(877) 723-3929
Jewel Osco 31821202 State StreetLemont60439Make an appointment(877) 723-3929
Jewel Osco 318817705 Halsted StHomewood60430Make an appointment(877) 723-3929
Jewel Osco 32237523 Lake StRiver Forest60305Make an appointment(877) 723-3929
Jewel Osco 3290806 W. North AvenueMelrose Park60160Make an appointment(877) 723-3929
Jewel Osco 34298730 W Dempster StNiles60714Make an appointment(877) 723-3929
Jewel Osco 3456411 Green Bay RoadWilmette60091Make an appointment(877) 723-3929
Jewel Osco 3474423 E. Dundee RoadPalatine60067Make an appointment(877) 723-3929
Jewel Osco 42282128 S. Manheim RoadWestchester60154Make an appointment(877) 723-3929
Jewel Osco 43081151 S Roselle RdSchaumburg60193Make an appointment(877) 723-3929
Jewel Osco 868801 S Ridgeland AveOak Lawn60453Make an appointment(877) 723-3929
Jewel Osco Store 11340 Patriot Blvd.Glenview60026Make an appointment(877) 723-3929
Jewel Osco Store 309812001 S. Pulaski RoadAlsip60803Make an appointment(877) 723-3929
Jewel Osco Store 322022 Biesterfield RoadElk Grove Village60007Make an appointment(877) 723-3929
Jewel Osco Store 34251480 Lee StreetDes Plaines60018Make an appointment(877) 723-3929
Jewel Osco Store 34611860 S Arlington Heights RdArlington Heights60005Make an appointment(877) 723-3929
Jewel Osco Store 34861489 Palatine RdHoffman Estates60192Make an appointment(877) 723-3929
Jewel Osco Store 40299534 S. Roberts RoadHickory Hills60457Make an appointment(877) 723-3929
Jewel Osco Store 7545545 S. Brainard AvenueCountryside60525Make an appointment(877) 723-3929
Loyola University Medical Center2160 S 1st AveMaywood60153Make an appointment
MacNeal Hospital3249 S Oak Park AveBerwyn60402Make an appointment
Oak Street Health
- Bellwood
456 25th AveBellwood 60104Make an appointment888-386-2178
Oak Street Health
- Berwyn
7000 Cermak RdBerwyn60402Make an appointment888-386-2178
Oak Street Health
- Blue Island
3076 W 127th StBlue Island60406Make an appointment888-386-2178
Oak Street Health
- Lincoln Crossing
1401 Western AveChicago Heights60411Make an appointment888-386-2178
PCC-South6201 Roosevelt RoadBerwyn60402(773) 295-3347
PCC-Melrose Park1111 Superior Street, Suite 101Melrose Park60160(773) 295-3347
Physicians Immediate Care
-Alsip
4800 W 129th St Alsip60803Make an appointment708-377-2169
Physicians Immediate Care
-Elk Grove Village
1420 Busse RdElk Grove Village60007Make an appointment847-653-0142
Physicians Immediate Care
-Hanover Park
7425 Barrington RdHanover Park60133Make an appointment630-823-0392
Physicians Immediate Care
-Niles
8630 W Golf RdNiles60714Make an appointment847-299-0009
Physicians Immediate Care
-Norridge
4900 N Cumberland AveNorridge60706Make an appointment708-456-1600
Physicians Immediate Care
-Orland Park
9570 W 159th St Ste AOrland Park60467Make an appointment708-675-7070
Physicians Immediate Care
-Park Ridge
123 S Northwest HwyPark Ridge60068Make an appointment224-585-7000
Pillars Community Health27 Calendar AveLa Grange60525Make an appointment(708) 745-5277
Quik Scripts3330 Ridge RdLansing60438Make an appointment708-474-9540
SPI Primary Care30 E. 15th StreetChicago Heights60411Make an appointment(708) 747-7777
SPI Primary Care3700 W. 203rd StreetOlympia Fields60461Make an appointment(708) 679-2570
Star-Care Family Wellness9830 Ridgeland Ave Ste 9AChicago Ridge60415Make an appointment708-581-4960
Walgreens 111094800 148th StMidlothian60445Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens 14504101 1st AveLyons60534Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens 156353959 W 95th StEvergreen Park60805Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens 15907800 Devon AvePark Ridge60068Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens 27219000 N Greenwood AveNiles60714Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens 27855840 W 35th StCicero60804Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens 2986815 Summit StElgin60120Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens 30767251 Lake StRiver Forest60305Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens 39235 E Palatine RdArlington Heights60004Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens 48746600 Willow Springs RdLa Grange Highlands60525Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens 56702 N La Grange RdLa Grange60525Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens 56831403 Waukegan RdGlenview60025Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens 59624820 N Cumberland AveNorridge60706Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens 64629595 Grand AveFranklin Park60131Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens 6564522 Torrence AveCalumet City60409Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens 67601000 N Roselle RdHoffman Estates60169Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens 74113200 Vollmer RdOlympia Fields60461Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens 96001445 W North AveMelrose Park60160Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens 9924390 E 162nd StSouth Holland60473Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens Store 12494800 W Cermak RdCicero60804Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens Store 14498000 Broadview Village SqBroadview60155Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens Store 2091028 S Elmhurst RdMount Prospect60056Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens Store 34332560 W Golf RdHoffman Estates60169Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens Store 372713 E Irving Park RdStreamwood60107Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens Store 37297350 Barrington RdHanover Park60133Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens Store 392818301 Pulaski AveHazel Crest60429Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens Store 3940375 E Dundee RdPalatine60074Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens Store 39956 E North AveNorthlake60164Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens Store 41487960 W 159th StOrland Park60462Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens Store 4438930 Elk Grove Town CtrElk Grove Village60007Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens Store 494713501 Cicero AveCrestwood60418Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens Store 50766800 Ogden AveBerwyn60402Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens Store 50863120 Chicago RdSouth Chicago Heights60411Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens Store 512718133 Torrence AveLansing60438Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens Store 51282601 E Sauk TrlSauk Village60411Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens Store 51397945 W 95th StHickory Hills60457Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens Store 53844700 Gilbert AveWestern Springs60558Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens Store 56848800 W 95th StHickory Hills60457Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens Store 91418700 S Kedzie AveEvergreen Park60805Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS
Walgreens Store 92461000 E Northwest HwyArlington Heights60004Make an appointment1-800-WALGREENS

