Keeping Colorado Communities Healthy
Immunize Colorado works to protect Colorado families, schools and communities from vaccine-preventable diseases.
Save the Date! 2023 Regional Immunization Summit
The Colorado Regional Immunization Summit is back! Mark your calendar and plan to join us June 7-8 in Glenwood Springs to learn from world-renowned experts about current issues and strategies to increase vaccine delivery, education, and uptake. The full conference agenda and details will be announced soon, so stay tuned!
Get Answers to Common COVID-19 Vaccine Questions
It's completely normal to have questions about COVID-19 vaccines. While medical and public health experts are still learning about COVID-19, there is a lot we do know about the vaccines that prevent it.
Immunize Colorado is Hiring!
Interested in helping to improve the health of Colorado communities? Join our team! Immunize Colorado is hiring for the following positions.
As Colorado’s only statewide independent 501c(3) nonprofit organization committed to keeping Coloradans healthy through immunization, Immunize Colorado elevates the essential role vaccines play in preventing illness and promoting health for all of Colorado; we do this by building awareness for vaccines, educating health care providers, and advocating for policies that protect Coloradans with the goal of increasing vaccination rates.
Vaccines Save Lives
Vaccines avert over $400 million in hospitalization charges in Colorado each year.
Vaccines prevent over 8,600 hospitalizations among Colorado children each year.
Vaccines prevent 4 - 5 million deaths worldwide each year.
In the U.S., vaccines protect people of all ages against 17 dangerous or deadly diseases.
Supporting Vaccines For All
We believe that all groups—regardless of race, ethnicity, ability, income or other factor—deserve to have accurate information about vaccines, and reliable access to them.
The 2023 Colorado Regional Immunization Summit
Team Vaccine Blog
What’s the Impact of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases in Colorado?
Immunize Colorado and Children’s Hospital Colorado recently released a report detailing the impact of vaccine-preventable diseases (VPDs) in Colorado from 2020-2021. The report, which was prepared by researchers in the Department of Epidemiology at Children’s Colorado, reveals that in the two-year span over 327,000 adults…
Immunize Colorado and Children’s Hospital Colorado recently released a report detailing the impact of vaccine-preventable diseases (VPDs) in Colorado from 2020-2021. The report, which was…
We Vaccinate Because We Care
Even though Valentine’s Day has passed, we want to bring the focus back to love and ways to show each other we care. After all, shouldn’t we focus more on that every day? At Immunize Colorado, one of the many reasons we vaccinate is to…
Even though Valentine’s Day has passed, we want to bring the focus back to love and ways to show each other we care. After all,…
If there were a vaccine against cancer, wouldn’t you get it for…
Each year, more than 37,000 cancer cases attributable to human papillomavirus, or HPV, are diagnosed in the U.S. Thankfully, there is a vaccine that can prevent HPV and the cancers it can cause. During HPV Prevention Week (January 22 – 28), the Alliance for HPV…
Each year, more than 37,000 cancer cases attributable to human papillomavirus, or HPV, are diagnosed in the U.S. Thankfully, there is a vaccine that can…
Vaccines in the News
Advocate With Us
Our communities are safer when there are effective policies in place to support vaccination efforts.
Anyone who supports protecting families, schools and communities from vaccine-preventable diseases can be an advocate. Whether it’s talking to a fellow parent on the playground or meeting with an elected official, we can all take steps to champion vaccines in our communities and make sure every Coloradan has reliable information about and access to life-saving vaccines.