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Accessible Vaccine Services

VCIL has heard from Vermonters having a hard time accessing COVID and flu vaccines this year, including older Vermonters and those with disabilities.

We are proud to offer the following options for people with unmet access needs: 

  • In-Home Vaccination 
  • Community Clinics

Read our press release and download event flyers


In-Home Vaccination

In-home vaccination is available for anyone who has difficulty getting to or using a community vaccination location, including children.

For the safety of you and your family, in-home vaccinators will wear masks (including N95 respirators by request). No insurance information will be collected.

Entire households -including caregivers and friends- can be vaccinated at once.  Vaccines available include:

  • COVID Moderna (ages 6 months+)
  • COVID Novavax (ages 12+)
  • Flu (ages 6 months+)

To schedule an appointment:

Visit VCIL's Vaccine Portal for more information.

Community Clinics

VCIL is partnering with Waterbury Ambulance Service and Glover Ambulance Squad to offer community clinics.  

These are available to anyone 6 months-64 years of age.

No insurance information will be collected, and each clinic will have the option of masked, car side or outside vaccination. 

For the current list of dates and locations, vaccines available, and to schedule an appointment, visit:

For pharmacies offering vaccines, visit the CDC's Vaccine website.

In-home vaccines are available for people with transportation barriers, who are 65+, or for whom other options do not work. Visit VCIL's Vaccine Portal for scheduling information. 

For more information about vaccines or other pandemic related needs, contract Kate Larose at:
(802) 224-1818

These services are funded by the U.S. Administration for Community Living through a grant to USAging. The contents do not necessarily represent the views of USAging, ACL or the U.S. Government.

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