We are excited to be involved with scheduling and education about Covid 19 in our community.
Hosting Educational workshops
Posting POP-UP Clinics around town
Scheduling for some Vaccine Clinics
Providing ongoing educational resources.
As Popup Clinics become available throughout the Greater Seattle Area, we are posting that information with the links to sign up. The easiest way to reach out to you is by email, so please check your emails daily. We usually find out 3-5 days before a clinic. If you do not have access to email, please note that on the form so we can try and call.
We are posting 2 types of clinics, one where we know there is an availability and they are reaching out to AARTH because they want to reach African Americans. The second type are partnered vaccine clinics where AARTH is given a certain allotment and we are asked to fill those spots. For those clinics, we have partnered with Twanda Hill & Associates and her team will set up an online portal as well as make phone calls to fill those slots.
We are currently working in Phase 1B so you would like to get vaccinated, get on our waiting list. We are here to help and serve.
Be Aware of Scammers
We will NEVER ask you for your SSN when registering you for an appointment.
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