Minnesota Vaccines for Children Program (MnVFC)
The Minnesota Vaccines for Children (MnVFC) program is an enhanced version of the federally funded Vaccines for Children (VFC) program. Its goal is to ensure affordable vaccines for all children within their own clinics.
|MnVFC Program Online Training 2013-2014
Required for the immunization manager and vaccine coordinator. Due date is February 14, 2014.
- MnVFC Program Basics
Learn more about the MnVFC program, how to become a MnVFC provider, and program requirements.
- MnVFC Broadcast Faxes
Time-sensitive updates sent to MnVFC providers.
- Ordering MDH Vaccine
Instructions and forms for ordering MnVFC and other MDH vaccine.
- MnVFC Forms
Download current enrollment and report forms.
- MnVFC Promotional Materials
Posters, table tents, and self-screening form to promote the MnVFC program.
- Vaccine Clinics Serving Underinsured Children
Search for clinics with free or low cost vaccine for children 18 years of age and younger that are underinsured (as well as uninsured, American Indian/Alaskan Native, or on a Minnesota Health Care program).
- Federal Vaccines for Children program (VFC)
The CDC's Vaccines for Children web site. Attention: Non-MDH link
- Minnesota Federally Qualified Health Centers and Rural Health Centers (PDF:141KB/6 pages)
Clinic list of federally designated FQHCs and RHCs located in Minnesota as of June 18, 2012.
- Minnesota Department of Health Vaccine Programs (PDF: 57KB/1 page)
This flyer provides an overview of the three different vaccine programs offered through MDH. [Updated 12/13]