Thank you for serving as a Community Vaccine Champion!
As a champion, you are playing a significant role in facilitating real and authentic conversations about COVID-19 and the flu with family members and friends in your community.
While you’ve already been trained, this page is a place for you to access resources from previous trainings and find the most up-to-date information regarding COVID-19 to share with people who are hesitant about receiving a vaccine and help them make an informed decision.
Community Vaccine Champion: Glendora Johnson Cooper
In this video, Community Vaccine Champion Glendora Johnson Cooper discusses the impact that COVID-19 has had on her community and why she became a champion. This video was created in partnership with CVC-Glendora, Jericho Road Health Services, and local videographer Alexander Harold.
- Community Vaccine Champion Pregnant, Postpartum, Lactating Resource Guide (6 MB PDF)
- Community Vaccine Champion Resource Guide for Adults (5 MB PDF)
- REACH COVID-19 and flu resource page
- Vaccine Champion Outreach Training (5 MB PDF). This guide is designed for Vaccine Outreach Champions to strengthen important facilitation skills and communication skills, and to provide resources to encourage open, honest, authentic, and engaging conversations about COVID-19 and influenza (flu) vaccinations.
Upcoming events for REACH Community Vaccine Champions
As a Community Vaccine Champion, you are encouraged to participate in a variety of outreach events to facilitate real and authentic conversations in the community about receiving COVID-19 and flu vaccinations.
No events are currently scheduled.
If you are interested in learning about and attending a future event, please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Community Vaccine Champion initiative is part of Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH), a project administered by CAI that uses a community-led approach to help to reduce chronic illness among African American/Black residents in five underserved ZIP codes in Buffalo, New York.