The McCurtain County Health Department offers free immunizations to children through the Vaccine For Children (VFC) Program. The VFC Program is a federally funded, state operated entitlement program that began October 1, 1994.
This program supplies vaccine to participating providers.
The goal of the VFC Program is assure that no child is denied immunization services because of inability to pay for the vaccine or administration of the vaccine.
Under this program, all children birth through 18 years of age are eligible for VFC vaccine if they are enrolled in Medicaid, are American Indian or Alaskan Native, have no health insurance or their insurance does not cover the cost of vaccination.
For more information call the McCurtain County Health Department at (580) 286-6628 or click on one of the links below: