BIPOC Vermont Clinic Information


If you or anyone in your household identifies as Black, Indigenous, or a person of color (BIPOC), including anyone with Abenaki or other First Nations heritage, all household members who are 16 years or older can now sign up to get a vaccine. There are many options for how:

NOTE: If you are newly eligible to get a vaccine for a reason other than your age (for example, BIPOC Vermonters) you may need to answer a few new eligibility questions before making an appointment.

  1. Log in to your account and click on the “Dependent/Spouse” tab.
  2. Click on “UPDATE DETAILS” for the person who needs an appointment, check the consent box and update your information.
If you or someone you know is an undocumented immigrant, please view the FAQ here about eligibility.



The BIPOC household focused clinics led by the Windham County NAACP in Brattleboro, Bennington and Rutland and the Racial Justice Alliance and the Vermont Professionals of Color Network in Burlington will continue for eligible BIPOC members and their households who would prefer to receive their COVID-19 vaccine at a clinic that is dedicated to this community.

In Northern Vermont

To sign up in the Burlington area, please fill out the Burlington BIPOC COVID Vaccination form coordinated by the VT Racial Justice Alliance, The Black Perspective, the New Alpha Ministry Baptist Church, the UVM VT LEND Program, and the Vermont Professionals of Color Network. If you prefer to schedule your appointment by phone, you can contact the Burlington Resource and Recovery Center at 802-755-7239.

In Southern Vermont

To sign up in the Brattleboro, Bennington or Rutland area, please fill out the BIPOC COVID Vaccination form created and administered by the Windham County NAACP. If you prefer to schedule your appointment by phone, you can contact Wichie Artu, Vice President of the NAACP of Windham County, at or 802-297-7832.

NOTE: Due to vaccine type, you must be at least 18 years old to be vaccinated at the Brattleboro clinic.

Information Needed for Registration:

  • Name and date of birth of qualified BIPOC individual
  • Names and dates of birth of all household members who want to be vaccinated
  • Contact information for the household
  • Any language interpretation needs, if needed


You will be asked for more detailed information at the clinic. Exact location and timing will be provided upon sign-up.