Keeping Colorado Communities Healthy

As a statewide 501(c)3 nonprofit, Immunize Colorado (formerly the Colorado Children's Immunization Coalition) works to protect Colorado families, schools and communities from vaccine-preventable diseases. 

Immunize Colorado works with health care providers, public health departments, businesses, policy makers, and community organizations to fulfill our mission. By focusing on six programming areas – coalition building, community outreach, provider education, data translation, free and low-cost immunization partnerships and public policy – the coalition leverages the strengths and resources of our members and community partners to maximize the effectiveness of our efforts.

We do all of this without accepting funding from vaccine manufacturers and distributors.

With the uncertainty of the rapidly evolving COVID-19 pandemic, Immunize Colorado knows that much of public health and health services capacity and resources have been redirected to outbreak response. Immunize Colorado remains committed to raising awareness about the importance and safety of vaccines, especially as we anxiously await the development of an effective COVID-19 vaccine, and to sharing real-time information from providers, state agencies and researchers working on immunization uptake, access and delivery during these uncertain times. We also want to offer a very big thank you to Immunize Colorado coalition members for your tireless efforts, now and always, to protect the health of your communities.

Questions about COVID-19? 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) are the best sources of information on COVID-19. Visit these websites for updates and guidance on COVID-19, including disease prevention measures and what to do if you believe you are sick, in addition to helpful resources for the public.