City announces “Neighborhood Vaccine Week” taking vaccines to eight new sites across Detroit the week of April 12
Detroit Health Department
Continuing a legacy of public health for the well-being of all Detroiters.
The City of Detroit adds disabled residents, home health care providers to the list of groups eligible for vaccinations.
Detroit residents 18 or older with documented intellectual or developmental disabilities are now eligible to be vaccinated at TCF Center.
Among the conditions covered by the Mayor’s directive are:
- Cerebral Palsy
- Down’s Syndrome
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Tourette’s Syndrome
- Spinal Bifida Hearing and Vision impairment
The City recognizes that individuals with certain conditions are more vulnerable to COVID-19 due to a weakened immune system or cannot correctly socially distance.
Call 313-230-0505 to make an appointment
Disabled residents wishing to make an appointment at TCF by calling 313-230-0505. Wheelchair accessible transportation can be arranged after your vaccination appointment is scheduled by calling 313-208-7364.
It is required that the home health care provider make his or her appointment at the same time as their patient and that they arrive at TCF in the same vehicle.