Immunization Program

COVID-19 Safety Procedure for Immunization Appointments for All Clinic Locations


Our mission is to protect your health as well as our staff. To ensure your safety we have made the following adjustments to our appointment confirmation and visit process.
 
We are offering immunizations by Appointments Only.  NO Walk-ins at this time!
We will call you within 48 hours to confirm your scheduled appointment. If we are unable to verbally confirm your appointment, your appointment time will be offered to the next client on our waiting list.  It is very important that you call us back to verbally confirm, as our appointment schedule is limited.

Upon arrival, check in with our Security Guard at the Crown Point Facility or Reception in Truckee and offsite clinics to get your Consent Form to complete. 
Seating available in front of the building at the Crown Point Facility.

Prior to entering the building (or vaccination area for offsite clinics), your Temperature will be taken and all clients must wear a Mask or Face Covering.
Please limit family members entering the building or vaccination area to a parent and the child receiving immunizations, if possible.

Must bring child's Immunization Record!

Thank you for your cooperation and assistance to keep our community safe and healthy.


BTS banner_school 11-and 12-year-olds : 

Tdap vaccine to help prevent tetanus, diphtheria, and whooping cough.
All incoming 7th graders need proof of a Tdap vaccine and two doses of chickenpox vaccine before starting school.

Preteens may also need to catch up on other immunizations, including chickenpox (many don’t have their 2nd dose), MMR (measles, mumps, rubella), and hepatitis B. Two shots of chickenpox vaccine are now required before 7th grade in California.


  

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)​ and during our special vaccine clinics out in the community (see below for more detail).

Vaccines for Children (VFC) Eligibility


The vaccines offered to children are part of the Vaccines for Children (VFC) program.
A child must be 18 years of age or younger and one of the following:  
  • has Medi-Cal or Child Health and Disability Prevention (CHDP) Eligible, OR 
  • has No health insurance, 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 and childhood vaccines are covered by: 
  • Medi-Cal 
  • Nevada County Medi-Cal Managed Care
  • Blue Shield PPO/EPO
We also have adult vaccines available for purchase.
See our Immunization Fee Schedule for costs.

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: