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  • Children’s Immunizations

    Immunizations protect children from many dangerous diseases. 

    Keep your child up to date on recommended vaccines.

    View recommended vaccines for children:

    Find your child’s immunization record at MyIR.

    It’s best to go to your healthcare provider for vaccines.

    • They can check if your child is healthy.
    • Most insurance covers the office and administration fees. Ask your provider.

    If you don’t have a healthcare provider or can’t get an appointment, see other options below. If you need help finding a healthcare provider or insurance, call 211.

    Free children’s vaccine events

    We recommend you make an appointment. Click an event to register and see which vaccines will be available. 

    Free children’s vaccine locations

    Vaccines are free for children 0–18 years old at Washington healthcare providers and pharmacies that participate in the Vaccines for Children program.

    Some providers charge an administration fee, but most insurance covers it. You won’t be turned away if you can’t pay.

    Kirk's Pharmacy in Eatonville

    Call (360) 832-3121 to see if the vaccines you need are in stock and set up a time to come in.

    Kirk’s Pharmacy Eatonville
    104 Mashell Ave. N., Eatonville

    For more info, visit Kirk’s Pharmacy’s website or call (360) 832-3121.

    • For children 4–18 years.
    • Free back-to-school vaccines. You don’t need insurance or ID.
    • Bring a copy of your child’s immunization record. Get it at MyIR.

    Appointment required, make one online. No walk-ins.

    Acts Pharmacy and Healthcare Services
    1901 S. Union, Bldg. B, Ste. 2011, Tacoma 

    For more info, visit Acts Pharmacy and Healthcare Services’ website or call (253) 272-0324.

    • Flu and COVID-19 vaccines for people 6 months or older.
    • Free back-to-school vaccines for children 4–18 years old. Bring your insurance card, if you have one. An administration fee may apply.
    • Bring a copy of your child’s immunization record. Get it at MyIR.

    Appointment required, call (253) 403-1767. No walk-ins.

    Main location: Mary Bridge Tacoma WIC 
    316 N. L St., Tacoma (behind Frisko Freeze)

    Monthly pop-up (First Tuesday of the month): Mary Bridge Puyallup WIC 
    1011 E. Main, Ste. 106, Puyallup

    For more info, see Mary Bridge Children’s Immunization Clinic’s website or call (253) 403-1767. 

    View Mary Bridge Children’s Immunization flyer, also in Español (Spanish)Русский (Russian), អក្សរខ្មែរ (Khmer), and Tiếng Việt (Vietnamese).

    • Bring your child’s immunization record. Get it at MyIR.

    Call (253) 581-2111 to schedule an appointment. Walk-in immunization is first-come, first-served.

    • Vaccines for children up to 18 years old.
    • Patient enrollment not required.
    • Bring your child’s immunization record. Get it at MyIR.

    Live closer to King County? Find a King County provider.

    Still looking for COVID-19 vaccine? Use vaccines.gov or check out Washington State Department of Health’s Care-a-Van clinics.

    Want to share this info with others? Print our flyer in English, Español (Spanish), Русский (Russian), 한국어 (Korean), អក្សរខ្មែរ (Khmer), Українська (Ukrainian),Tagalog (Filipino) and Tiếng Việt (Vietnamese).

    Children can get vaccines at many pharmacies.

    Before you go in, call and ask:

    • Do you have age limits?
      • Some pharmacies require children to be at least 4 or 10 years old. 
    • Do you have the vaccines I need in stock? 
    • Do you charge for the vaccines I need?
      • Some pharmacies charge, even if you have insurance.

    Questions?

    Call us at (253) 649-1412.

    We’re open 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m., Monday–Friday.