Austin Public Health offers free COVID-19 vaccines to all eligible populations.
Vaccines are administered by appointment only. Call 512-972-5520 to make an appointment.
It’s important, now more than ever, to stay on track with your child’s vaccines. Waiting too long to vaccinate your child can put them at risk for serious infection at an age when they are most vulnerable. If not protected against the illnesses these immunizations can prevent, children can develop life-threatening medical conditions. Vaccines are a safe and proven way to protect our children and communities.
By staying up-to-date on immunizations, you have the power to protect your child and family from life-threatening illnesses. Austin Public Health offers immunizations, including COVID-19 and flu vaccines, to children who are uninsured or Medicaid recipients. Services are also available to uninsured adults.
Services are by appointment only. Call 512-972-5520 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. to make an appointment.
- Far South Austin clinic, 405 West Stassney, Austin, 78745
- St Johns clinic, 7500 Blessing Ave, Austin, 78752
All COVID-19 vaccines are free.
For other immunizations:
- Children: $10 per dose of vaccine
- Adults: $25 per dose of vaccine
Note: No one is refused services if they are unable to pay.
Everyone 6 months and older is recommended to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Shots for Tots/Big Shots offers Pfizer (6 months+), Moderna (6 months+) and Novavax (12 years+). The COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective. Learn about the benefits of COVID-19 vaccination or review CDC's Frequently Asked Questions.
Getting a flu vaccine is the best way to protect yourself and others from the flu, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Flu shots are available at Shots for Tots/Big Shots clinics for children who are uninsured or Medicaid recipients and for uninsured adults. The flu vaccine is free of charge. Call 512-972-5520 to schedule an appointment.
You can also visit VaccineFinder.org to find a location with flu shots near you.
Shots for Tots for Children
Requirements for Children's Immunizations at Texas Department of State Health Services.
- Child-Care immunization requirements for children under the age of five.
- School immunization requirements for students K-12.
Big Shots for Adults
The following vaccines are available:
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- Meningitis (through age 21)
- Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR)
- Varicella (Chicken Pox)
- Zoster (Shingles)
Vaccines for Children
Vaccines for Children (VFC) is a federal program that is administered by Austin Public Health. The program provides no-cost vaccines to doctors’ offices, clinics, and schools in Travis County.
VFC serves uninsured and other eligible children from birth to 18 years of age.
To learn more or to become a participant, send an email to APH-Travis County VFC.
Shot records are available at clinic locations for anyone who received their immunizations at public health clinics in Austin and Travis County, including Shots for Tots and Big Shots. Note that shot records may not be available for immunizations given at private physicians' offices. For more information, call 512-972-5520.
Save time! Print out this Shot records form (in English and Spanish), fill it out, and bring it with you to the clinic.
Store your Immunization Records in ImmTrac
ImmTrac remembers which vaccines you've had when you can't. This free service safely stores your immunization records in one electronic system. To save time, if you are 18 or older print out this ImmTrac form, fill it out, and bring it with you to your appointment.
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- Flu in Austin
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Seasonal Flu
- Pandemic Flu
- For Immunization Schedules to help you track your child’s vaccines, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- For more information about the COVID-19 pandemic at the local level, visit the City of Austin’s COVID-19 resource page