The Vaccines for Children(VFC) program was created in August 1993 as a federally-funded program to ensure all children have access to life-saving vaccines. The VFC program is regulated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and National Immunization Program. The Kentucky Immunization Branch of the Department for Public Health manages the VFC program at the state and local levels, working closely with providers to help develop and implement systems to assess and increase immunization levels statewide.
The VFC program provides vaccines at no cost to eligible children through public and private providers enrolled in the program. All vaccines recommended by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices are available through the VFC program. The program acts to reduce vaccine costs which create a barrier to vaccination of eligible children. It also helps keep those children in their medical home for comprehensive health care without having to refer them elsewhere for vaccinations.
Children and adolescents younger than 19 who meet one or more of the following criteria are eligible:
How to Join the KY VFC Program
Complete the enrollment packet below to begin your enrollment with the VFC program. Contact your area's assigned field representative identified on the Kentucky Field Representative Map
for assistanace and further information.
2020_VFC Provider Agreement
Please email in the completed forms to Kentucky VFC Coordinator,
Kimberly Sanders or fax to (502) 564-4760.
VFC Provider Manual
2019-2020 VFC Provider Manual
Kentucky VFC Monthly Freezer Temperature Log
Kentucky VFC Monthly Refrigerator Temperature Log
For questions about the KY Immunization Registry, please call the helpdesk at (502) 564-0038 or email the registry helpdesk.
For questions about vaccine accountability section forms, please call (502) 564-4478 or email KVP