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Second Dose Clinic
Second doses for the Jan. 30 participants are scheduled for Feb. 27 in Glenwood Springs at the same location. You will get a text message, email and a phone call as reminders. First doses will NOT be given at this clinic. You need to bring your CDC vaccination Record Card to this appointment. If you cannot make this appointment, please consult with your primary care provider for your options for a second dose.
Next First Dose Clinic - March 13 (Glenwood Springs)
Our next Voces Unidas clinic for first doses is scheduled for March 13 in Glenwood Springs. We are now making appointments for 1A and 1B groups, including essential workers like grocery store and restaurant workers or individuals with two or more chronic illnesses. This will be an outside clinic and clients need to come in their cars. (We will have a small indoor room to accommodate those without cars). You can sign up here.
Need Help Getting a Vaccine Now?
If you qualify for the vaccine now, Voces Unidas is helping to schedule vaccine appointments at other clinics if individuals are finding it difficult to navigate the scheduling systems due to language and other access barriers. If you need assistance, fill out this form or call 970-340-8504.
To find a location for the vaccine anywhere in Colorado, call 1-877-268-2926.
- Sun, Mar 14OnlineMar 14, 9:00 AM – Mar 15, 5:00 PMOnlineVoces Unidas will co-convene the 15th annual Latino Advocacy Day during the 2021 legislative session on March 14th and 15th. This is a day for hundreds of Latino leaders from across the state to join together to practice skills, learn about policy, and advocate directly with state lawmakers.
Voces Unidas organizes Latina and Latino leaders to change inequitable systems. These advocacy programs focus on social justice issues, including transportation, housing, healthcare, public education, economic mobility, and more.
Voces Unidas supports the growth and education of Latina and Latino leaders through culturally and linguistically effective leadership programs. These programs place leaders in opportunities where they can lead in their own communities to create systemic change.
Voces Unidas educates and mobilizes Latino voters to increase participation in all civic institutions. The civic education programs include non-partisan voter registration drives, issue education and get out the vote initiatives.