The Institute for Spirituality and Health’s FaithHealth Network Collaborates with Public Health Partners to Host Free Pop-Up Vaccine Clinic at The Luke Church on Sunday, Dec. 18; Free $25 Gift Cards Provided While Supplies Last
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The Institute for Spirituality and Health’s FaithHealth Network Collaborates with Public Health Partners to Host Free Pop-Up Vaccine Clinic at The Luke Church on Sunday, Dec. 18;
Free $25 Gift Cards Provided While Supplies Last
Who: Through its FaithHealth Network, The Institute for Spirituality and Health is partnering with Greater Houston Area faith communities to raise awareness, foster dialogue, address challenges, and provide FREE pop-up vaccine sites.
The Institute values the support of the Houston Health Department, Windsor Village Church Family, the Luke Church, and the Hope Clinic who are making these free clinics possible. These clinics are staffed by Houston Public Health and the Hope Clinic medical personnel as well as volunteers.
What: The Institute and the FaithHealth Network Vaccine Initiative organizers will host the second free vaccine clinic on Sunday, Dec. 18 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. This “pop up” mobile clinic will administer Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines for adults and children ages 5 and older as well as flu shots – free of charge. Health insurance is not required. Pre-registration is not required. Walk ins are welcome Adults who receive vaccinations will receive a $25 Visa gift card while supplies last.
When and Where: The Luke Church
2380 S Houston Ave, Humble
Sunday, Dec. 18, 2022
8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
The first free vaccine clinic was held at the Windsor Village Church Family on Sunday, Dec. 4. Almost 100 vaccines were given out including 52 Covid-19 vaccines and 42 flu shots.
About the FaithHealth Vaccine Initiative
Funded by the CDC Foundation, the FaithHealth Vaccine Initiative bridges faith and health by bringing diverse faith leaders together to further the mission: to reduce vaccine inequity by improving the understanding of COVID-19, influenza and other adult vaccine preventable diseases. The Institute encourages faith-based organizations wishing to host COVID-19 and influenza (flu) vaccination sites to access free resources available from the FaithHealth Vaccine Initiative or to schedule a discussion about hosting a free vaccine clinic, please visit https://www.faithandvaccines.org. The Institute’s FaithHealth Project Coordinator Mojisola Delano can be reached via email at email@example.com or (713)797-0600, Ext. 5. Note that this phone number forwards to Delano’s mobile phone if she is not in the office.
To become a member of the FaithHealth Network, please visit https://www.faithhealthhouston.org or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About The Institute
The Institute for Spirituality and Health at the Texas Medical Center (ISH) was established in 1955 as the Institute of Religion and was a founding member of the world-renowned Texas Medical Center. For 67 years, the Institute has made a meaningful difference by cultivating heart and humanity in healthcare. From its very inception, the Institute has been dedicated to the concept that spirituality plays a vital role in health, healing, and the promotion of a sense of well-being.
The mission of The Institute for Spirituality and Health is to enhance well-being by exploring the relationship between spirituality and health. The Institute advances this mission by engaging in education, research, and direct service programs, both public and private, guided by the belief that faith and meaning impact health and healing.
For more information about The Institute, visit https://www.spiritualityandhealth.org/
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