BCACHC is excited to announce the launch of our Vaccine Confidence Resource Library! Find the tools and tips you need to connect with a wide variety of patients struggling with vaccine hesitancy.
To celebrate, we’re giving away new vaccine confidence materials for CHCs! For a limited time only, you can order materials for your CHC and we’ll pick up the tab!
For a limited time, BCACHC members can request materials to be printed and sent by mail for FREE.
This offer is open to BCACHC Members from April 4th-14th, 2022. You can use this form to order materials to help foster vaccine confidence in your community. Order during the give-away window and receive FREE posters, buttons, stickers, and one-pagers on your doorstep. Limits do apply, so place your order today!
Get posters for your waiting room, buttons and stickers for your front desk, and equip your team with easy talking points for building vaccine confidence. And remember, after the give-away window has come to a close, you can always download materials for print at our Resource Library.
Check out a few of the great new tools we have developed for health providers:
These handy tools can be printed out and kept close by in clinical offices or behind the front desk. The goal is to bring together key messages, useful resources, and tangible take-aways to address the specific concerns your patients have with vaccinations. Pull out the appropriate one-pager when you encounter someone who is skeptical about vaccinations, concerned about the impacts of being vaccinated, those interested in building skills to address vaccine hesitancy among friends or family, parents who have questions about vaccinating their children, and those who are curious about boosters.
There are lots of great visual tools about COVID-19 vaccines, but not all are framed through the lens of community health. We decided to create a few family-friendly poster designs for CHCs to use in their waiting rooms or websites to help disrupt the narrative that vaccines are just an individual choice without collective consequences.
Download our social media series
This series of social media graphics depict different kinds of people promoting vaccines, based on their value of specific relationships. This aligns with our overall strategy to consider the variety of reasons that people choose to - or choose not to - get vaccinated and boosted. By showing a diversity of motivations, all rooted in love for one another, we strived to share consistent health messages while reflecting many stories.
We hope you enjoy the resources we’ve highlighted here, and we invite you to get in touch to inquire about printing, downloading, or ordering resources. Afterall, sometimes we just need to make public health a little more fun. Send us an email if you’d like to order some buttons or stickers for your front desk! We can all play a part in shifting the narrative and boosting vaccine confidence in our communities.
Our Resource Give-away for BCACHC Members kicks off April 4th, 2022! Stay tuned.