Immunizations are available at Public Health Clinics
For daily hours of operation and/or notices of special clinic closures, please visit our home page.
Para el horario de funcionamiento y/o avisos de cierres especiales, por favor visite nuestra página web.
For more information, please call the Appointment Desk: 805-981-5221 or Toll Free at 888-285-5012
State Immunization Program
Provides immunization information and education to the public, physicians, clinics, child-care center’s and schools. For more information, call 805-981-5211 or email us: email@example.com
For CAIR Helpdesk, call 800-578-7889 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out our Monthly Immunization Updates
Preteen Vaccine Week is a statewide observance, celebrated February 27-March 5 in 2022. Preteen Vaccine Week promotes the importance of immunizing preteens and highlights the preteen doctor visit as an opportunity for preteens to receive vaccines that can protect them from very serious, yet preventable diseases.
11-and 12-year-olds need five vaccines to protect them against serious diseases:
✓ Two doses of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to protect against the respiratory illness caused by COVID-19, plus a booster for those 12 years and older.
✓ Tdap vaccine to help prevent tetanus, diphtheria, and whooping cough. All incoming 7th graders need proof of a Tdap vaccine and two doses of chickenpox vaccine before starting school.
✓ Two doses of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine to protect boys and girls from HPV-related cancers and infections.
✓ Meningococcal vaccine (MenACWY) to protect against certain serious types of bacterial meningitis and other related infections.
✓ A seasonal flu vaccine to protect against serious illness caused by the flu.
Preteens may also need to catch up on other immunizations, including chickenpox (many don’t have their 2nd dose), MMR (measles, mumps, rubella), and hepatitis B. Two shots of chickenpox vaccine are required before 7th grade in California.
For more information, please visit the CA Department of Public Health website at https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/Immunization/Preteen.aspx or contact the Immunization Program via phone, (805)981-5211, or email, email@example.com.
If you are interested in receiving a flu vaccine, please visit one of our Public Health Clinics.
Visit eziz for downloadable Vaccine Preventable Disease Information - flyers, pamphlets, etc.
California COVID-19 Vaccination Program
You can find information about the steps to enroll in the California COVID-19 Vaccination Program by visiting the COVID EZIZ website- https://eziz.org/covid/enrollment/
Once you review the enrollment requirements you can complete the myCAvax application for CDPH to review - https://mycavax.cdph.ca.gov/s/
California School and Child Care Requirements
New Regulations Effective July 1, 2019 - California Code of Regulations Title 17, Division1, Chapter 4
For detailed information on California’s school and daycare immunization rates, entry requirements, and for school/daycare staff resources visit:
Perinatal Hepatitis B Information
Chronic Hepatitis B
- When you Have a Chronic Hepatitis B Infection
- When a Pregnant Person has Chronic Hepatitis B
- When Someone in the Family Has Hepatitis B
- Protect your Baby for Life: Hepatitis B and your Baby
- Hepatitis B and Breastfeeding
- All Kids Need Hepatitis B Shots
- For Parents of Adopted Children
Immunization Update Presentations
- Karen Turner Presentation
- Steve Vantine -ACIP recommendations
- Steve Vantine – Influenza
- Steve Vantine – School Presentation
- Michael Powell – CAIR2 Update
CDC National Immunization Information Hotline : 1-800-CDC-INFO (1-800-232-4636)