Immunization Program

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What We Do

Nevada County Public Health offers childhood and adult immunizations, including seasonal flu shots, at our main office in Grass Valley during our regular Immunization Clinic Hours (PDF)‚Äč and during our special vaccine clinics out in the community (see below for more detail).


The vaccines offered to children are part of the Vaccines for Children (VFC) program. A child must be 18 years or younger, who has:
  • No health insurance, OR 
  • is eligible for Medi-Cal, OR 
  • has insurance that does not cover vaccines, OR 
  • is Native American or Alaskan Native
A limited supply of childhood vaccines are available to purchase for children that are not eligible for the VFC program.
Most adult vaccines are covered by Medi-Cal, Medi-Cal Managed Care  or Blue Shield PPO/EPO.  We also have adult vaccines available for purchase.

Questions About Vaccines & Immunizations

The laws in California recently changed for school-age kids and vaccines. For more information about SB277 and the current immunization laws, check out Shots for School.

If you are a parent with questions about immunizations for your child, we encourage you to read this Vaccine Safety Handout (PDF).

Travel Vaccines:  We offer Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B vaccinations. For other travel vaccines contact your primary care physician, pharmacy, or travel clinic.

On-Going Vaccine & Immunization Clinics

We offer immunization clinics on a regular basis. For more information about immunization clinics offered at our Public Health offices, please see our Immunization Clinic Schedule (PDF).

For locations and hours of our community immunization events in your area, find the place most convenient for you: