What is the VEP?
To support local vaccine equity efforts, a trusted group of local organizations has come together to form the Vaccine Equity Partnership.
These organizations, with guidance from Washington State DOH and support from Providence NWWA clinical teams, volunteers, and the Providence Institute for a Healthier Community, Snohomish County Government and Snohomish Health District, are working together to deliver EQUITABLE, TRANSPARENT and DEPENDABLE vaccinations to vulnerable community members.
Allocating Organizations Include:
These local community organizations, who have trusted relationship within their communities, are best able to actively support access and/or resources to populations with the greatest barriers.
Supporting Community Partners Include:
- Communities of Color Coalition (Wave 2 Assessment/Mobile expansion)
- Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center (data entry support)
- Councilmember Megan Dunn, Snohomish County Council
- Everett Community College (advice & counsel)
- Medical Reserve Corps (vaccinators)
- Red Cork Bistro (volunteer nourishment)
- Snohomish County Government (advice & counsel)
- Snohomish County Latino Coalition (Criteria Committee)
- Snohomish County Mutual Aid (vaccinators)
- Snohomish Health District (initial vaccine assistance, advice & counsel)
- Taqueria Puebla (volunteer nourishment)
- Providence volunteers (Vaccine Equity Clinic operations)
- Providence Regional Medical Center Everett (on-site vaccine clinic operations)
- Providence Institute for a Healthier Community (partner support)
- Paula Rhyne, Legislative Aide to Councilmember Megan Dunn