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Find information about COVID-19 vaccines for people ages 6mo+.
COVID-19 vaccinations are by walk-in only and do not require an appointment.
Jefferson County Public Health provides flu shots by appointment and walk-in. Insurance is preferred but the flu vaccine can still be provided to uninsured patients on request. at our Lakewood clinic located at 645 Parfet Street, Lakewood, CO 80215. Please call 303-239-7078 for an appointment or more information.
Adult & Child Immunizations
We provide immunizations for children and adults to prevent diseases that can cause serious illness and in some cases, death. It is much safer to get the vaccines than to get the diseases. Learn more about How Vaccines Work [external link].
2023 Shots for Tots & Teens
Shots for Tots and Teens' goal is to make sure every child receives the immunizations needed to keep them healthy. The program offers low- and no-cost immunization clinics throughout the year in Aurora, Denver, Thornton and Arvada with the help of experienced immunization nurses, fire medics, paramedics, health care and community volunteers.
For information on individual clinics, including upcoming dates, locations and appointment requirements.
Human Papillomavirus Vaccination
Jefferson County Public Health offers the HPV vaccine to individuals of any gender identity ages 11-26, as is recommended by the CDC. Either a two-dose or three-dose series, depending on age, the HPV vaccine helps prevent cervical cancer, vaginal and vulvar cancers, penile and anal cancers, and oropharyngeal cancers in addition to genital warts.
As of 2021, a new Colorado law called SB21-016: Protecting Preventive Health Coverage was passed, allowing minors ages 14-17 to receive the HPV vaccine without parental consent. The vaccine is most effective when given before the age of fifteen.
- SB21-16 Fact Sheet - Protecting Preventive Health Coverage Law [external link]
- Immunize Colorado HPV Prevention [external link]
JCPH can provide a limited number of travel immunizations. We do not provide travel consultations. Please view this list of Travel Immunization Consultation Resources (PDF) for comprehensive travel resources, information and clinics if you are traveling out of the country.
There is an administrative fee of $21.68 per vaccine. Vaccine fees for adults and children vary depending on the vaccine requested and insurance coverage. Service will not be denied due to inability to pay for any childhood vaccine, and fees may be waived. We can bill for Medicaid, CHP+ and a number of private insurances. Please confirm when registering.
- COVID-19 (12+ Pfizer, 5-11 Pfizer, Moderna, J&J, Novavax 18+) [external link]
- Haemophilus Influenza (Hib) [external link]
- Hepatitis A (Hep A) [external link]
- Hepatitis B (Hep B) [external link]
- Human Papillomavirus(HPV) [external link]
- Influenza (Flu) [external link]
- Measles, Mumps & Rubella (MMR) [external link]
- Meningococcal B (Men B) [external link]
Check out the How Vaccines Work [external link] video from Immunize For Good [external link].
For more information you may also listen to the recorded immunization information line at 303-239-7192.