NH Immunization Program
About New Hampshire Immunization Program
The NH Immunization Program (NHIP) is a vaccine resource for healthcare providers, schools, childcare providers, families, and the general public. The mission of the Immunization Program is to reduce or eliminate all vaccine preventable diseases in New Hampshire. Through a combination of federal, state, and insurance funds NHIP's Vaccines For Children (or “VFC”) program is able to provide all NH children from birth through age 18 with all routinely recommended vaccines at no cost to the health care provider or family, regardless of income or insurance status.
Call your health care provider to be sure you and your family are up-to-date on all recommended vaccines. If you do not have a health care provider, call 2-1-1 to find a provider in your area.
Additionally, uninsured NH adults may get a vaccine at no cost from providers that offer vaccines for eligible adults at no charge.
Did You Know...
In New Hampshire, all children through the age of 18 years are able to receive all recommended vaccines in the “Childhood Immunization Schedule, US” at no cost for the vaccine
No child in New Hampshire can be denied state-supplied vaccine because you can't pay for the provider to give the immunization (known as the "administration fee").
Frequently Asked Questions
- CDC Vaccines and Immunization Website
- CDC Immunization Schedules
- NH DHHS Immunization Program
- NH Immunization Information System
For more information about immunization resources in Northern NH, contact: phn@NCHCNH.org