Get vaccinated

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Vaccines protect you and your loved ones from serious diseases like measles, polio, flu, COVID-19, and more. If you have a primary care provider and insurance, including Medicaid, Medicare, or CHP+, ask if they provide routine vaccines.

CDC requires all Health Insurance Marketplace plans and most other private insurance plans to cover recommended vaccines. If you do not have health insurance, or your plan doesn’t fully cover certain vaccines, you can get no or low cost vaccines from a provider enrolled in a federal vaccine program.



You can find vaccines at providers throughout the state. Use the links below to find a vaccine provider near you.



Find your local public health agency

Look up the contact information for your county’s local public health agency.


Find a Vaccines for Children provider

These providers have low- or no-cost vaccines for children who are on Medicaid, uninsured, underinsured and/or Alaska Native/American Indian.


Mobile vaccine clinics


These mobile clinics provide low- and no-cost vaccines to Coloradans of all ages, regardless of insurance, including those required for school and child care.




Find a vaccine clinic through Primary Health

Use this interactive tool to find vaccine appointments for yourself or your family near your ZIP code.


Find Medicaid services


If you are enrolled in Health First Colorado, Colorado’s Medicaid program, use this map to find a health care provider near you.


Find a family doctor


Use Healthgrades’ website to find a doctor in your area.