COVID-19 VACCINE EQUITY AND ACCESS INITIATIVE
The Center for Behavioral and Addiction Medicine (CBAM) funded by the California Community Fund (CCF) are leading a COVID-19 vaccine equity and access project in collaboration with various community partners and service providers in South Los Angeles.
The project features a series of virtual COVID-19 summits to provide the necessary resources to increase broader education, awareness, and equity around the COVID-19 vaccines. Please read below for more information regarding the series of events which feature the event recordings and resources.
The aims of the vaccine accessibility project are to:
- FACILITATE (community, public, private, and governmental partnerships to reduce COVID-19 vaccine inequity);
- EDUCATE (communities of color in South LA about the COVID-19 vaccines through virtual town halls); and
- NAVIGATE (communities of color in South LA on how to access COVID-19 vaccines).
For more information regarding the Vaccine equity and access project, please contact Damilola Jolayemi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
This public service announcement features voices of community members and service providers to encourage vaccine uptake in South Los Angeles.
Suggested Language: “The @calfund, @UCLACBAM, and @Kedren_Health are working together to increase #CovidVaccine accessibility and equity. Check out their new PSA encouraging vaccine uptake! Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/gmu5GR8my3c“
Please note that these resources were shared by our community members and leaders, faith based community gatekeepers, public health leaders and providers who live in and provide services in South Los Angeles. We hope that they will be helpful to your work across neighboring counties and the nation. Please vet and use at your discretion.
Resources listed are categorized by the corresponding governmental agencies, faith-based organizations, healthcare organization, community based organizations and community members to acknowledge their contribution.
Please consult the resource guide below, if you have any questions regarding the resources please contact Damilola Jolayemi at email@example.com.
COVID-19 Community Resource Guide available for download: COVID-19 Community Resource Guide/ Guía de Recursos Comunitarios COVID-19
Researchers from UCLA and Charles Drew University in collaboration with the California Community Foundation and various community partners held a COVID-19 Community Leadership Summit aimed at supporting COVID-19 vaccination efforts in South Los Angeles, and providing the necessary resources to increase broader education, awareness, and equity around the COVID-19 vaccines.
Access a complete recap for the COVID-19 Community Leadership Summit that happened on Friday, May 21, 2021 from 1:00pm – 2:30pm PST: https://chipts.ucla.edu/news/covid-19-community-leadership-summit-2021/
Suggested Language: “The COVID-19 Community Leadership Summit held on May 21 connected community leaders in South Los Angeles with necessary resources to increase education, awareness, and equity around the COVID-19 vaccines. Access the event recap and recording: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FelJTSli0o“
The Center for Behavioral and Addiction Medicine (CBAM) and the California Community Foundation (CCF) hosted a COVID-19 Community Summit entitled “Is the Pandemic Over?: What You Need to Know about COVID-19, the Variants and Vaccines” to share the latest information about COVID-19, the variants, and available vaccines for adults and children in South Los Angeles.
Access a complete recap for the Is the Pandemic Over?: What You Need to Know About COVID-19, The Variant and Vaccines that happened on Friday, July 23, 2021 from 3:00pm – 4:30pm PST: https://chipts.ucla.edu/news/is-the-pandemic-over-what-you-need-to-know-about-covid-19-the-variants-and-vaccines-2/
PowerPoint: Is the Pandemic Over? (English PPT)
Suggested Language: “CHIPTS is excited to share the latest information about #COVID19, the variants, and available #COVIDvaccines for adults and children in #SouthLA from our recent COVID-19 Community Summit! Access the event recap and video recording: “ chipts.ucla.edu/news/is-the-pa
El Centro de Medicina Adictiva y del Comportamiento (CBAM) y la Fundacion Comunitaria de California (CCF) organizó una Cumbre Comunitaria sobre COVID-19 titulada “¿Ha Terminado la Pandemia ?: Lo Que Necesita Saber Sobre COVID-19, Las Variantes y Las Vacunas” para compartir la información más reciente sobre COVID-19, las variantes. y vacunas disponibles para adultos y niños en el sur de Los Ángeles.
Grabacion de Eventos:
Acceda a un resumen completo de Se Acabo la Pandemia?: Lo que Necesita Saber Sobre COVID-19, La Variante y Las Vacunas el Martes 3 de Agosto de 2021 de 3:oopm a 4:00pm PST: https://chipts.ucla.edu/news/terminado-la-pandemia-lo-que-necesita-saber-sobre-covid-19-las-variantes-y-vacunas/
Diapositivas de Presentacion: Terminado la Pandemia? (Spanish PPT)
Idioma sugerido: “CHIPTS se complace en compartir la información más reciente sobre #COVID19, las variantes y vacunas #COVID19Vaccine disponibles para adultos y niños en #SouthLA de nuestra reciente Cumbre Comunitaria COVID-19. Acceda al resumen del evento y la grabación: chipts.ucla.edu/news/terminado
The Center for Behavioral and Addiction Medicine (CBAM) and the California Community Foundation (CCF) hosted a provider summit entitled “COVID-19 Roundtable: Provider Summit” to share COVID-19 updates, best practices and strategies for increasing vaccine access and uptake, approaches for community engagement and lessons learned for the future.
Access a complete recap for the COVID-19 RoundTable: Provider Summit that happened on Tuesday, August 31, 2021 from 1:00pm – 2:30pm PST: https://chipts.ucla.edu/news/covid-19-roundtable-provider-summit-recap/
PowerPoint: COVID-19 Roundtable: Provider Summit (PPT)