About the Vaccine Resource Hub

Although safe and effective vaccines exist for COVID-19 and influenza, the rate of vaccination across the country has slowed, leaving thousands of Americans unprotected. 

There is also a significant racial divide. Black, Latinx and other minority populations have been particularly hard hit by COVID-19 — and ensuring that these communities have continued access to accurate information and vaccines is essential.

The Mission

Under the extensive Partnering for Vaccine Equity program, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is providing funding and support to national, state, local and community-level partners, who are prioritizing equity in vaccination access among those groups experiencing disparities in immunization—including racial and ethnic minority groups, individuals living with disabilities, rural communities, older adults, individuals with chronic conditions, and more.   This Vaccine Resource Hub is part of that effort.

What the Vaccine Resource Hub Provides

This Vaccine Resource Hub has been developed to support individuals and organizations working to increase adult immunization across all communities, especially those experiencing disparities.  

The site provides access to diverse, culturally relevant and accurate materials that community-based organizations (CBOs) and the public can use to educate and inform their community about COVID-19 and influenza vaccines. Resources include infographics, toolkits, videos, unbranded digital assets, messaging, and other helpful resources. 

All materials hosted on the Hub have been assessed for accuracy and relevance, and they are free and available for download and sharing by the public.

About the Learning Community

The Partnering for Vaccine Equity Learning Community is made up of over 500 CDC-funded organizations working to address disparities in COVID-19 vaccination by improving vaccine confidence and access. These groups include state, county and local health departments, medical associations, national foundations, and community-based organizations (CBOs). They  have access to technical assistance, group and peer-to-peer learning opportunities, as well as the outreach materials and communication tools provided on this Vaccine Resource Hub.
 


 

Disclaimer

The science and related public health guidance around COVID-19 are rapidly evolving as more is learned about the virus. While the information contained within this website is periodically updated, no guarantee is given that the information provided in this website is correct, complete, and up-to-date. 

Although the Vaccine Resource Hub may include links providing direct access to other Internet resources, including websites, the CDC Foundation is not responsible for the accuracy or content of information contained in these sites. Links from the Vaccine Resource Hub to third-party sites do not constitute an endorsement by the CDC Foundation of the parties or their products and services. 

 

Funding

Funding for this effort is made possible through a subaward from the CDC Foundation and is part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) financial assistance award totaling $25,660,048 with 100 percent funding from CDC/HHS. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement by, CDC/HHS or the U.S. Government.