Covid-19 Vaccination for Homebound Individuals

Homebound individuals, family members, or cartakers of homebound individuals in PSA 05:

                                 Champaign, Clark, Coles, Cumberland, Dewitt Douglas, Edgar, Ford, Iroquois, Livingston, Macon, McLean, Moultrie, Piatt, Shelby, and Vermilion Counties should contact Carle Health to schedule a vaccine appointment. 

 

Carle Health 

POC: Linda Fred

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217-902-6100

https://tinyurl.com/Carlehomebound

 

Homebound individuals, family members, or cartakers of homebound individuals in Iroquois, Ford, Livingston, and Vermilion counties can also contact Iroquois Memorial Hospital to schedule an vaccine appointment. 

Iroquois Memorial Hospital

POC: Michelle Fairley

815-432-7951

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The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) considers a homebound individual to be someone who is:

  • unable to leave the home due to an illness or injuryunable to leave the home due to an illness or injury
  • experiencing a considerable and taxing effort to leave and is absent from the home infrequently, for a short duration, or to receive medical care
  • requiring the assistance of a device, other persons or special transportation

For additional resources and counties view IDPH Covid-19 Vaccination for Homebound Individuals

Find a Vaccine

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National Resources

Visit https://www.vaccines.gov/

Text your zip code to 438829

Call 1-800-232-0233

Updated 8/16

 

 

Pharmacy Resources

CVS: https://www.cvs.com/immunizations/covid-19-vaccine

Walmart: http://walmart.com/covidvaccine

Walgreens (scheduling 12+): https://www.walgreens.com/findcare/vaccination/covid-19

Jewel-Osco: https://www.mhealthappointments.com/covidappt

Hy-Vee: https://www.hy-vee.com/my-pharmacy/covid-vaccine-consent

Kroger: https://www.kroger.com/rx/guest/get-vaccinated

 Resources for Homebound Individuals

View Covid-19 Vaccination for Homebound Individuals

State of Illinois

  • 52.14% of the Population Fully Vaccinated
  • 58.2%of the 12+ Population Fully Vaccinated
  • 81.93% of the 65+ Population Fully Vaccinated

Illinois Department of Health

CDC Data Tracker

 

Champaign County 

  • 50.86% of the Population Fully Vaccinated[1]
  • 84.72% of the 65+ Population Fully Vaccinated
  • Level of Community Transmission: High
    • Masking Recommended

Where can you get vaccinated?

 

Clark County

  • 33.96% of the Population Fully Vaccinated
  • 70.39% of the 65+ Population Fully Vaccinated
  • Level of Community Transmission: High
    • Masking Recommended

Where can you get vaccinated?

 

Coles County

  • 35.53% of the Population Fully Vaccinated
  • 74.70% of the 65+ Population Fully Vaccinated
  • Level of Community Transmission:  High
    • Masking Recommended

Where can you get vaccinated?

    • Coles County Health Department
      • (217) 348-0530
      • email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
      • 825 18th
      • Charleston, IL 61920

 

Cumberland County

  • 30.15% of the Population Fully Vaccinated
  • 66.89% of the 65+ Population Fully Vaccinated
  • Level of Community Transmission: High
    • Masking Recommended

Where can you get vaccinated?

  • For a list of local Pharmacies with the vaccine In-Stock use any of the National Resources

 

DeWitt County

  • 40.97% of the Population Fully Vaccinated
  • 76.28% of the 65+ Population Fully Vaccinated 
  • Level of Community Transmission: High
  • Masking Recommended

Where can you get vaccinated?

  • For a list of local Pharmacies with the vaccine In-Stock use any of the National Resources

 

Douglas County

  • 37.31% of the Population Fully Vaccinated
  • 70.69% of the 65+ Population Fully Vaccinated
  • Level of Community Transmission: High
    • Masking Recommended

Where can you get vaccinated?

 

Edgar County

  • 34.17% of the Population Fully Vaccinated
  • 68.92% of the 65+ Population Fully Vaccinated 
  • Level of Community Transmission: High
    • Masking Recommended

Where can you get vaccinated?

  • Edgar County Public Health Department
    • (217) 465-2212
    • 502 Shaw Avenue
    • Paris, IL 61944
    • Register for a Vaccination Appointment Here
    • If you need assistance making an appointment or if you have questions, please call their hotlines at (217) 294-2383 or (217) 294-2728
  •  
  • Next Vaccine Clinics 
  • Thursday August 21,  12:00pm-1:00pm
  • Pfizer
  • Chrisman High School- Chrisman, IL
  •  Signup here 
  • Thursday August 12,  3:00pm-4:00pm
  • Pfizer
  • Crestwood School- Paris, IL
  •  Signup here 
  • For a list of local Pharmacies with the vaccine In-Stock use any of the National Resources

 

Ford County

  • 42.68% of the Population Fully Vaccinated
  • 80.86% of the 65+ Population Fully Vaccinated
  • Level of Community Transmission: High
  • Masking Recommended

 

Where can you get vaccinated?

