Current VFC Providers

Parents seeking vaccines for their children may not always have insurance to cover the costs. That’s why there’s the Nevada Vaccines for Children Program (VFC). This federally funded program administered through the Nevada State Immunization Program is available to families without insurance or who are underinsured to help keep kids stay on track when it comes to the recommended immunization schedule. And, thanks to the more than 200 health care providers in Nevada who participate in this program, vaccines are available to those who need it most.  Here are the resources you’ll need:

If you are currently a VFC provider, this site is here as a resource to answer commonly asked questions. If you are not a VFC provider, but would like to learn more about participating in this program, please contact Pam Forest.

Choose one of the links below for more information:

If you can’t find what you’re looking for, email Immunize Nevada for more information.