Vaccines for Children

The Vaccines for Children program uses federal purchasing power to provide low- or no-cost vaccine for children who might not otherwise be vaccinated because for inability to pay. This program has a network of over 600 participating sites throughout Colorado and includes health care provider offices, community health clinics, and local public health agencies. 

Interested in becoming a VFC provider?

Required training
The program requires the VFC Vaccine Coordinator and Backup Vaccine Coordinator at each VFC provider office to complete two training modules each year. These trainings are highly recommended for any staff working with VFC program.​ Additional training can be found from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's You Call the Shots website.
The Certificates of Completion for the Vaccine Coordinators must be submitted to the VFC Program 
Vaccine return forms
New vaccine return labels will now be emailed instead of mailed. Please use the updated forms and review the new guidance below.
A list of VFC memos and an archive of past memos. If you're unable to access the VFC job aids or policy guidance, please contact us.
Storage and Handling
You may need to save the temperature log files to your computer to get the grid lines to print correctly.
Temperature monitoring logs
Temperature excursion guidance
Required actions when vaccine storage temperatures are too warm or too cold.

​Data logger guidance

Inventory Management
Order supplies from the VFC program.