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Immunizations for babies, kids, and teens

Learn about school immunization rates and requirements, School-Based Health Centers, and the Childhood Vaccine Program.


Did you know?

Vaccines are required for child care, preschool, and school attendance in Washington state.

Where to get a vaccine

See where to get a flu shot or other routine vaccinations.

Resources for parents, kids, and youth service providers

Videos, activity books, infographics and more.

School immunization rates and requirements

Access immunization requirements for school and child care, and view school vaccination trends.

School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs)

Learn about SBHCs and their free services, including vaccinations.

For health care providers: Childhood Vaccine Program (CVP)

Learn about the Washington State Childhood Vaccine Program.

Find a Childhood Vaccine Program provider near you

In Washington state, all children ages 0 to 18 can receive all routinely recommended vaccines at no cost from a healthcare provider that participates in the Childhood Vaccine Program (CVP). You may be charged an administration fee (a charge for delivering the vaccine), but you don’t have to pay if you can’t afford it. There are about 300 CVP providers in King County, and most require that a child becomes a patient in order to get services.

Find an CVP provider near you or use the map below.