 

Iroquois County

  • 37.00% of the Population Fully Vaccinated
  • 69.57% of the 65+ Population Fully Vaccinated 
  • Level of Community Transmission: High
  • Masking Recommended

Where can you get vaccinated?

 

Livingston County

  • 40.64% of the Population Fully Vaccinated
  • 78.44% of the 65+ Population Fully Vaccinated 
  • Level of Community Transmission: High
  • Masking Recommended

Where can you get vaccinated?

 

Macon County

  • 40.99% of the Population Fully Vaccinated
  • 74.28% of the 65+ Population Fully Vaccinated 
  • Level of Community Transmission: High
  • Masking Recommended

Where can you get vaccinated?

 

  • Macon County Health Department 
  • Decatur, IL 62521
  • 1221 E Condit St
  • (217) 423-6988
  • To schedule a phone appointment call (217) 718-6205
  •  
  • Richland Community College Clinics
  • open to the public
  • Schedule an appointment here
  • Pfizer Clinic
  • August 25th 
  •  Johnson &Johnson 
  • August 17th 
  •  August 26th 
  • For a list of local Pharmacies with the vaccine In-Stock use any of the National Resources

 

McLean County

  • 51.22% of the Population Fully Vaccinated
  • 88.42% of the 65+ Population Fully Vaccinated
  • Level of Community Transmission: High
  • Masking Recommended

Where can you get vaccinated?

 

Moultrie County

  • 33.34% of the Population Fully Vaccinated
  • 74.55% of the 65+ Population Fully Vaccinated 
  • Level of Community Transmission: High
  • Masking Recommended

Where can you get vaccinated?

 

Piatt County

  • 45.54% of the Population Fully Vaccinated
  • 80.97% of the 65+ Population Fully Vaccinated 
  • Level of Community Transmission: High
  • Masking Recommended

Where can you get vaccinated?

 

 

For a list of local Pharmacies with the vaccine In-Stock use any of the National Resources

 

Shelby County

  • 30.84% of the Population Fully Vaccinated
  • 62.24% of the 65+ Population Fully Vaccinated 
  • Level of Community Transmission: High
  • Masking Recommended

Where can you get vaccinated?

For a list of local Pharmacies with the vaccine In-Stock use any of the National Resources

 

Vermilion County

  • 33.74% of the Population Fully Vaccinated
  • 68.98% of the  65+  Population Fully Vaccinated 
  • Level of Community Transmission: High
  • Masking Recommended

Where can you get vaccinated?

For a list of local Pharmacies with the vaccine In-Stock use any of the National Resources

 

 

[1] Illinois Department of Health. “Covid-29 Vaccine Administration Data” May 13,2021. http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccinedata?county=Champaign

[2] Carle Health. “Covid-19 Vaccination Info by County”. May 13, 2021. https://carle.org/home/covid-19-resources/covid-19-vaccine-information/county-information

[3] WGLT. “How to Get a Covid Vaccine In McLean County”. Jan. 27, 2021. https://www.wglt.org/news/2021-01-27/how-to-get-a-covid-vaccine-in-mclean-county

[4] Carle Health. “Covid-19 Vaccination Info by County”. May 13, 2021. https://carle.org/home/covid-19-resources/covid-19-vaccine-information/county-information

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  • persons 60 years of age & older
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Q. Where can I get help to repair my home or build a ramp?

All areas in the East Central Illinois area have Senior Information Service providers.

  • They can advise you about home repair, renovation, handicapped accessibility & assistive devices.
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Q. My Mother is moving here from another state. I have to work & cannot take care of her. Where can I find affordable housing with supportive services?

Each of our 16 counties has a Case Coordination Unit.

  • They have professionals who can consult with you & your mother about options for housing, in-home care, and assess current needs.
  • They will also assist in finding appropriate organizations to provide needed services.

Another resource in our area is Caregiver Advisor- They can advise you about your role as a family caregiver.

Q. My father is being discharged from a nursing home against his will. Where can we turn for help?

The Long Term Care Ombudsman Program serves as advocates for residents in LTC facilities.

  • They can advise your father about his rights as a resident.
  • They will assist in filing the appeal of the involuntary discharge.
  • The Ombudsman program can be contacted at our toll free number (1-800-888-4456).

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