COVID-19 Vaccines & Resources

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May 18, 2021
The St. Coletta of Greater Washington, Inc. administrative offices are now open with staff working onsite. The St. Coletta adult programs and St. Coletta Public Charter School have reopened and are providing in-person services at a limited capacity at this time. Daily ongoing virtual services are also being provided. Please note that only essential visitors are allowed at any St. Coletta location and appointments are required.

Coletta Collections operation has not stopped and continues to safely provide meaningful work for adults with intellectual disabilities and funds for St. Coletta of Greater Washington. Artisans are working from home and in the studio.

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The past several months have without a doubt been challenging for many, but we are hopeful for the future. We are encouraging vaccination and continuing to collaborate with healthcare and city leaders in order to support our students, participants, and their families to the best of our ability and in the safest manner possible.
Information on the COVID-19 vaccine and other resources are below.

Student choir performing at the gala 2019

Vaccine Perspectives

Let’s Talk Vax

Staff Testimony: Deborah Watson

Former Mayor of Tuskegee on Overcoming Vaccine Inequality

The Good Listener with Barber Kennard Perry

Reverend R. B Holmes and A Matter of Faith

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

DC Dept of Health
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Prince George’s County Dept of Health
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Montgomery County Dept of Health
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State of Maryland MaxVax site
Schedule an Appointment
Alexandria City Dept of Health
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Arlington County Dept of Health
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Fairfax County Dept of Health
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Get a vaccine at a local pharmacy
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Information on Vaccines for Children
Children’s National Hospital

Coping with Stress and Anxiety
CDC.gov

General Mental Health
Resources & Help Lines

County Executive Angela Alsobrooks has Call w/ Dr. Fauci