COVID-19 Vaccination Program

At ALPS, we’re working to take our services to the next elevation for our facilities and the residents that we serve together.

As part of that commitment, we are a CDC and Wisconsin DHS approved pharmacy that is currently providing COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics for our Long Term Care facilities and the residents that we serve together.


Important Notice

We are currently vaccinating our LTC facility partners’ staff and residents. If you’re an individual seeking a COVID-19 vaccine, please visit the CDC’s VaccineFinder tool.

If you are not a current LTC facility working with ALPS, please email to express your interest in working with Assisted Living Pharmacy Service.”

About Our Vaccination Program

ALPS is working with the CDC to receive vaccine through the federal supply as well as the Wisconsin Department of Health Services to receive vaccine via the state supply to ensure we will be able to have consistent access to the COVID-19 vaccine and vaccinate all eligible populations.

Set up an on-site vaccine clinic at your long term care facility

If you are a current long-term care facility looking for more information to set up an on-site vaccine clinic, please visit our How To Set Up An On-Site Clinic page.

Vaccines Resources

Accessing Vaccines for Long Term Care

Phase 2: Accessing COVID-19 Vaccines for Long Term Care


COVID-19 Vaccine Coverage and Billing Guidance

CDC: Ensuring Access to COVID-19 Vaccine in Long-Term Care Facilities

Nursing Home - Delta Variant and Wisconsin's Efforts to Increase COVID-19 Vaccination

Assisted Living - Delta Variant and Wisconsin’s Efforts to Increase COVID-19 Vaccination

Pharmacy Partnership for Long Term Care Program

CDC Overview and FAQs


AHCA/NCAL Overview and FAQs


Staffing Considerations Post-Vaccines


Employment Questions


Clinical Questions

Education and

#GetVaccinated - AHCA/NCAL's Communications Toolkit


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