Get the COVID-19 Vaccine at your homeIn-Home Vaccination Service

Woman getting into car - at home covid vaccinations

Available to older adults and adults with disabilities residing in Detroit, Hamtramck, Harper Woods, Highland Park, & the Five Grosse Pointes.

 

We have partnered with Health Centers Detroit to expand our in-home vaccination program and immediately address the needs of homebound seniors who may lack mobility or transportation to a COVID-19 vaccination site in the Detroit area.

Learn About Vaccinations

Getting vaccinated is a personal choice, we are here to help improve access to older adults who may not be able to visit a vaccination site.

DAAA in collaboration with a federally qualified health center and our providers delivers in-home COVID vaccinations and boosters to seniors 60 yrs. old and up, their households, and adults living with a disability.  We offer the preferred CDC approved COVID-19 vaccines, Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna, and the Bivalent booster.  Our team comes to you!

 Learn more about COVID-19 vaccinations or view local COVID-19 information and resources

In-Home Vaccination Program

Sign-Up For An In-Home Vaccination

Call 313-446-4444 and ask to signup for a homebound vaccination. We will schedule a time to come to you. We want to get EVERY homebound senior, their family members, and their caregivers fully vaccinated.

HOW TO PREPARE & WHAT TO EXPECT:

If you’re receiving your second dose or booster, have your CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record card handy.  

Make sure you are staying hydrated and have something to eat at least 2 hours prior to vaccination. 

Wear a shirt with sleeves that are easy to roll up or a short-sleeved shirt that allows for easy access to receive the vaccine on the upper portion of your arm. 

Be ready for your home visit at least 15 minutes before your appointment time. 

Have a caregiver present if you need assistance opening a door to give our team members access to your home. 

Some side effects are normal and expected. Common side effects observed with COVID-19 vaccines include chills or mild fever, tiredness, headaches, joint pain, or muscle ache. These side effects typically go away within a few days.  

If you develop side effects like fever, pain or headaches ask your doctor if pain relievers are right for you and have them on hand. (Source: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/expect/after.html 

Plan to take it easy for the rest of the day. Don’t schedule physically demanding activities around the time after receiving your COVID-19 vaccine.