Our Community, Our Health-St. Louis partners with churches, neighborhood groups, community centers, and other organizations to offer COVID-19 and Flu vaccines and vaccine information.

Read more about the organizations involved with OCOH-STL.

Upcoming Vaccination Dates

Please check the day before the event, in case of cancellation or time change.

People we meet

We meet some wonderful people in St. Louis who care about their community’s health by getting the latest COVID-19 or Flu vaccine. Do you know them?

The nurse was efficient, sweet, funny, intelligent, and professional and his support staff was personable and also efficient!

What a good experience. Thank you all!

Martha B., vaccinated at Centennial Christian Church

Want a healthier Senior residence?

Are there 10 or more people in your building or center who need the latest vaccine?

We can arrange vaccinations at your location.

Refer a friend, get a gift

After you get your vaccination, tell a friend or loved one who needs theirs to come see us and you can choose a gift.

Our referral table includes items such as toilet paper, toothpaste, feminine hygiene products, socks, or possibly a small stuffed animal like the one in the picture above.


Stay Up to Date with COVID-19 Vaccines


See what the Center for Disease Control and Prevention was you need to know for those 6 months–4 years, those 5 years old and older, and those who are moderately or severely immunocompromised.

CDC simplifies COVID-19 vaccine recommendations


Following FDA regulatory action, CDC has taken steps to simplify COVID-19 vaccine recommendations and allow more flexibility for people at higher risk who want the option of added protection from additional COVID-19 vaccine doses.

FDA clears new Covid boosters: 5 things to know


The Food and Drug Administration on Monday greenlighted updated Covid boosters from Pfizer and Moderna. The shots, which are formulated to target the XBB.1.5 subvariant, are expected to be available later this week, after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention signs off on them.

As variant cases continue, the Institute collaborates with community & university partners to provide 1,000 COVID-19 vaccines


Have you heard of “Our Community, Our Health-St. Louis”? Spearhead by the Institute for Public Health and the Institute of Clinical & Translational Sciences in partnership with several St. Louis community-based organizations, it is a collaborative effort to provide  COVID-19 primary and booster vaccinations to individuals in their own homes or neighborhoods.