6 Ways to Give That Don’t Require Writing a Check

Find out how you can donate to Immunize Nevada without having to write a check!

Top Ten Reasons We’re Thankful!

In our coalition, a diverse, dedicated group of individuals, organizations, and institutions across the state work together to promote health and prevent disease; anytime, anyplace, anywhere. We’re thankful for the commitment they make every day to keep Nevada healthy.

It’s time to Show Some Love!

Federal employees, military personnel, postal workers, and retirees can donate to Immunize Nevada now until January 11, 2019 by using our CFC #45618.

CDC Information about Acute Flaccid Myelitis

It's always important to practice disease prevention steps, such as staying up-to-date on vaccines, washing your hands, and protecting yourself from mosquito bites.

Fight Flu and Vaccinate your Whole Family

Influenza is already spreading across our communities, and both New York and Florida have already reported pediatric deaths.

You Can Help Fight the Flu

This fall, local health non-profit Immunize Nevada is helping schools stay healthy by fighting the flu across our community.

Our Team Talks Jeans and Vaccines

In honor of #Jeans4Vaccines, we asked our team about their favorite jeans and their favorite vaccines. We hope you enjoy reading their responses and let us know, what’s your favorite vaccine and why?

Don’t Throw Away Your (MenB) Shot!

Long story short, my son got his MenB vaccine while on summer vacation. Not exactly on his bucket list of fun things to do, but he did get to relax at the pool; and I got to relax knowing he was on his way to being fully protected against meningococcal disease!

Vaccinate Before You Graduate

As you are getting ready to graduate, your mind is probably filled with final exams, summer plans, college or career next steps, travel and much more. It’s important to add one more critical thing to that list: getting vaccinated for the many diseases that are preventable.

New Graduates are Making Health Happen

Public health is hard, but it’s also incredibly rewarding. Congratulations graduates on your achievements – you are making health happen!

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