Can My Child Get Free or Low Cost Shots?
The Minnesota Vaccines for Children Program (MnVFC) offers free or low cost shots for children 18 years of age and younger. Please see the categories below to find out if your child is eligible and check with your clinic to see if they participate in the MnVFC program.
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- Please note: Office visit costs, the cost of giving the vaccine, and other related fees are not covered under this program.
|1.||My child has health insurance that covers the cost of all vaccines; although a deductible may have to be paid before the vaccines are covered. (If you’re not sure, go to question 5). Your insurance already covers the cost of vaccines. Your child is not eligible for MnVFC .|
My child doesn’t have health insurance (is uninsured).Your child is eligible for MnVFC.
My child is on a Minnesota Health Care Program such as:
Your child is eligible for MnVFC.
My child is American Indian/Alaskan Native.
My child is underinsured.
* Your child is eligible for free or low cost vaccines at the following types of clinics: local public health clinics (LPH), Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC), Rural Health Centers (RHC), Indian Health Service (IHS), and tribal health clinics. Search for clinics that serve underinsured children.