OneEastside will no longer be updating the Eastside Recovery Hub, and this resource will slowly be retired. You can find the majority of information featured here plus expanded programing on OneEastside SPARK, our new center for business resilience and innovation. Please update your bookmarks: https://oneeastside.org/spark. We look forward to seeing you there!
- Snoqualmie Tribe Vaccine Partnership Available to all individuals eligible to receive the vaccine
- Complete this form to be notified of City of Seattle vaccination appointment opportunities (open to all King County residents age 16+)
- In-home vaccinations through Public Health Seattle & King County are available for individuals in King County unable to leave their homes
- Vaccine Locator (Washington State Department of Health)
- Mass vaccination sites (Washington State Department of Health)
- Public Health Toolkit
- Black Community Toolkit
- Hispanic Community Toolkit
- Black Faith Toolkit
- Hispanic Faith Community Toolkit
- Corporation/Employer Toolkit
- Vaccination Toolkits from the CDC for educating communities on the importance of COVID-19 vaccines (PDF)
For Businesses and Nonprofits
COVID-19 Vaccines Toolkit for Businesses and Employers (Washington State)
This toolkit is for employers interested in helping their staff get vaccinated against COVID-19, and contains tips and suggestions for hosting a clinic through local partner organizations, or encouraging vaccination offsite in the community.
COVID-19 Community Vaccination Event Planning workbooks (King County)
These workbooks aim to assist your organization with planning a Community Vaccination Event at a large, indoor space where people can walk up and get vaccinated. There are two versions—one focused on employers and businesses and one focused on community-based organizations and faith-based organizations.
- Workbook for businesses and large employers (PDF)
- Workbook for community-based and faith-based organizations(PDF)
- Public Health – Seattle & King County https://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/health/covid-19/vaccine.aspx
- Washington State Department of Health https://www.doh.wa.gov/Emergencies/COVID19/Vaccine
- Centers for Disease Control (CDC) https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/index.html
- CDC guidance on safe behaviors post-vaccine