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Vaccine Education

Vaccines are a safe and effective way to protect you and your loved ones from preventable diseases.  We are committed to protecting the health of our community by ensuring that every child, adolescent, and adult has access to necessary vaccinations.  Our professional staff can answer questions you may have about vaccines, when to vaccinate, and where to find vaccines.  We also provide free vaccine education programs in the community and at work.  

Contact us at 973-268-2280 or complete the form below.

We provide vaccine education and support to both healthcare professionals and the public through the following initiatives:

HPV & Cancer Prevention Initiative

The HPV & Cancer Prevention Initiative, funded by the Whitehill Foundation, provides workshops and educational materials Remove this link not relevanton Human papillomavirus (HPV) to parents and adolescents primarily in Essex County.

The initiative also provides vaccine education to dental professionals on oral cancer prevention and recommending the HPV vaccine to patients.  View our on-demand video playlist the website has a line through this which needs to be eliminated of HPV vaccine resources for professionals and the public.

Protect Me with 3+ Campaign

Protect Me with 3+ is an immunization awareness video and poster contest for high school and middle school students in New Jersey. Learn more about how you can participate.

New Jersey Immunization Information System (NJIIS)

NJIIS is the official state immunization registry. The registry collects immunization data in an effort to assist the healthcare community Remove link it is not relevant with the goal of improving the health of New Jersey residents by reducing vaccine-preventable illnesses.

Hepatitis B Birth Dose Program

The hepatitis B birth dose program provides patient education materials in English, Spanish, and Chinese on preventing hepatitis B during pregnancy and the importance of babies receiving the hepatitis B vaccine within 12 hours after birth.

These Partnership  vaccine education programs are generously funded by the New Jersey Department of Health Vaccine Preventable Disease Program.