Whatcom County Health and Community Services (WCHCS) will be hosting vaccination clinics this fall, where children and eligible adults can receive several vaccines including COVID-19, Flu, Mpox and routinely-recommended childhood immunizations. There is no cost associated with clinic appointments, unless otherwise noted in the description. Insurance is not required. If you are an adult 19 years and older, please check that you meet the eligibility requirements listed for the clinic you are interested in attending.
WCHCS is hosting fall vaccine clinics at two locations: East Whatcom Regional Resource Center in Maple Falls and 2030 Division Street in Bellingham. You can find more information and updates about these clinics on WCHCS’s Immunizations Clinics page.
East Whatcom Regional Resource Center Clinics
East Whatcom Regional Resource Center (8251 Kendall Rd., Maple Falls) clinics are hosted by the Washington State Department of Health’s Care-a-Van Program. These clinics are open to everyone ages 6 months and older. COVID-19, Mpox, and routinely-recommended childhood vaccines will be available. A limited supply of free at-home COVID-19 tests will be available. Blood pressure & glucose checks are also available.
Tuesday, October 3, 8:30 am-12 pm
Thursday, November 2, 4-7 pm
Thursday, December 7, 4-7 pm
Division Street Clinics (2030 Division St., Bellingham)
The Division Street clinics will offer no-cost vaccines for those who are eligible.
For people under 19, COVID-19 (Moderna), Flu, and routinely-recommended childhood vaccines (excluding MenB, Hib, and Rotavirus) will be available. At this time, COVID-19 (Moderna) vaccines are only available for children 12-18 years old. Our Moderna supply for children 6 months to 11 years is coming soon.
For people 19 years and older, Mpox, COVID-19 (for people who are underinsured/uninsured), and flu (for uninsured only) will be available. If you have questions about your eligibility, please call WCHCS at 360-778-6000 and ask for the Immunizations nurse.
Tuesday, October 3, 3-6pm
Tuesday, October 17, 3-6pm
Tuesday, November 7, 3-6pm
Tuesday, December 5, 3-6pm
Other places vaccines are available:
Immunizations may also be available at local grocery stores, pharmacies, and healthcare facilities - call ahead or visit a provider’s individual website to learn more about what immunizations they offer and how to schedule an appointment. Please note - other vaccine providers may require proof of insurance and/or out-of-pocket payment.
You can use the www.vaccines.gov tool to find COVID-19 and flu vaccine locations.
For more information about routinely-recommended childhood vaccines, visit https://bit.ly/42I7bSf.