Girl with rainbow bandages on her arm gives a thumbs up to being vaccinated

Immunizations are one of the best ways to prevent diseases and keep your family healthy. We offer free vaccines for children and adults at our clinic, and at other locations in the community.

If you don’t have a doctor or it’s difficult for you to get the vaccines you need, we can help! Call us for an appointment. No identification or insurance is required.

Staff speak Spanish and other languages. Interpreters available in any language.


Ages and eligibility varies. Questions? Not sure which vaccines you need? Call 503-988-4724 to speak with us.

Immunization Clinic

Community Immunization Program

Call 503-988-4724 for an appointment.

Hours by appointment only
Tuesday and Thursday 9am - 4pm, Friday 10am - 5pm

Multnomah County Health Department
619 NW 6th Avenue, Room 150, Portland (MAP)

  • No identification or insurance required
  • Bring vaccine records, if you have them
  • Allow 1 hour for the appointment

New! RSV Antibodies for Babies

Our clinic now offers RSV antibodies, a new medicine that can prevent serious RSV illness in babies. Available for babies 8-19 months old who are entering their second RSV season, and are at higher risk for severe RSV. Your child is higher risk if they:

  • Were born prematurely and have chronic lung disease
  • Are severely immunocompromised
  • Have cystic fibrosis with severe disease
  • Are American Indian or Alaska Native
  • Had low birth weight

Call for appointment.

Community Vaccine Clinics

None scheduled. Request a clinic at your organization or event»


Free. If you have insurance, please bring your card with you.


Immunization Clinic Flyer (587.27 KB)
Clínica Comunitaria de Vacunación Gratuita (555.09 KB)

Childhood Vaccines

Keep your child up-to-date on immunizations. Some are required for children to go to school or day care.

Is you child is missing vaccines? If they are not up to date by February 21, 2024, they can be excluded from school or child care. We can help you catch up at our downtown clinic. Call 503-988-4724 for an appointment.

Free vaccines are also available at our Student Health Centers»

What to Do if You Get a Letter

  • Get your child immunized right away
  • Fill out a Certificate of Immunization Status Form with the immunization dates for your child (you can request this form from your child’s school or childcare)
  • Sign the form and turn it in to your child’s school

Immunization Requirements 2023-24

Required immunizations for school, preschool and child care»
Request a non-medical exemption»

Other Ways to Get Vaccines

Contact Us

Community Immunization Program
503-988-4724, language interpreters available