Vaccines for Children Program (VFC)
Vaccines for Children (VFC) Operations Guide
The Vaccines for Children (VFC) Operations Guide defines the federal requirements for state, local, and territorial immunization programs. VFC providers are also subject to the programmatic policies and procedures of the jurisdiction through which they are enrolled. Jurisdictions may supplement federal requirements with their own in support of program operations and accountability within their jurisdiction.
The Vaccines For Children (VFC) program is a federally funded program that provides vaccines at no cost to children who might not otherwise be vaccinated because of inability to pay. The CDC buys vaccine at a discounted rate for distribution to registered VFC providers. Children who are eligible* for VFC vaccines are entitled to receive those vaccines recommended by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP). More…
Vaccines For Children Program and Storage and Handling Training Module
Training on program requirements including storage and handling of VFC vaccines
Quick resource for parents
The VFC Program helps provide vaccines to children whose parents or guardians may not be able to afford them.
Vaccines at no cost for eligible children through VFC-enrolled doctors. Find out if your child qualifies. VFC helps ensure that all children have a better chance of getting their recommended vaccinations on schedule and that means healthier children, families, and communities.
Participating in VFC reduces your out of pocket costs because you don’t have to buy vaccine for your eligible patients with your own money. And, VFC will save your eligible patients money because the vaccines are provided at no cost.
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