Public Health Clinic

A mother with her two children next to the words "I got vaccinated because I can't risk getting sick."  On the right hand side is the logo for the CDC and the words DON'T WAIT. VACCINATE!

The Public Health Clinic focuses on protecting individuals and the community from the spread of communicable diseases through the availability of immunizations and tuberculosis testing to the public. 

Public Health Vaccine & Testing Clinic

Call 707-464-0861 to make an appointment.

Please call to inquire about eligibility and pricing. Unfortunately, we do not bill insurance for vaccination or testing services. 

Upcoming Events

FREE Community Flu (Influenza) Vaccinations! Check our calendar for all the available flu clinics this fall. 

When coming to the Community Flu Clinics, we ask that you keep in mind:

  • Vaccines are for all individuals in the community
  • Vaccines come on a first-come, first-serve basis
  • We ask that you not attend the flu clinics if you are feeling sick
  • Be sure to wear clothing that allows vaccination to your upper arm
  • Only children 10 years and older will be vaccinated; other children should receive their vaccine from their usual healthcare provider


Clinic Schedule

    1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month from 9:00 am - 11:30 am and 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Tuberculosis (TB) Testing - At cost
    1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month from 9:00 am - 11:30 am and 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Tuberculosis (TB) Readings 
    Readings are on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month at or after the time your test was placed.
    (If you miss this reading time, your test will need to be repeated.)

Vaccines Available

COVID-19 Vaccines

As of Monday, Sept. 11, 2023, the bivalent mRNA COVID-19 vaccines have been deauthorized and new monovalent vaccine will be available soon. These new vaccines are designed to protect against the current Omicron subvariants. 

The vaccines have also transitioned to the commercial market which means they will no longer be purchased by the federal government and provided free of charge to all U.S. residents. Instead, they will be available through commercial insurance, Medicaid, including California’s Medi-Cal program, as well as Medicare, the Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program, and the Children’s Health Insurance Program. COVID-19 vaccines should be available through local pharmacies or your usual healthcare provider. 

We recommend that parents check with their child's primary care provider first for COVID-19 vaccines. Open Door - Del Norte Community Health Center, United Indian Health Services (UIHS), and Sutter Coast Community Clinic all offer COVID-19 vaccines for their patients. 

Available Adult Vaccines 

Available Child Vaccines - Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program 

  •    Tdap - Screening Checklist - FREE if eligible
  •     COVID-19 - Currently in transition 

  • Must be under 19 years old AND one of the following:
  • On Medi-Cal
  • Uninsured
  • American Indian or Alaska native

If your child has a primary care provider, your child should see their primary care provider for immunizations. If your child does not have a primary care provider they see regularly, please make an appointment to speak with our Immunization Coordinator who can connect you with a provider.

Where Else Can You Get Vaccines?

       Check out listings of where to get vaccines in Del Norte County. 

County of Del Norte
Department of Health & Human Services
Social Services Branch Public Assistance /
Employment & Training Branch
880 Northcrest Drive
Crescent City, CA 95531
Phone (707) 464-3191
Fax (707) 465-1783
880 Northcrest Drive
Crescent City, CA 95531
Phone (707) 464-3191
Fax (707) 465-1783

Behavioral Health Branch

Public Health Branch
455 K Street
Crescent City, CA 95531
(707) 464-7224
(800) 446-4408 (toll free)
400 L Street
Crescent City, CA 95531
Phone (707) 464-0861
Fax (707) 465-6701