Virginia follows CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommended schedules for vaccines.
To see these schedules, please see our vaccine information page. We've included a few additional resources below:
CDC Vaccine Schedules App for Health Care Providers - The app visually mimics the printed schedules, which are reviewed and published annually. Users can identify the correct vaccine, dosage, and timing with 2 or 3 clicks. Any changes in the schedules will be released through app updates. This app is one of an expanding collection of applications from CDC on a variety of topics, each optimized for your mobile device.
CDC Schedule Related Resources - Includes full ACIP immunization recommendations, schedule presentation graphics, prior immunization schedules, methods for displaying immunization schedules.
Virginia Vaccine Programs for Children & Adults
Virginia has two programs designed to remove barriers for children and adults to access vaccines. Both are managed by the Virginia Department of Health, Division of Immunizations (DOI) and both allow public and private health care providers to receive federally and state purchased vaccines. The vaccines are supplied by the DOI at ‘not cost’ to enrolled providers. Vaccines included in this program are those recommended by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP).
Virginia Vaccines for Children - Serves children needing immunizations for school, and limited vaccines for uninsured and underinsured adults.
Virginia Vaccines for Adults - Serves patients who are not insured. While the program includes all ACIP recommended adult vaccines, sites are not obligated to stock all available ACIP recommended vaccines.
If you have questions about either program please call