Recent reports indicate that routine vaccination rates have seen substantial decreases in the past several years, with factors such as stay-at-home orders and increased vaccine hesitancy contributing to this decline. While rates have slowly begun to rebound, they still have not caught up to pre-pandemic levels. Measles, hepatitis A and B, and meningitis are just some of the vaccine preventable diseases that children and adults across the country now face a greater risk of contracting. However, some practices and clinics have addressed these challenges through innovative partnerships that help engage patients and extend outreach to where they live, work, gather, and learn. Such partnerships have helped increase vaccine awareness and access for targeted groups like children and adolescents, as well as members of at-risk communities, and are an essential step for restoring vaccination rates across the country.