Protect yourself and your family from serious diseases - get immunized.
- Who Needs
Vaccination schedules for babies, children, preteens, teens, and adults.
- Free or Low-Cost Shots for Children
Find out if your child is eligible for the Minnesota Vaccines for Children Program (MnVFC), which offers free or low-cost vaccines for children 18 years of age and younger.
- Vaccines for Teens
Information for teen patients about what vaccines they need, where to find them, and other common questions.
- Vaccines for Adults
Information for adult patients about what vaccines they need, where to find them, and other common questions.
- Immunization Laws in Minnesota
Minnesota has various laws requiring immunizations for children and adults enrolled in child care, early childhood programs, school, and college settings. Legal exemptions are allowed - both for medical reasons and conscientiously held beliefs.
- Tips for Finding Immunization Records
Tips on locating immunization records; includes suggestions on where to look and a description of records in the Minnesota immunization registry, MIIC.
- Reliable Sources of Immunization Information
This document gives health care providers and parents information on where to go for accurate and up-to-date information on vaccines and vaccine safety. It includes websites, phone numbers, and publications.
- Immunization stories
Minnesota parents share personal stories about why they feel immunization is important.
Information Statements: What You Need to Know
The CDC has prepared basic fact sheets on each vaccine. Each fact sheet has also been translated into a number of languages. These fact sheets are found on the Immunization Action Coalition website.
Immunization Law Exemption Provision
A summary of how to obtain a medical and conscientious exemption to the Minnesota immunization law.
- Vaccinate Your Baby
Every Child by Two resources to help make informed decisions about vaccination.
- Clear Answers & Smart Advice About Your Baby's Shots (PDF)
Article written by Dr. Ari Brown for the Immunization Action Coalition to answer parents' common questions regarding vaccinating their children.