Community COVID-19 vaccine program targets vulnerable populations in Milwaukee

Free drive-thru vaccinations available with appointments

MILWAUKEE, Wis. (Feb. 9, 2021) – Citizens in vulnerable and underserved communities in the City of Milwaukee are encouraged to obtain free COVID-19 vaccinations at a medical clinic operated by the Findley Foundation.

The drive-thru vaccination program is open to Wisconsin residents who are health care workers, firefighters or police officers or are at least 65 years of age. Proper identification is required.

The program is targeting people who might not have access to regular primary care.

The vaccinations are provided at the Findley Foundation’s family medical clinic, 530 S. 11th St., Milwaukee.

The vaccines are provided by the federal government’s American Rescue Plan of 2021. The clinic has the capabilities to provide vaccines for 200 to 500 people per week.

The vaccinations are provided Monday through Thursday, 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.; and Fridays 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

To make an appointment, visit

The Findley Foundation’s mission is to assist individuals in becoming healthy, healed and whole by providing vocational training and education, case management, health and behavioral health services.

For additional information about the organization, visit or call Stephanie “Deena” Findley at 414-416-0118.


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