Vaccine Navigators

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House 3: A Community of Joy and Belonging Join House 3 if you're in Princeton or nearby and looking for a vibrant, caring community. We offer a wide range of activities to suit all interests. Enjoy social gatherings like monthly meet-ups, holiday parties, summer picnics, engaging speakers, and celebrating milestones. For more intimate group activities, join us for nature walks, Scrabble, movies, book clubs, museum visits, happy hours, and gourmet lunches. Plus, don't miss our special Resource List, informational Bulletins, and our semi-annual Journal featuring articles, poetry, and more from our talented members. Embrace friendship and joy with us! “Alone we can do so little. Together we can do so much.” (Helen Keller)

House 4: A Melting Pot of Interests and Backgrounds House 4 welcomes you with warmth, comprising individuals from diverse backgrounds. Our monthly meetings, typically held at CMAP Poor Farm Road or Smith House Clubhouse, feature speakers, entertainment galas, picnics, and holiday celebrations. Socializing and snacking are always part of the fun. Join our active interest groups like Movie Groups, Social Bridge, or propose new ones like pool, gardening, or lunch dining out. We're also reviving groups affected by the pandemic. Our members hail from Princeton, Plainsboro, Skillman, Lawrenceville, Pennington, Roosevelt, Kendall Park, Princeton Junction, East/West Windsor, and other nearby areas, creating a rich tapestry of community life.

House 5: A Blend of Culture, Socializing, and Learning House 5 offers a mix of cultural presentations, green space preservation talks, musical performances, and social events. Meeting on the second Sunday of each month at the Suzanne Patterson Building, our gatherings start with announcements, introductions, and a featured program, followed by a social time with delicious snacks. Our active interest groups include Ethnic Dining, Movie Group, Storytelling, and Crafters. We often explore gardening, cooking, wine tasting, and personal stories. Our members bring together diverse experiences from Titusville, Ewing, Yardley, Pennington, Kendall Park, Hopewell, Monroe, Dayton, and beyond.

Covid-19 Vaccine Locations Tool

With the approval of the new COVID-19 vaccine, there is an online tool to search for providers in your area. Remember that with the commercialization of the COVID-19 vaccine, it is no longer free. Therefore, the vaccine is available at no cost for people who have private health insurance, Medicare or Medicaid.

The Bridge Access Program is available for adults eighteen years old and older without health insurance or whose health insurance plans do not cover the COVID-19 vaccine. This program provides the vaccine at no cost. The online vaccine search tool allows you to search for Bridge Access Program participating locations.

"We had waited so long and began to lose hope, but you and your cohorts were able to line us up for our shots in just two days. On this dreary, rainy day, there is sunshine in our hearts, and smiles on our faces, thanks to you!"




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