Immunizations for Children

Our Immunization Clinic offers all childhood vaccines required by the state of Missouri. These vaccines are provided by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services and are purchased in part with federal funds through the Vaccines for Children (VFC) program.

Vaccines received from the state are available at no charge to anyone who meets the VFC eligibility guidelines for a particular vaccine. In addition, the Children's Immunization Program (CHIP) offers near-cost immunizations to those ineligible for the Vaccines For Children program.

Watch a video from the CDC about childhood vaccines to learn more about how immunizations improve the lives of our kids.
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Vaccines For Children - Eligibility Requirements

 
Who qualifies for the VFC program? 
  • Children (ages 18 and under) who are uninsured
  • Children who are enrolled in Medical Assistance (MA) or Prepaid Medical Assistance Programs (PMAP)
  • Children who are American Indian or Alaskan Natives
  • Children with health insurance that does not cover 1 or more vaccines
  • Children with health insurance that caps vaccine coverage at a certain amount; once that amount is reached the child is VFC eligible
For additional information on Missouri's VFC program, please visit the Department of Health and Senior Services' website.