Vaccines for Children Program
The federal Vaccines for Children Program was developed to support efforts to increase childhood immunization levels by providing publicly purchased vaccines, including influenza vaccines, to eligible children. A large number of Texas children qualify for influenza vaccines through the program. The majority of the vaccines provided through the program are administered in the offices of private physicians who are program providers. The physicians receive the vaccines at no cost in exchange for abiding by federal laws concerning the use of the influenza vaccine.
- Call for updated information and to verify schedule.
- Completed vaccine record is required.
- Medicaid and CHIPS are accepted.
- Uninsured or underinsured fees are based on sliding scale.
Collin County Healthcare Services: Metro (972) 424-1460 ext. 5532
825 N. McDonald Street, Suite 145, McKinney TX 75069
Monday-Friday, 7:30 am-11 am & 1 pm-4 pm
Dallas County Health Department: Farmers Branch Clinic - (972)241-2684
2774 Valwood Pkwy, Farmers Branch
Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-4:00 am
$10 first visit / $5 each visit thereafter
Garland Health Care Services
206 Carver Drive, Garland
Monday - Friday: 7:30 am - 5:30 pm
Plano Children's Medical Clinic- (972)801-9689
1407 14th Street (Where it crosses Ave. N)
Hours of operation: Monday-Friday: 8:30 am -5:00 pm
(By appoiontment only)
City of Richardson Immunization Clinic
Clinic is located in Senior Center building: 820 West Arapaho Road
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, call (972) 744-4076
Services are limited to City of Richardson residents or RISD students ONLY.