For more than a decade, The West Virginia Immunization Network (WIN) has worked with the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Services’ Division of Immunization Services to improve the health of all West Virginians by working cooperatively to prevent disease through increased immunization rates across the lifespan.
West Virginia Immunization Network (WIN) formed through a series of key stakeholder meetings conducted to discuss formation of statewide immunization coalition.
Formal launch of coalition at West Virginia State Capitol with immunization of Secretary of State Ken Hechler during first of six “Silver Haired Legislature” immunization events.
“Every Child By Two” co-founder Betty Bumpers visits WIN and immunization delivery sites to raise awareness of immunization importance and to discuss West Virginia's progress with immunizations and the status of their immunization registry system.
Silver Haired Legislature event information presentation delivered at National Immunization Coalition Conference in Scottsdale, AZ.
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