Below are vaccine resources from our partners and other credible organizations. To find a specific resource, please search by keyword and/or audience
HPV Vaccination Information for Clinicians
Research shows that healthcare professionals are parents’ most trusted source of information about the HPV vaccine. Learn the best way to talk about HPV vaccines with families.
Vaccinate with Confidence: COVID-19 (For Healthcare Providers)
The Vaccinate with Confidence strategy to reinforce confidence in COVID-19 vaccines includes building trust, empowering healthcare personnel, and engaging communities and individuals.
Vaccinate with Confidence (For Healthcare Providers)
Vaccinate with Confidence is CDC’s strategic framework to strengthen vaccine confidence and prevent outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases in the United States.
CDC’s Bridge Access Program for COVID Vaccines
CDC’s Bridge Access Program will provide free COVID-19 vaccines for uninsured and underinsured adults starting in September 2023.
Prevention and Control of Seasonal Flu with Vaccines: ACIP Recommendations for 2023-24
View CDC's summary of the ACIP's 2023-24 Flu Season Recommendations.
COVID Video Q&A (Check In with Dr. Cohen)
CDC Director, Dr. Mandy Cohen, answers common questions about COVID-19. (Published online: 9/19/23)
School Immunization Policy for the 2023-24 School Year
This document from DC Health and OSSE contains information about the 2023-24 School Immunization Policy.
View and download these graphics for use during National Immunization Awareness Month in August 2023.
Changes in School Immunization Requirements for School Year 2023-24
This document from DC Health contains info about immunization requirements for schools.
COVID-19 Vaccine Information (DC Health)
This DC Health website has information about COVID vaccines in the District.
What You Need to Know About Mpox in Spanish (DC Health)
DC Health created this one-pager about mpox in Spanish.
Mpox Information For Healthcare Professionals (CDC)
The CDC website has the latest information and recommendations related to mpox for healthcare providers.
Mpox Information for Health Departments (CDC)
The CDC website has guidance and resources for health departments on mpox.
Vaccine Schedules (CDC)
View the 2024 recommended vaccine schedules for infants and children, teens, adults and pregnant people.
Influenza Surveillance in The District of Columbia (DC Health)
This dashboard shows flu activity in DC for the current season and past seasons.
Inequities Found in Flu Vaccine Uptake (CDC)
Black, Hispanic, and American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) adults in the U.S. are more likely to be hospitalized with flu, as well as less likely to be vaccinated against flu, according to a Oct.2022 CDC Vital Signs report. View the CDC's media statement published on Oct. 18, 2022.
School Immunization Requirements Guide (DC Health)
View the vaccine requirements for DC students in the 2023-24 school year.
Vaccine- and Vaccine Safety-Related Q&A Sheets (CHOP/VEC)
CHOP's Vaccine Education Center (VEC) created these fact sheets that can be viewed online, printed, or photocopied. Healthcare professionals can order these materials for their practice. The information provided on each sheet addresses commonly asked questions and is meant to be informative; however, it should not be considered a replacement for actual medical advice.
Family Flu Stories (FFF)
Read, watch and share the emotional stories of families whose lives have been permanently changed by the flu.
3 Steps to Fight Flu (FFF)
This one-page flyer from Families Fighting Flu talks about 3 steps to fighting flu - vaccinate, test and treat.
COVID Vaccine Fact Sheets for Recipients & Caregivers
View the COVID-19 Vaccine Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) Fact Sheets for Recipients and Caregivers
How I Recommend Vaccines Video Series
CDC created a series of videos to help providers recommend vaccines to patients.
Best Practices for Vaccinations (CDC)
Visit CDC's site to get evidence-based immunization strategies and best practices that are critical to implementing a successful vaccination program.
Talking to Parents About Infant Vaccines
This handout from CDC, AAP and AAFP is to help you easily address questions parents have about infant and child vaccines.
Key Facts About Seasonal Flu Vaccine (CDC)
This CDC webpage includes information about the seasonal flu vaccines, including benefits, effectiveness, timing and more.
Flu Champion Toolkits (FFF)
In an effort to help advocates become Flu Champions in their community, Families Fighting Flu developed four different toolkits.
Mpox Factsheets (DC Health)
DC Health created a one-page factsheet called What You Need to Know About Mpox. It is available in different languages and one of the factsheets was specifically created with the PRIDE theme.
Mpox Vaccine Information (DC Health)
DC Health shares information about mpox (formerly known as monkeypox) including symptoms, how it spreads, vaccination and how to make a vaccine appointment.
COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence Training (ACOG)
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) created a six-part online training series to help OB-GYNs learn more about the importance of increasing their patients' vaccine confidence and demand—and techniques to apply in their practice.
Paying for Vaccines Online Tool (VYF)
No one should skip vaccinations because they can’t pay for them. There are several programs available in the U.S. to help people who can’t afford to pay for recommended vaccines. VYF's Paying for Vaccines Online Tool can help you figure out how to pay for vaccinations for yourself and your family members.
VFC Program Information for Families (CDC)
The Vaccines for Children (VFC) program offers vaccines at no cost to eligible children through healthcare providers enrolled in the program. Find out if your child is eligible.
Vaccines for Children Program (DC Health)
The Vaccines for Children Program (VFC) is part of the DC Health’s Immunization Program. VFC is a federally-funded entitlement program that provides vaccines free of charge to enrolled providers that serve eligible patients.
Advisory Commitee on Immunization Practices (ACIP)
The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) is a committee of experts that provides advice and guidance to CDC on effective control of vaccine-preventable diseases in the U.S.
Vaccine Information Statements in Multiple Languages
The Immunization Action Coalition (IAC) has translations of Vaccine Information Statements (VIS) in languages other than English.
Vaccine Information Statements (VIS)
Vaccine Information Statements (VISs) are required to be given to patients whenever vaccines are administered.
COVID Therapeutics (DC Health)
This DC Health webpage has information on therapeutics, which are medications used to treat at risk groups for COVID-19 and are prescribed by healthcare providers.
COVID-19 Vaccination Clinical & Professional Resources
This CDC page has cllinical and professional COVID-19 resources for healthcare professionals.
DC Office of the State Superintendent of Education
This website has information on DC's Immunization Attendance Policy
DC’s Immunization Information System
This website has helpful information for healthcare professionals on the DC Immunization Information System (DOCIIS)
DC School Nurses Association Website
The DCSNA website has information for school nurses in Washington, DC.
Vaccine Schedules for Healthcare Providers (CDC)
This CDC web page for healthcare providers has vaccine schedules for all ages.
Recommended COVID Vaccine Schedule (CDC)
The CDC created this COVID-19 Vaccine Schedule for providers. It includes COVID-19 vaccination schedules based on age and medical condition.
Immunization Information (CDC)
The CDC website has all you need to know about vaccines and vaccine-preventable diseases.
COVID-19 Information for Families (CDC)
This CDC web page contains information and guidance on COVID-19 for the public.
COVID-19 Information (DC Health)
This DC Health website provides you with everything related to COVID-19, DC case counts, vaccines, treatments and more.