Immunizations

COVID-19 Vaccinations for Children 6 months and Older

COVID-19 vaccine is available for children ages 6 months and older and may be administered during routine vaccination visits along with other vaccines. See our COVID-19 vaccine page for more information or to find other COVID-19 vaccine providers.

 Find hours and clinic details below.  

Call to Make Your Routine Immunization Appointment

Call 303-451-0123 to make an appointment for vaccines. Availability varies by location. Bring your immunization record to every visit and wear a mask. 

Download the Shots for Tots and Teens flyer in English and Spanish.

Open Clinic Hours - Aurora East, Englewood, Castle Rock and Westminster

Come to our Aurora East, Englewood, and Westminster clinics for our open clinic hours for routine immunizations. The hours listed may vary if we reach our limit for the number of patients we can see each day. 

Aurora East Clinic at 15400 E. 14th Place
Phone: 303-451-0123, Fax: 303-364-1253
Walk-in, no appointment needed during clinic hours

  • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1 - 4:15 p.m.
  • 2nd Saturday of each month,10 a.m. - 1 p.m., Shots for Tots and Teens clinic at Aurora Fire Station #2
  • Appointments available on select days

Castle Rock Clinic at 410 S. Wilcox St.
Phone 303-451-0123, Fax 303-688-3922
Walk-in, no appointment needed during clinic hours  

  • Tuesdays, 1 – 3:30 p.m.
  • Appointments available on select days

Englewood Clinic at 4857 S. Broadway
Phone 303-451-0123, Fax 303-783-7176
Walk-in, no appointment needed during clinic hours  

  • Fridays, 8:30 - 11:30 a.m.
  • Appointments available on select days

Westminster Clinic at 1401 W. 122nd Ave. Suite 200
Phone: 303-451-0123, Fax: 303-450-5042
Walk-in, no appointment needed during clinic hours

  • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1 – 4:15 p.m.
  • Various Saturdays (call for details), 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., Shots for Tots and Teens clinic
  • Appointments available on select days

Call to make an appointment for your immunizations

Castle Rock Clinic at 410 S. Wilcox St.
Phone 303-451-0123, Fax 303-688-3922

Lone Tree Clinic at 9350 Heritage Hills Circle
Phone 303-451-0123, Fax 303-662-0103

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Costs

Low- and no-cost immunizations are available for uninsured children and adults. This is available to adults while funds last. We also accept:

  • CHP+, Medicaid, and Medicare. Bring your card with you to the appointment.
    • Medicaid - except we do not take Kaiser or Denver Health Medicaid
    • Medicare part B and D
    • CHP+ accepted- state Managed Care or Colorado Access HMO only
  • Private insurances, except we are unable to bill Kaiser Permanente and select private insurances 
  • Out-of-pocket costs vary for non-routine vaccines

Free State Vaccine Providers

Find other free clinics in Colorado by reviewing the state's provider listing.

Review Immunization Schedules

CDC Immunization Schedules

Children (birth -18 years)

Call your child’s regular health care provider, clinic, or our Immunization Hotline 303-451-0123 to keep your child's immunizations up-to-date.

  • Routine childhood and adolescent immunizations are given at birth, 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 12 to 18 months, 4 to 6 years, 11 to 12 years, and 16 to 18 years. 
    • Schools require certain vaccinations and your children may need additional vaccines before kindergarten and sixth grade.

Adults (19 years and older)

Make an appointment with your regular health care provider, clinic, or our Immunization Hotline 303-451-0123 to stay up-to-date and healthy. Review the CDC's recommended immunizations for adults to keep you healthy.

Flu Shots

Annual influenza vaccines/flu shots are recommended for everyone ages 6 months and older. Flu shots are generally available in the fall. Call 303-451-0123 for more details.

Tuberculosis (TB) Skin Tests

TB skin tests are now offered at some clinic locations. Go to our tuberculosis webpage for more information.

Travel Vaccines

If you are traveling internationally, you may need additional vaccines. Review the CDC's health recommendations for traveling. Find an International travel clinic in the metro Denver area.

Monkeypox

Get a JYNNEOS monkeypox vaccine:   

Getting vaccinated for monkeypox can reduce the chance of getting monkeypox if you are exposed, or possibly make your symptoms less severe. Take a look at the information below to see if you might be at risk for getting monkeypox and would benefit from being protected by the vaccine. These recommendations are intended for people at risk, to help guide informed decision making. This information will not be used in any other manner. 

Lower your chances of infection after an exposure 

People who within the past 14 days had close skin-to-skin contact, or sexual contact of any kind, or other intimate contact (like hugging or kissing) with someone who was diagnosed with monkeypox.

Get protected before an exposure happens 

Gay, bisexual, other men who have sex with men, or transgender or nonbinary people who in the past 6 months: 

  • Had more than one sex partner  
  • Had new diagnosis of a sexually transmitted infection (gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, chancroid)  

People who within the past 6 months had close physical contact with other people at a venue like a sex club or bathhouse

People who have sex in exchange for money or other goods

People whose sex partners have *any* of the risks above 

People with HIV  

People taking HIV PrEP (medication to prevent HIV infection) 

People who have multiple or anonymous sex partners 

Please do not come to a clinic if you are experiencing symptoms of monkeypox:

  • New unexplained rash on genitals (penis, testicles, labia, vagina) or anus (butthole). Rash can appear like red bumps, pimples, or blisters, and be itchy or painful.
  • New unexplained rash elsewhere on the body like hands, arms legs, chest, or in the mouth
  • Other symptoms like fever, muscle aches, chills, or swollen lymph nodes

Also, please do not come to a clinic if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 within the previous 48 hours, OR if you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 (at home or elsewhere) within the previous 10 days.

Clinic typeDate/TimeLocation
Appointment clinic

Call to: 303-451-0123
Every Tuesday

8:30 - 11:30 a.m.
TCHD Westminster

1401 W 122nd Ave #200, Westminster, CO 80234  
Appointment clinic

Call to: 303-451-0123 
Every Thursday

8:30 - 11:30 a.m.
TCHD Aurora East

15400 E 14th Pl, Aurora, CO 80011

*Clinics in Westminster and Aurora will be held at the same time on Tuesdays and Thursdays moving forward. Appointments only. The hours listed for walk-in clinics may vary if we reach our limit for the number of patients we can see each day.

For more information about vaccines and where to go to get one, visit https://cdphe.colorado.gov/diseases-a-to-z/monkeypox 

Go to our Infectious Disease Prevention webpage to know more about Monkeypox.

For Immunization Records please call 303-451-0123