Connecticut is divided into public health areas for the purpose of running clinics that can provide vaccine or antibiotics to Connecticut residents during a public health emergency. During an emergency, state and local health departments will provide information via television and radio as to where to go and when.
These mass vaccination and dispensing clinics are coordinated by local health departments and public health staff, but many volunteers are needed. Nurses, pharmacists, physicians, and non-medical volunteers are considered crucial to the success of these clinics. To become a volunteer, contact your local health district or department for more information or call 2-1-1.
To find which mass dispensing/vaccination area you are in, click on your town's name below: