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Immunization Clinics

Vaccine for Children (VFC) Eligibility

All children 18 years of age and under, that meet at least one of the following criteria, are eligible for VFC vaccines.

  • Medicaid Enrolled — a child who is enrolled in the Medicaid Program
  • Uninsured — a child who has no health insurance coverage
  • American Indian or Alaskan Native — as defined by the Indian Health Services Act
  • Under-insured — a child whose health insurance covers only select vaccines or caps the vaccine cost at a certain limit.

Immunization Guidelines for West Virginia Child Care Centers

Immunization Guidelines for Pre-Kindergarten Program Enterers

Immunization Guidelines for New School Enterers K - 12

Immunization Guidelines for 7th & 12th Graders

Recommendations of the West Virginia Bureau for Public Health: Immunizations for West Virginia College, University, Community and Technical School Students

Immunization Schedule

Birth to 2 months

 Hepatitis B

2 – 4 months

 Hepatitis B

2 months

DTaP (diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis), IPV (polio), Hib (Haemophilusinfluenzae type b), PCV (pneumococcal disease), Rotavirus

4 months

DTaP, IPV, Hib, PVC, Rotavirus

6 months

DTaP, Hib, PCV, Rotavirus, flu when in season

6 – 18 months

Hep B, IPV, flu when in season

12 – 15 months

Hib, MMR (measles, mumps and rubella), PCV, HAV (Hepatitis A), Flu when in season, Varicella (chickenpox)

15 – 18 months

DTaP, HAV, flu when in season

4 – 6 years (before starting school)

MMR, DTaP, IPV, Varicella, flu when in season at 4 years)

11 – 18 years

Tdap, Menactra (meningitis)

Catch-up Shots

24 months – 18 years

Varicella (if child has not had chickenpox shot and has never had chickenpox), Hep B (if child has no had the hepatitis B shots)

11 – 18 years

MMR (if your child has not had the MMR shots, Menactra