April 2, 2021 – 1pm-3pm
As of March 25, 2021, all people experiencing homelessness are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in Pima County. Vaccines are being provided at multiple vaccination clinics and through pop-up vaccination events at congregate shelters, day programs, and meal sites. Join TPCH, Pima County Health Department, and El Rio Community Health Center for an informative training about COVID-19 vaccine options for people experiencing homelessness.
- Learn basic information about each of the COVID-19 vaccines available in Pima County
- Find out how people experiencing homelessness can schedule a vaccine appointment or receive a vaccine at pop-up homeless vaccination events
- Hear about common vaccine concerns and fears that lead to vaccine hesitancy
- Learn effective messages and tips you can use as a vaccine ambassador to help people experiencing homelessness build vaccine confidence and get vaccinated
This two-hour training is perfect for homeless services staff in street outreach, shelter, day center, meal site, and housing programs, as well as people with lived experience of homelessness and other trusted community leaders including faith leaders, librarians, and others who interact regularly with people experiencing homelessness.
Click here to register for the April 2 Vaccine Options and Ambassadorship training.