Routine childhood vaccination services are available to children at a low cost or free. Vaccination of adults is offered for a fee. BCPHA offers immunization services at scheduled clinics or by appointment. For information regarding immunizations visit www.cdc.gov or www.immunize.org.
Routine childhood vaccines are provided to children ages 6months – 18 years and 11 months who are not insured or underinsured (Medicaid) for free. Contact Baca County Public Health Agency to determine eligibility.
Routine adult vaccines are provided to individuals ages 19 and older who are uninsured or underinsures for free. Contact Baca County Public Health Agency to determine eligibility.
Yearly flu vaccines are provided to individual’s ages 6 months and older for an administration fee of $20. Insurance will typically cover the administration cost, contact your insurance provider if you are unsure. Baca County Public Health Agency travels to each town in Baca County to administer flu vaccines. Schedules of dates, times and locations of flu vaccine clinics are posted in the fall.
Contact Baca County Public Health to schedule an appointment if you still need your yearly flu vaccine.
COVID vaccines are provided to individuals for free. We offer primary doses to individuals 12 years and older and booster doses to individuals 6 years and older. Contact Baca County Public Health to determine if up to date on covid vaccinations
Baca County Public Health Agency uses the Colorado Immunization Information System (CIIS) for recording and updating of patient immunizations. This is a confidential computerized population-based system that collects immunization data of all persons born, residing in or receiving immunizations in the state of Colorado. For more information call 719.523.6621 and speak with BCPHA Director or Public Health Nurse.
Colorado Immunization Information System | Department of Public Health & Environment
CIIS Opt-Out & Rescind Opt-Out Procedure/Forms: (English or Spanish)