LIFTT encourages you to get the COVID-19 Vaccine and can help make it happen
Dear Consumers and Friends of LIFTT,
The team here at Living Independently for Today & Tomorrow would like to encourage everyone who is eligible and medically qualified to as soon as possible get a COVID-19 vaccine. Getting all who are able vaccinated against COVID-19 is a critical step in moving our communities, state, nation, and the world out of the darkest days of the last year.
The COVID-19 vaccines being given out by local health departments and other medical providers in our communities are safe and effective and completely free of charge! Visit vaccines.gov to find a location in your area and information about how to make an appointment. You can also find vaccination site information by texting your zip code to 438829 or by calling (800) 232-0233.
If you are a person with a disability and you need assistance in finding a vaccine location near you, making an appointment, getting to a vaccination site, or face other barriers; LIFTT can help you navigate the process. Please give us a call at (406) 259-5181, or send us a message at liftt.org/contact.
For more information about how COVID-19 vaccines work, what vaccines are available for their safety, general side effects, and who can get vaccinated visit https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/index.html. If you have specific questions about your medical situation and the COVID-19 vaccine please reach out to your health care provider.
If you already gotten the vaccine or arranged to do so, Thank you for stepping up to protect yourself your families friends, and your communities! Vaccinated individuals can check out https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/fully-vaccinated.html. If you are interested in sharing your experience getting the shot on social media checks out the “Share your Shot: campaign from The National Association of Councils on Developmental Disabilities.
Stay Safe & Healthy,
The Team at LIFTT
Looking to schedule a first COVID-19 vaccination?
For residents of Yellowstone County, there are two ways you can make your appointment to get your first COVID-19 vaccine at the Unified Health Command clinic at Metra Park’s Cedar Hall
Phone: Call (406) 406.651.6596 and ask to schedule a COVID-19 vaccination.
Online: Go to mtreadyclinic.org and click on the blue button that says: Find a Clinic. Scrolling down, information for each Cedar Hall vaccination clinic scheduled for next week is listed. If the clinics are not listed, type “Metra” into the location search and follow the onscreen instruction to complete registration.
Your appointment for the second COVID-19 vaccination will be scheduled at the time of your first vaccination.
For more detailed information about the COVID-19 vaccine and its distribution visit covid.riverstonehealth.org or contact your medical provider.