Vaccines for Children Program
The Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program was created to remove vaccine costs as a barrier and in response to the private medical community's vital role in serving the immunizations needs of our youngest citizens. The Alabama VFC Program will supply vaccine at no cost to public and private health care providers who enroll and agree to immunize eligible children in their practices or clinics.
Children from birth through 18 years of age eligible to receive free vaccine through this program include children who are:
- Medicaid enrolled
- American Indian or Alaskan Native
Children who have health insurance that does not include vaccine as a covered benefit may receive free vaccine through the VFC Program from a federally qualified health center or a rural health clinic.
VFC Provider Benefits
Benefits include the following:
- You ensure your patients get vaccinated on time.
- You continue to control who you see in your practice.
- No fee caps are set on the office visit charge.
Alabama VFC Provider Resources
CDC and other Provider Resources
Use our contact form to learn more about the Alabama VFC Program or to enroll. Please include the name of the office, the contact name, and a fax number in your message.
VFC Adolescent Vaccine Campaign
The Alabama VFC Program is pleased to announce the VFC Adolescent Vaccine Campaign. Our goal is to increase parental, community, and provider awareness and education regarding recommended adolescent vaccinations for 11-12 year olds: meningococcal, Tdap, and HPV. For more information about these vaccines and the diseases they prevent, visit the CDC Pre-teen and Adolescent Immunization website.
For information about the laws that created the VFC Program, visit the CDC National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases.