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Adult Immunization

Access to high-quality information, preventative care, and treatments for all are at the heart of health equity. In 2020, Healthy Savannah’s work concentrated on more access to, and awareness and acceptance of, flu and COVID-19 vaccines. In the next five years, we will broaden the scope to include the Pneumonia, Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV), and Shingles vaccines. These vaccines will contribute to the health and well-being of African American and Hispanic people living in low-wealth areas in Chatham County.


COVID-19 made it clear that health equity matters, so Healthy Savannah responded by mobilizing existing community connections and resources.

Bridge Access Program

Free COVID-19 vaccines are available through this program for adults who lack health insurance or whose insurance doesn't cover all COVID-19 vaccine expenses. The program will be in operation until December 31, 2024.

Community Health Advocates

Healthy Savannah developed a network of Community Health Advocates who share messages to Black and Hispanic communities about access, awareness, and acceptance of the adult immunization such as the COVID-19 and flu vaccines as well as physical activty, nutrition, and lactation information.  As advocates they share accurate and up-to-date information that build better understanding of vaccine choices that are available and how to adress overall wellness. This will help our community make informed decisions about their health and the health of their loved ones.


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