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As we reach Month 13 of the pandemic, we wanted to share some of the work Catalyst Health Network is doing to stop COVID-19 in its tracks. In particular, Catalyst has provided Dallas non-profit Project Unity with COVID-19 vaccines for their “Together We Vaccinate” church clinics across the city’s most vulnerable areas.

Increasing access to vaccines is crucial to overcoming the pandemic, but access is just one hurdle. Another, perhaps greater hurdle, is trust. For generations, Black community members have long been underserved — and even mistreated — by medical professionals. While generations of mistrust can’t and won’t be mended overnight, we’re proud to be working with an organization that is just as dedicated to healthcare’s capacity to heal as our own network members.

Watch the video and click the links below to learn more about our recent work on Together We Vaccinate.

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