Thursday October 17, 2019
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
ST. ANTHONY PUBLIC HEALTH FOR CARROLL COUNTY IMMUNIZATION CLINICS
- Appointments will not be taken as all clinics are walk-in clinics.
- Parents must accompany all children under 18 years old.
- Please plan to arrive 15 minutes before the clinic is scheduled to end.
- Parents are REQUIRED to bring an UPDATED immunization card to each clinic visit.
Coon Rapids Clinics will be held the third Thursday of the month from 3:30-4:30
VACCINE FOR CHILDREN PROGRAM
Vaccine for Children Program provides vaccines for all children from
birth through 18 years of age who meet one of the following criteria:
- Child who has no health insurance coverage.
- Child is American Indian or Alaskan Native.
- Child is enrolled in Medicaid (Medicaid Greencard, Medicaid HMO(s), Medipass, and Medicaid as secondary health coverage).
is underinsured. Underinsured means the child has some type of health
insurance, but the benefit plan does not include immunizations.
- Child who has insurance that has a limit on preventative (well-child, immunizations) care-once the limit has been met.
Those who do not qualify:
whose health insurance covers the cost of vaccinations are not eligible
for VFC Program benefits, even when the plan has a high deductible or
the deductible has not been met.
- Insured children whose provider
does not offer vaccinations. These children should be taken to a
medical clinic that offers vaccinations.
- Children enrolled in
Hawk-I are not eligible under the VFC program because the Hawk-I program
is a full coverage insurance plan. Children enrolled in Hawk-I must be
vaccinated with private vaccine.
These children will be turned away at immunization clinics and referred to their medical home.
If your child does not qualify, please visit your doctor's office for your child's immunizations.