The Barron County Department of Health & Human Services-Public Health Program offers
immunizations through the Wisconsin Vaccine for Children Program (VFC)

***** Immunization Guidelines *****

As of OCTOBER 1, 2012, if your child has insurance that covers vaccinations, please make an appointment with your primary care provider for obtaining needed vaccinations.

 If your child is VFC eligible, your child may be vaccinated through Public Health.

 VFC eligible include:

  • Children through age 18 who are Medicaid (Badgercare) eligible
  • Children who are uninsured
  • American Indian or Alaska native children
  • Underinsured children (has health insurance but coverage does not include all vaccines or only covers selected vaccines).


  • All children age 6 month thru 18 years of age may receive influenza vaccination through Public Health
  • Children and adults may receive vaccinations that guard against Pertussis (whooping cough) through Public Health
  • Some adults may be eligible for additional vaccinations, contact public health to discuss options. 

PLEASE CALL PUBLIC HEALTH AT (715) 537-5691, ext 6442

  • Parental consent is needed for all children younger than 18 years of age
  • To check your insurance coverage, call the customer service number (usually on the back of your card) or contact your insurance provider. If immunizations are covered by your insurance policy, please schedule an appointment with your child’s medical provider for vaccinations.
Please call for an appointment.
(715) 537-5691, ext 6442
Office Hours are Monday – Friday:  8:00 AM to 4:30 PM

Barron County Government Center
335 E. Monroe Ave. Room 338
Barron, WI  54812

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Related Links:

Understanding Vaccines This resource explains the safety and efficacy of vaccines, including a short video about their history and why they are imperative to public health.