Centers for Disease Control Resources

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides a wide array of information and resources that are beneficial to social workers who are working to enhance COVID-19 vaccine confidence and support clients in informed vaccine decision-making.

Data and Trends

Vaccine Confidence

Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP)

Addressing Misinformation/Disinformation

Health Care Providers

School Social Work

Special Populations

Health Equity

HHS Resources

Other Resources

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At-⁠Home COVID-⁠19 Test Information

Need a COVID-⁠19 test? Learn more about available tests and other resources.

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CDC Vaccination Information

Stay up to date with the latest COVID-19 vaccination information by visiting the CDC website.

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CDC GISVaxView: Geospatial Vaccination Information

COVID-19 BA4 and BA5 bivalent vaccines

HHS Bridge Access

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Bridge Access Program will continue to ensure access to COVID-19 vaccines and treatments for the uninsured after commercialization of these products in the Fall 2023 through December 2024.

Learn more here.

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Vaccine Education with "Connect to End COVID-19"

Tune in to NASW Social Work Talks podcasts on Vaccine Education with “Connect to End COVID-19” and How to Reach Special Populations with Motivational Interviewing.

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COVID-19 Social Work Advocates Stories

Read articles on COVID-19 and vaccine education

In the News

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NASW COVID-19 Resources

Social workers support informed decision making about important healthcare choices, provide health information from credible sources, and address mental and behavioral health concerns arising as a result of this public health crisis.

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