Get immunizations for you and your family

We provide free and low-cost shots to uninsured kids and adults and Medicaid recipients.

  • Decide which shots you or your family members need.

    • Shots for children
      • DTaP, DT, or DTP
      • Hepatitis A
      • Hepatitis B
      • HPV
      • Polio
      • Hib
      • PCV
      • Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR)
      • Varicella; the chickenpox vaccine (VAR)
      • Meningococcal (MCV4)
    • Shots for adults
      • DTaP, DT, or DTP
      • Hepatitis A
      • Hepatitis B
      • HPV
      • Meningitis (through age 21)
      • Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR)
      • Pneumonia
      • Tdap/Td
      • Varicella; the chickenpox vaccine (VAR)
      • Shingles

  • Find the clinic nearest you.

    Both clinics are open the second Saturday of each month from 8 am - 12 pm, and are closed the second Wednesday of each month.

    • Far South Austin Clinic
    • St. John Clinic

  • Find available appointment times.

  • Call (512) 972-5520 Monday through Friday 8 am - 4:30 pm to make an appointment.

  • Bring the required items with you to your appointment:

    • Your shot records
    • Your Medicaid card if you have one
    • Your payment
      • $10 per dose of vaccine for children
      • $25 per dose of vaccine for adults
      • $20 for a TB test

    No one is refused services if they are unable to pay.

Why are immunizations important?

More than one-fourth of the kids in Texas do not receive the shots they need by age two. These shots prevent the spread of contagious and life-threatening diseases. You can protect your family by keeping all shots up-to-date.

Am I eligible for immunizations from the City of Austin?

You can get shots for you and your children even if you don’t have insurance. If you’re uninsured or on Medicaid, we provide shots through 2 programs: Shots for Tots and Big Shots.

If you have health insurance, you can make an appointment for with a private doctor or healthcare clinic for your immunizations.

Child immunizations requirements

The Texas Department of State Health Services requires kids to get certain immunizations before they attend school or childcare facilities.

Shot records

We keep records of immunizations that you received at public health clinics in Austin and Travis County, including those you received through the Shots for Tots and Big Shots programs.

ImmTrac is a free service that safely stores your shot records in an electronic system. Ask about ImmTrac during your next appointment.

Contact information

St. John's WIC Clinic7500 Blessing AvenueAustin, TX 78752
DayOpen - Close Hours