Become a Vaccines for Children (VFC) Provider
The Vaccines for Children (VFC) program provides vaccines at no cost for children ages 18 years and younger who are uninsured, underinsured are eligible for or are currently on Medicaid, and/or Alaskan Native/American Indian. There are over 500 provider offices, community health centers, and local public health agencies that participate in the VFC Program in Colorado. Become a VFC provider to ensure vaccine availability to all children and increase vaccine uptake in Boulder County.
- Information from Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)
- 2021 requirements at a glance
- Provider interest form
Become a Registered CIIS User
Immunization records are confidential, personal medical information. The Colorado Immunization Information System (CIIS) is a lifelong immunization record tracking system under the Colorado Immunization Registry Act of 2007.
- Health care providers can use CIIS to check a patient’s vaccination status, review recommended vaccines and manage their vaccine inventory
- Childcare and Head Start facilities can use CIIS to look up and print records
- School health staff can use CIIS to look up, review and print records
- Section 317 Program: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) FAQ on vaccines purchased with 317 funds
- The Alliance for HPV Free Colorado: a program that aims to increase completion of the HPV vaccine series for 9-17 year-olds in counties across Colorado
- Immunization reports and data: CDPHE vaccine coverage reports by age group
- Flu Surveillance: use Flu View to access local seasonal syndromic surveillance for influenza-like illness in Boulder County.
- Epi-Connections Newsletter: a bi-monthly newsletter of the Communicable Disease and Emergency Management Division (CDEM) of BCPH
As part of the Boulder County Immunization Coalition, a series of seminars is offered each year to the medical community and members of the public.