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Please know that if you are in either Phase 1A or Phase 1B, Tier 1, then you are eligible to get your vaccination now if you should choose to get it.

Here are the eligible categories as of January 20, 2021:
  •  Individuals living in licensed long term care facilities (Community Care Facilities (CCFs), Intermediate Care Facilities (ICFs), and Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF)
  • Healthcare workers, including all vendors who provide direct services to regional center consumers and IHSS workers
  • Individuals 65 and older
  • Family members who provide care for an individual in their
____household who:
_______A. Has a developmental disability; AND
_______B. Has a co-occurring medical condition of Cerebral Palsy,__ _________Epilepsy, Down Syndrome, or Ventilator or_____________ _________Oxygen-dependent. This list may include other_________ _________medical conditions considered to be at increased_______ _________risk for severe COVID illness.

Click here for more information about eligibility for family care providers.
You can view the complete list of vaccination phases here. This list of vaccination phases shows who is currently eligible for the vaccine and who is not. 

The link you will need to make your appointment is:

An appointment must be made at one of LA County’s Points of Dispensing through the county’s website. To schedule an appointment for vaccination, please go to:
What you will need:
If you are currently eligible for the vaccine, you will need to bring certain proof to your vaccine appointment. View the list of required documentation here
Here is a map with all the LA County sites:
Want to know when you are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine? 

Register at to see if you are eligible at this time. If you are not currently eligible, you will be able to register for a notification when you become eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.

Additional vaccine Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

You can view additional FAQs about the COVID-19 vaccine here!

NLACRC Virtual Town Hall

Join us at the NLACRC Virtual Town Hall COVID-19 vaccine informational meeting tomorrow, February 4, 2021, at 11:30 am. View the flyer here.
DVU Town Hall

Disability Voices United ("DVU") is hosting a Town Hall on the COVID-19 vaccine equity, accessibility, and efficacy, on Thursday, February 4, from 3:00 to 5:00 pm. Click here to register.
This communication is to share resources only. This communication is not intended to be considered a mandate to receive the vaccine. As this is a personal decision only you can make, it needs to be an informed choice. If you or your loved one needs additional resources to better educate yourself on the types of vaccines, risks, and benefits, as well as other useful information, please see the Department of Developmental Services’ website at
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