Promotional Materials and Information About COVID (as of 6/8/21) 


NEW 6/8 (please note, some of the hours have changed)

Thank you Griffin Health, Department of Public Health, and the sponsors at Independent Living Centers throughout the state. There will be a series of vaccine clinics for people with disabilities, and will include Sign Language Interpreters. While this is the second round at these locations, people seeking their first vaccine are welcome. 

  • Una Iglesia para la ciudad (sponsored by the Center for Disability Rights) • 97 E Pearl St, New Haven • Thursday June 10 • 12-3pm • Pfizer and J & J Vaccines available
  • Griffin Health Vaccination Center (Sponsored by Independence Northwest) • 727 Rubber Ave; Naugatuck • Monday June 14 • 2-6pm • Pfizer and J & J Vaccines available
  • Access Independence • 300 Long Beach Blvd; Stratford • Wednesday Wednesday, June 16 • 2-8pm • Pfizer and J & J Vaccines available
  • Center for Disability Rights • 369 Highland Street; West Haven • Wednesday June 23 • noon-3pm • Pfizer and J & J Vaccines available
  • Norwich Transportation Center (Sponsored by Disabilities Network of Eastern CT, Inc.) • 11 Falls Ave, Norwich • Wednesday June 23 • 10am-1:30pm • Pfizer and J & J Vaccines available
General COVID-19 support for People with Disabilities


Stronger Than COVID Campaign 

Follow this link to the main website for the most up-to-date information on COVID-19.

Stronger than COVID is a campaign that ran in late Summer and early Fall by the State of Connecticut on a variety of platforms including social, digital, print, radio, and TV. The campaign highlights Connecticut's diverse immigrant population - and encourages everyone to unite in the fight against COVID-19 by continuing to wash hands, keep a distance, wear a mask, and get tested. The assets from the campaign are available to organizations, municipalities, and others who would like to share them. Many different languages and American Sign Language Videos are available on this page.


Get the Facts about the Vax

Vaccine Promotional Videos and other materials - follow this link to the main Vaccine webpage for the most up-to-date information on the Vaccine. The COVID-19 vaccination is here, and we're counting on everyone to spread the facts - not the rumors - about the vaccine. Please, share these videos, posters, and other resources with those who might find them useful.

This fact sheet from the Department of Public Health is a particularly helpful resource for general vaccine information.

Information about accessing Connecticut's COVID Vaccine Appointment Assist Line using Relay (877-918-2224)


COVID-19 Vaccination Scheduling Options

Good news, residents, workers and students ages 12+ are now eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccination in Connecticut. 

Wait. If you have already heard from your medical provider about receiving the vaccine, you're all set. Please continue to work with them to ensure you get an appointment scheduled. Also - if you already have an account in the Vaccine Administration Management System (or VAMS), click here to log into VAMS and schedule your appointment.

Not all providers use the same scheduling system. You can use the search tool on the main vaccine information page to locate a vaccine site near you, and then  you will either click "Schedule in Provider Site" or "Schedule in VAMS" to be redirected to that provider’s scheduling system.

NEW - Connecticut residents are now able to receive a COVID-19 Vaccine, at more than 50 locations, without an appointment. For the most up-to-date list of walk-up clinics, visit

Vaccine Information for Homebound Individuals

If you or someone you care for is physically or medically unable to leave their home to get the COVID-19 vaccine click here for the online homebound vaccination intake form (eligibility info included).

Information on  Vaccine Transportation Resources

Transportation resources exist across the state to help individuals get to their COVID-19 vaccination appointments. Providers and local community services have been effectively meeting the transportation needs of their communities, ensuring that transportation is not a barrier to vaccination. If you or someone you’re assisting does not have transportation access, please utilize the resources below to get connected with transportation help. 

Information for those over 55

(Please watch the videos below for more information)

Vaccination Information In American Sign Language


Information for Long-Term Care Residents

(Please watch the videos below for more information)