The Greatest Gifts of All: Our Volunteers
As we near the end of a second year of a worrisome and turbulent pandemic, we are feeling hopeful and profoundly grateful.

We are grateful for our unmatched, best-of-class staff of clinical and non-clinical professionals, who have worked diligently to ensure that our patients have continued to safely receive the primary and behavioral health care and enabling and supportive services they need. Tantamount to this, providing community residents with convenient, accessible COVID-19 testing, vaccination and care (with more than 42,000 vaccine doses and 27,000 tests administered to date).

We are grateful to our engaged and supportive federal, state, municipal and community partners, who are together with us in this work, and we are gratified by and honor the trust and confidence that the community and our patients, longstanding and new, have placed in us. This considered, we feel a most special acknowledgement is also in order.
We wish to express our deep and abounding gratitude to our selfless, miraculous and tenacious Vaccine Volunteers who have come forward and wholly leaned in to make each vaccine possible. Week after week, month aafter month, A Volunteer Army stands shoulder-to-shoulder with our staff to help ensure that community residents have the best possible experience at the 180 Old Colony Ave. vaccine clinic in Quincy. We simply would not be able to provide the level and volume of response at the clinic without their heartfelt and committed support.

Regardless of the role they fill at the clinic -- greeting, assisting with wayfinding and patient flow, preparing vaccination cards, educating or easing anxiety – our Pandemic Response Team, with Volunteers as our lifeforce, do it in friendship and with intelligence, patience and good humor!

To our Vaccine Volunteers, THANK YOU! There is no greater gift than to bear witness to your service and partnership! 
It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year -- to Get Your COVID-19 Vaccine and Flu Shot!
COVID-19 Vaccines Available
Manet offers free COVID-19 vaccines for anyone in our community age 5 and older.

Due to high demand, appointments are preferred and strongly encouraged to ensure we can serve you. Walk-in accommodations will be assessed session-by-session and cannot be guaranteed. The best way to make an appointment is to book online at or to call 617-376-3000 (Quincy), 508-822-5500 (Taunton) or 508-205-4600 (Attleboro).

For your comfort and clinic efficiency, please remember to wear a short-sleeved or flexible long-sleeved top to receive your vaccine readily. Also, please remember to bring your Vaccination Card with you to your appointment.

We offer all three approved vaccines (Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson), including boosters, for patients and community residents at the following locations:
Quincy Vaccine Clinic
180 Old Colony Ave.

Tuesdays: 5 - 7 PM
Thursdays: 1 - 7 PM
Fridays: 1 - 4 PM
Saturdays: 9 AM - Noon
Manet, Taunton
1 Washington Street

Tuesdays: 9 - 9:45 AM (ages 5-11 only); 10 -11:30 AM (ages 12+)
Manet, Attleboro
8 North Main Street
Thursdays: 1 - 3 PM
Don't Let the Flu Get You!
Manet is hosting a Flu Shot Clinic in partnership with the Town of Dighton on Saturday, December 18, from 10 a.m. to Noon , at Old Town Hall, 1111 Somerset Avenue.

Schedule an appointment online or call the Dighton Board of Health at 774-872-0943.
We love a parade!
Manet had the honor of serving as Grand Marshal of the City of Quincy's 68th Christmas Parade, along with the Quincy Public Health Department, on November 28. Manet's COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Volunteers and staff had a great vantage point from a float that led the parade down the three-mile stretch from Quincy Center to North Quincy.
About Manet Community Health Center
Manet Community Health Center is a not-for-profit health and social services provider, founded in 1979 to provide access to quality health care for all. Manet’s exceptional primary care and behavioral health providers deliver convenient, patient-centered, comprehensive, quality care at three locations in Quincy, one in Hull, one in Taunton and at our newest site in Attleboro.

Manet serves patients of all ages, including infants, children, adolescents, adults and seniors, from across the South Shore and Southeastern MA.