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North Texas Giving Day 9/14/2017  Thank you to our donors!

Texas Immunization Information.

Immunization Collaboration of Tarrant County, Texas (ICTC) is a collaboration of agencies and organizations, public and private, committed to providing the systematic eradication of childhood, adolescent and adult vaccine-preventable diseases in Fort Worth and Tarrant County since 1991.

ICTC projects provide low cost immunization events and community education on the importance of immunizations across the lifetime.

Thank you to 2016 – 2017 Donors:  Amon G. Carter Foundation, Anonymous, Benevity Community Impact Fund, Colonial, Communities Foundation of Texas, Cook Children’s, Dubose Family Foundation, First Grandmothers’ Club, Helen Irwin Littauer Educational Trust, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee, Individual Donors, Junior League of Fort Worth, Rogers Wealth Group, Tarrant County Medical Society Alliance Foundation, Inc,. Texas Medical Association Foundation, The Ryan Foundation and The Sid W. Richardson Foundation

Accomplishments 2017: 
Spring 2017 Teen vaccine project for 6th grade and High School students. 100 Tarrant 
County Schools covering 14 different ISD's (Independent School Districts) 
served 2136 clients with 4163 doses of vaccine.

August 2017 Results: 23 locations
4173 Clients received 11,093 doses of vaccine!

 

2016 Vaccine Events Report

2016 Family Survey Results

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Have you seen the movie
Invisible Threat?”

We will provide a viewing at your agency!
Click on the Vaccine Resources page for information on this award winning documentary by high school students.


Be Wise–Immunize is a joint initiative of TMA and the TMA Alliance, a volunteer organization of physicians and their spouses, and is funded by the TMA Foundation.

Be Wise–Immunize is a service mark of the Texas Medical Association.

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