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Vaccines may be available at private doctor offices, public or community health clinics, or other community locations (such as schools/universities, pharmacies, religious centers or places of worship). If you have a doctor or regular source of care, speak with your provider about vaccines recommended for you and your family.
The Adult Vaccine Finder locates the providers of recommended adult vaccine near you. Simply enter your zip code or city and state to find mapped locations of adult vaccine providers.
If you do not currently have a regular source of care, federally funded health centers provide a number of health care services even if you have no health insurance. You pay what you can afford, based on your income.
Federally-funded health centers provide:
Health centers are in most cities and many rural areas. Type in your zip code and click the 'Find Centers' button to find health centers near you.
Click on your state in the map or from the list below to find state requirements and other information about vaccines for school, child care, or employment where you live:
Last reviewed: April, 2015