Vaccination Resources for the Colorado Intellectual and Developmental Disability (COIDD) Community

  • Phase 1A Resources/Updates for ICFs and IDD Group Homes: Winter 2021

    • Colorado Intermediate Care Facilities (ICFs) and Group Homes serving people with IDD are receiving their vaccines in January and February of 2021! You can receive the vaccine through your local public health department, the state health department, or Walgreens/CVS.

    • Contact us at if you are part of Phase 1A and have not set up a vaccination clinic!

  • Phase 1B Resources/Updates for HCBS Providers: Winter 2021

  • Phase 1B2: Starting February 8, 2021

    • Coloradans 65-69 years old;

    • PreK-12 educators; and

    • Child care workers in licensed facilities in Phase 1B.2.

    • CDPHE Vaccine Finder

  • Phase 1B3: Starting March 5, 2021 (1 million people)

  • Phase 1B4: Starting March 19th (2.5 million people)  

    • People 50+ 

    • 16-49 with one high risk condition required.

      • Attestation required

      • ADDED 2/26/21: Individuals with disabilities who require direct care in their homes.

      •  Down Syndrome and people with disabilities that prevent them from wearing a mask.

  • Phase 2: Started April 2

    • The general public age 16 and over.

    • The intent of this classification is to vaccinate any Coloradans who were not included in earlier phases because they have lower risk of exposure or are less likely to have severe outcomes from COVID-19. May be further segmented by age if needed.

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Other Resources

CDC Resources:


Colorado State Resources:

Vaccination Clinic Resources:

Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE) Resources: 


AMDA - The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine Resources:


American Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL #GetVaccinated) Resources:

Myth Versus Fact:

Local Resources:

Advocacy Tools:

Vaccination Infographics:

Prioritization Advocacy for the IDD Community: