Multnomah County – BIPOC and immigrant focused COVID Vaccine clinic 2/19 Highland Haven
Multnomah County Public Health’s COVID Testing and Vaccine Team are partnering with Multnomah County REACH Program and community partners for this next vaccine clinic.
Greeting Beloved Community,
We need your help! Please help us – assist eligible clients, family, elders and community in signing up for the Friday 2/19/21: REACHing US Older Adult 70+ Moderna COVID Vaccination Clinic from 10:00 am – 3:00 p.m. at Highland Haven: here.
About the Friday 2/19/21: REACHing US Older Adult Moderna COVID Vaccination Clinic
Who: This event is focused on serving our elders 70+, Black, Immigrants, Refugees, Indigenous and other people of color. This vaccination clinic will be providing the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
What: No cost. No ID needed. We’ll return in 4 weeks to provide second doses. The vaccine is Moderna. If you or a loved one qualifies, please schedule yourself for a 15 minute appointment. This is the first step of securing your vaccination appointment. Once you choose your time slot and submit your information, a link to the Health Screening Form will be sent to the email address you provided. This Health Screening Form must be completed by every person receiving a vaccine prior to their appointment. If you are registering for more than one person, please ensure the other members of your party also complete the Health Screening Form. Slots are available on a first sign-up basis.
To ensure adequate parking, and reduce time waiting in line at the event, please do NOT arrive more than 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment. Please also complete your Health Screening Form. We will have extra health screening forms onsite.
When: Friday, February 19, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Where: This event will be held at Highland Haven: 7600 NE Glisan St, Portland, OR 97213
- We will have wheelchairs to help anyone with mobility issues.
- No cost. No ID needed. We’ll return in 4 weeks to provide second doses. The vaccine is Moderna.
- The public health team is assembling a team of patient navigators to help with sign up, transport, questions, and day of appointment navigation in some key languages and can use interpreter services. More information will be available on this soon.
- The sign up form is only available in English. The health screening will be available in additional languages as identified.
We will follow up with additional outreach and communication resources; please share any specific requests.
REACHing Us Virtual Events: Please, share, promote and join us virtually for one or all of these opportunities to learn more about vaccines. We invite you to be connected in the community through our culture. Get the 411 from medical and public health professionals and ask questions about vaccines. Please find the next three events we have scheduled below:
- Feb. 18: REACHing Us: It’s Not a Game – The 411 on Vaccines Including Flu and COVID: Join us for a community game night and interactive conversation about COVID-19, vaccines and resources for our African-American/Black/African community aged 55+.
- Feb. 21: REACHing Us: A Faith in Health Virtual Conversation for Our Community This event will focus on our faith community
- Feb. 25: REACHing Us: African Immigrant and Refugees – The 411 on Vaccines Including Flu and COVID
For more information about COVID-19 vaccines, please refer to CDC Facts about COVID-19 Vaccines.
Kim Toevs, MPH
Director, Communicable Disease and Harm Reduction Programs
Multnomah County Health Department