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Scroll down for information about free immunization programs and other assistance available. Still have questions? Call us at 360-728-2007 or send us an email.

  • In Washington, vaccines are free for all children ages 18 and under. For adults, the cost of vaccines is fully covered by most private health insurance plans, as well as Medicare and Medicaid. Programs are available to assist people who do not have insurance. 

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    Free immunization programs

    • Children and youth 18 and under can receive free vaccines from through many doctor's offices, clinics, and pharmacies. The full cost of vaccination will be covered by your insurance or by the state Vaccines for Children program. Contact your regular healthcare provider to schedule an appointment. Free vaccines for children are also offered by the state's mobile Care-a-Van program. Click here and scroll to the bottom of the page for a schedule of upcoming clinics.

    • Adults who do not have insurance or whose insurance does not cover vaccines can receive some vaccines for free through the Adult Vaccine Program. You can use this map to find providers participating in this program. Call ahead to make sure they have the vaccine you need and are accepting patients.

    • COVID-19 vaccines are covered by most insurance plans and available for free for adults whose insurance does not cover the full cost of vaccination. Go to to find locations. 

    • Travel vaccines are offered by some pharmacies and clinics. Availability in Kitsap County is limited. This Tacoma-Pierce County website provides a listing of providers in our region. 

    • Kitsap Public Health does not provide travel vaccines. 


Contact Kitsap Public Health

Need more assistance finding and accessing vaccination? We are here to help!

Stop by our offices from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday, at 345 6th Street, Suite 300, in Bremerton. 

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