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iREACH Program

REACH (Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health) is a national program administered by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to reduce racial and ethnic health disparities.

AIM has partnered with CDC to engage and support participating REACH organizations in their efforts to address racial and ethnic disparities related to COVID-19 and flu vaccination coverage.

Through this partnership—known as iREACH—recipients plan and carry out local, culturally appropriate programs to address racial and ethnic disparities in immunization coverage among Black/African American, Latino, Asian, American Indian, and Pacific Island/Alaska Native communities.

AIM provides a platform for REACH recipients to store and share materials, as well as facilitate communication with and between organizations. AIM also provides opportunities for support, collaboration among REACH recipients, coaching, and learning focused on navigating implementation challenges and sharing successes and promising practices.

REACH Recipient Hub

You can find all of our publicly-available REACH resources in the AIM Resource Library. If you are a reach recipient, please visit the iREACH Hub for more resources, events, and meeting recaps.

REACH Resources & Spotlights

Voices for Vaccines Community Resources
Voices for Vaccines is a family-led pro-vaccine organization providing credible, fact-based resources for families and communities. Find easy-to-understand resources for building vaccine confidence, learning about vaccine safety, and understanding community immunity.
Aluminum Adjuvants Talking Points
Vaccines include ingredients to help them do their work. Each ingredient used to make a vaccine has a specific purpose. Certain ingredients, just like preservatives in foods, help keep vaccines safe from contamination and toxins that could make us sick.
Updated COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Doses
Learn more about the two new Omicron (bivalent) vaccines, Pfizer and Moderna, which were recently authorized to be used as booster doses to help protect against the Omicron variants of the virus that causes COVID-19.
COVID-19 Reminder/Recall Postcard Templates
AIM developed four reminder/recall postcard templates for COVID-19 vaccine as part of the Vaccine Access and Training (VAT) project.
Long COVID Information and Resources
This talking points document was developed by the iREACH Subject Matter Experts to provide information and resources on long COVID-19.
iREACH COVID-19 Test to Treat Handout

This COVID-19 Test to Treat handout was developed by iREACH Subject Matter Experts Dr. Yabo…

Infographic: Vaccine Fact Check
This iREACH infographic describes three different kinds of false information and explains how to fact check information.
Infographic: Sharing COVID-19 Vaccine Facts
This iREACH infographic describes three different kinds of false information and explains how to fact check information.
COVID-19 Vaccines: From the Lab to Your Arm
This iREACH infographic illustrates the process of how vaccines are developed, giving insight into the entire vaccine process.
Infographic: How to Support a Fully-Considered Decision About COVID-19 Vaccination in African American, Latinx, and Native American Communities
Learn how you can support decision-making in individuals and consider if, and when a COVID-19 vaccination might be right for them with this infographic.
Infographic: How to Support COVID-19 Vaccination Decisions in Native American Communities
How to support COVID-19 vaccination decisions in Native American communities infographic.
Infographic: How to Support COVID-19 Vaccination Decisions in Latinx Communities
How to support COVID-19 vaccination decisions in Latinx communities infographic.

For More Information

Contact the REACH program, to learn more about collaborating to support REACH recipients.

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