Visit Immunize Texas for more information on vaccines and other immunization-related topics.
Adult Vaccinations Information
Only adults with no form of health insurance are eligible. Insured adults should contact their primary care provider or a local pharmacy for vaccinations.
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- Human Papilloma Virus - VERY LIMITED SUPPLY*
- Pneumococcal - VERY LIMITED SUPPLY*
- Tdap and Td
View the general Adult Immunization Schedule
Starting September 1, 2023, eligible clients will not be turned away based on their inability to pay the administration fee. Payment is due at the time of visit. Cash, checks, and credit cards are accepted.
* Vaccine will not be restocked
CDC Child Immunization Schedule
Childhood Vaccinations Information
The Texas Vaccines for Children (TVFC) program provides low-cost vaccines to eligible children from birth through 18 years of age who meet one or more of the following criteria:
- Eligible for participation in the Medicaid program
- Enrolled in the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP)1
- American Indian or Alaska Native (As defined by 25 U.S.C. 1603)
- Uninsured Children: Children who do not have health insurance
- Underinsured: Children who have commercial (private) health insurance, but
- Coverage does not include vaccines; or
- Covers only selected vaccines (TVFC-eligible for non-covered vaccines only); or
- Health insurance covers all vaccines, but the plan has a fixed dollar limit or cap on the amount that it will cover for vaccines (TVFC-eligible once fixed dollar amount or cap is reached).
1. Though children whose insurance pays for vaccines do not qualify for TVFC vaccine, CHIP children do qualify by special arrangement.
2. Underinsured children must be seen by a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), Rural Health Clinic (RHC), or deputized clinic.
Requirements for School-Aged Children:
School-age children are required to have certain vaccinations before school enrollment. Visit the Texas Dept. of State Health Services web site to view requirements or call 1-800-252-9152. The requirements apply to students in all public and private primary and secondary schools in Texas.
Cost for Vaccinations
Adults 19 or older $25 per vaccine.
Eligible clients will not be turned away based on their inability to pay the administration fee. Payment is due at the time of visit. Cash, checks, and credit cards are accepted.
Please call a clinic near you to schedule an appointment. Same-day appointments will be given as available.
COVID-19 Vaccines Information: www.wcchd.org/covid-19/covid-19_vaccinations.php
Call WCCHD at 512-943-3600 to schedule an appointment for the flu shot. Some walk in days are available - call for the schedule.
No health insurance is required
Available for all ages 6 months and older
Texans can call 2-1-1 or visit 211Texas.org to find information on vaccine availability from local public health departments and other nearby non-profit organizations.
- When you get vaccinated, you help protect those around you at risk for severe illness and who may not be eligible to receive a flu vaccine
- Flu vaccine does not cause flu-like symptoms
- The flu shot protects in about two weeks.
- High-dose flu vaccine is available for individuals age 65 and older. It contains four times as much antigen as the regular flu shot and affords seniors a greater antibody response
- No vaccine is 100% effective. Although you may still get the flu after being vaccinated, you are less likely to have severe symptoms and complications from the illness
People are urged to follow standard illness-prevention steps:
- Wash hands frequently with soap and water or alcohol-based hand sanitizer;
- Cover coughs and sneezes;
- Stay home if sick
DSHS - Texas Flu Season Information
DSHS - TexasFlu.Org
Those interested in receiving the Mpox vaccine (Jynneos) should call the Round Rock clinic at 512-248-3257 to complete a brief screening and make an appointment if eligible. The updated criteria include anyone with known mpox exposure, men who have multiple same-sex partners, and persons with increased exposure risk.
WCCHD does not provide vaccinations required for overseas travel. Contact your primary care provider or a local travel clinic.