Community Based Events

RegionCBO NameEventEvent Date
SouthBWS Family Life CenterFood Distribution and Community EducationEvery Sat, 9:30am - noon
WestFirst Baptist Church of Melrose ParkFood Distribution and Community EducationEvery Friday
WestCercl (Loyola)Testing Every Wed, Thur and Fri
SouthArab American Family ServicesVaccine Registrations & AppointmentsOngoing

Communication Toolkits

GENERAL VACCINE MESSAGING

General Messaging from the CDC

What You Need to Know

  • COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective.
  • You may have side effects after vaccination. These are normal and should go away in a few days.
  • It typically takes two weeks after vaccination for the body to build protection (immunity) against the virus that causes COVID-19. You are not fully vaccinated until 2 weeks after the 2nd dose of a two-dose vaccine or two weeks after a one-dose vaccine.
  • Learn how to find a COVID-19 vaccine so you can get it as soon as you can.
  • People who have been fully vaccinated can start to do some things that they had stopped doing because of the pandemic.
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What We Are Still Learning

  • We are still learning how well vaccines prevent you from spreading the virus that causes COVID-19 to others, even if you do not have symptoms. Early data show that vaccines help keep people with no symptoms from spreading COVID-19.
  • We are also still learning how long COVID-19 vaccines protect people.
  • We are still learning how many people have to be vaccinated against COVID-19 before the population can be considered protected (population immunity).
  • We are still learning how effective the vaccines are against new variants of the virus that causes COVID-19.

 

Availability of Vaccines

What we know

Vaccines are now more widely accessible in the U.S. Everyone ages 12 and older is recommended to get a COVID-19 vaccination.

Vaccines are now more widely accessible in the U.S. The federal government continues to work toward making vaccines widely available for everyone at no cost. Learn more about how COVID-19 vaccines get to you.

Many doctors’ offices, retail pharmacies, hospitals, and clinics offer COVID-19 vaccinations. Your doctor’s office or local pharmacy may contact you with information about their vaccination plans. Parents, check with your child’s healthcare provider about whether they will offer COVID-19 vaccination.

 

Information about COVID-19 Vaccines for Children and Teens

Get a COVID-19 vaccine for your child as soon as you can.

Prepare for your child’s vaccination visit.

  • Get tips for how to support your child before, during, and after the visit.
  • Talk to your child before the visit about what to expect.
  • Tell the doctor or nurse about any allergies your child may have.
  • Comfort your child during the appointment.
  • To prevent fainting and injuries related to fainting, your child should be seated or lying down during vaccination and for 15 minutes after the vaccine is given.
  • After your child’s COVID-19 vaccination, you will be asked to stay for 15–30 minutes so your child can be observed in case they have a severe allergic reaction and need immediate treatment.

Possible side effects

Your child may have some side effects, which are normal signs that their body is building protection.

On the arm where you got the shot:
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  • Pain
  • Redness
  • Swelling
Throughout the rest of your body:
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  • Tiredness
  • Headache
  • Muscle pain
  • Chills
  • Fever
  • Nausea

These side effects may affect your child’s ability to do daily activities, but they should go away in a few days. Some people have no side effects.

Ask your child’s healthcare provider for advice on using a non-aspirin pain reliever and other steps you can take at home to comfort your child. It is not recommended you give pain relievers before vaccination for the purpose of trying to prevent side effects.

After you and your child are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, your family can resume activities that you did prior to the pandemic. Learn more about what your child and your family can do when you have been fully vaccinated.

Cost of vaccines

You will not be charged for a COVID-19 vaccine.

COVID-19 vaccination providers cannot:

  • Charge you for the vaccine.
  • Charge you any administration fees, copays, coinsurance, or the balance of the bill after appropriate reimbursement.
  • Deny vaccination to anyone who does not have health insurance coverage, is underinsured, or is out of network.
  • Charge an office visit or other fee to the recipient if the only service provided is a COVID-19 vaccination.
  • Require additional services in order for a person to receive a COVID-19 vaccine; however, additional healthcare services can be provided at the same time and billed as appropriate.
 
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CCDPH's "Answer the Call" campaign/microsite - Why Contact Tracing is so important to stop the spread of COVID-19

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