Vaccines for Children
Vaccines for Children program (VFC) supplies federally purchased vaccines for immunizing eligible children through age 18 in public and private practices - at no cost to participating health care providers.
Patients through age 18 are eligible if they are:
- enrolled in Medicaid or the Oregon Health Plan;
- uninsured; or
- American Indian/Alaskan Native.
Vaccines Access Program
Vaccine Access Program (VAP) provider is a public clinic that receives no-cost vaccines intended for VFC-eligible people under age 19, uninsured adults, and low-cost vaccines for privately insured children and adults; a provider that is committed to increasing vaccination rates and decreasing disparities in immunization coverage.
Local Health Departments
Materials to assist Local Health Departments to fulfull their public health obligations for immunizations.
Pharmacists in Oregon can give immunizations to patients age 7 and over.
dentists in Oregon can give immunizations to patients.
resources for all providers who give immunizations
training information for clinical staff