How The Immunization Partnership impacts San Antonio's shared Community Vision
The Immunization Partnership (TIP) supports families, physicians, and policymakers in making smart choices about protecting our community from vaccine-preventable diseases. By proactively preventing life-threatening diseases, Texans avoid burdening medical costs, and are better able to thrive in work and school.
With a focus on improving immunization rates for children under the age of three and adolescents 11-17, TIP strives for universal coverage for the flu vaccine. TIP also serves communities across Texas through advocacy at the state-level. In San Antonio, TIP leads trainings to the general public and to health care providers on the latest in vaccine-related science and policy, trains local advocates on evidence-based legislation, and, in collaboration with the San Antonio Metro Health District, builds the capacity of a community-based immunization coalition.
Through immunization, TIP impacts the health of a community for generations.
Community Results Impacted
Systemic Inequities Impacted
Small Business and Nonprofit Support
The Immunization Partnership serves:
State-wide: Including Bexar County and/or City of San Antonio