Vaccines for Children (VFC) is an inspiring program that provides free vaccines to children whose families are otherwise unable to afford vaccines. For more information on the program, click here. This program is federally-funded, further supporting our view that the federal government should implement laws requiring certain vaccines for all children. If the federal government can provide vaccines for children who can’t afford them, then they can also implement federal regulations regarding these vaccines.
You can use the interactive map on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s website (linked to in the photo below) to contact your appropriate VFC coordinator who can help you enroll in the VFC program or answer any questions you may have.