Vaccines Without Insurance

Low-Cost and No-Cost Vaccinations for Children and Adults

If you don’t have health insurance, we can help you and your child get vaccinated for school or work.

Do I have to make an appointment?

Appointments are required; we do not accept walk-in patients at this time. Call us at 303-602-3520 with questions or to schedule an appointment. You may also schedule at your convenience through your MyChart account.

What do I have to pay for? 

  • As an authorized Vaccines for Children (VFC) provider, we have no-cost vaccines for children and teens. Eligibility for the program includes children ages 18 years or younger who meet at least one of the following requirements:
    • American Indian or Alaska Native
    • Medicaid-eligible or covered by Medicaid insurance
    • Uninsured
    • Underinsured (a child has health insurance, but the policy does not cover vaccines)
  • VFC vaccines are provided at no cost, but we do ask for a voluntary fee to cover the medical services provided. Eligible children and teens can receive any vaccine recommended by the CDC.
  • Pending availability, we offer low-cost and no-cost vaccines for adults without health insurance. Please call our clinic to confirm availability as there is a high demand for these services.

What should I bring?

Please bring your identification card and your, or your child’s, immunization record. 

Can I get free travel vaccines?

Travel vaccinations are not discounted or billable to insurance, including Medicaid. Please see the cost of travel vaccines for out-of-pocket pricing. You may request an itemized receipt during your visit if you would like documentation of your payment.