Upcoming Community Vaccine Events for People with Disabilities
The Department of Public Health (DPH) and the Mayor’s Office on Disability (MOD) are currently working hard to ensure vaccination appointments are accessible and available to people with disabilities. There are a number of initiatives underway, anyone with a disability who wants a vaccine should be able to get one.
Upcoming Community Vaccine Events:
- Lighthouse for the Blind Vaccination Clinics: Fridays, April 2 – May 7. They provide dedicated services for the people with blindness/low vision, and welcome all people with disabilities and their caregivers. Appointments can be booked through the Vaccine Call Center. 628-652-2700
- University of the Pacific Vaccine Clinic. Next clinic April 10, then TBD. They provide services for people with Intellectual and/or Developmental disabilities, but are open to all people with disabilities. Appointments can be booked online, and the Vaccine Call Center 628-652-2700 can also provide assistance.
- University of San Francisco, in Partnership with Kaiser Permanente: April 14 – 29. Program to provide vaccines for people with disabilities and older adults. The site is fully accessible. Appointments can be booked through the Vaccine Call Center 628-652-2700. You do NOT need to be a Kaiser member to participate.
For general information and resources for COVID-19 and the vaccine visit: Get help for older adults and people with disabilities.
People with disabilities and older adults can call the Vaccine Call Center 628-652-2700 for assistance Monday through Friday from 8am-5pm. During non-business hours people can leave messages which will be returned the next day (even on weekends). Call center staff have access to appointments reserved for people with disabilities and can assist people with accessing other websites.
SF DPH is actively working to develop additional opportunities all the time, so people with disabilities and older adults can call the Vaccine Call Center for the most up to date information.