Vaccines for Children
The Vaccines for Children Program was created to help raise childhood immunization levels, especially among infants and young children. The VFC Program provides federally purchased vaccine for eligible children birth through 18 years of age at no cost to public and private health care providers throughout the state.
Children eligible to receive VFC provided vaccines include children enrolled in Medicaid, children who do not have health insurance and children who are American Indian or Alaskan Native.
In addition, children who have health insurance that does not cover the cost of vaccines are considered to be "underinsured," and are eligible to be seen at federally qualified health centers (FQHCs), rural health clinics (RHCs) and public health facilities.
Jessica Schultz, MPH
1-800-831-6293, Ext. 4
Use the "Contact Us" page to submit questions online.
2021 VFC Program Re-enrollment
VFC Program Resources
Immunization Schedule with Combination Vaccines
Hepatitis B Vaccine Supply Update
Vaccine Updates and Summaries
VFC Enrollment Forms
Patient Eligibility Screening Records
Doses Administered Report Forms