Childhood vaccinations protect your child and those around them.
Unvaccinated children don't put just themselves at risk. They endanger all children they come into contact with. Even parents of unvaccinated children can carry disease to the rest of the community. Vaccination is a protection you owe your child and others.
Vaccinations are safe, effective, and save lives
Childhood immunizations have proved themselves over the years as safe and effective disease preventatives. They protect you and your child from illness now, and from possible complications in the future. They can even save your child's life, especially if your child is very young or otherwise at risk.
Get your child vaccinated — it's easy
You can have your child vaccinated at your doctor, or at any one of our county health clinics. Start their vaccinations and keep with the recommended schedule to ensure their protection.
Not Just for Kids
Immunization isn't just for kids. There are important vaccinations to protect you at every stage of life.
Seventh-graders need a Tdap booster to help protect the community from rising rates of pertussis (whooping cough).
Adolescents have increased risk of meningococcal disease and HPV infection.
College students should be protected against hepatitis A and B and meningococcal disease before entering the campus setting.