Updated Nov. 9, 2023


Visit vaccines.gov to search vaccine provider locations. You can also text your ZIP code to 438829 or call 1-800-232-0233. See the "Locations" tab above for more information about local options.

CDC Bridge Access Program

If you are age 18 or older and do not have health insurance or if your insurance does not cover all costs for COVID-19 vaccines, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Bridge Access Program can help you get one at no cost. To find participating clinics, go to vaccines.gov, enter your ZIP code and the vaccine you’re looking for, and when the results show on the next page, check the box that says “Bridge Access Program Participant.”

Go to vaccines.gov

Other Options

Contact Your Provider

Contact your provider to see if they are offering COVID-19 vaccines. COVID-19 vaccines are available to veterans at the Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center. Appointments required.

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In-Home Vaccination

Washington state no longer provides in-home vaccination appointments. However, there may be other options available to you. The Washington State Department of Health encourages individuals to review the following to determine the best option.

People with insurance, please check with your:

  1. Primary care provider
  2. Local pharmacy to see if they can vaccinate you in your home
  3. Check with your home health provider if you receive this service
  4. For more information or to speak with a representative, please call SRHD at 509.324.1611.

People with no insurance:

  1. Visit Vaccines.gov - Find COVID‑19 vaccine locations near you
  2. Look at Care-A-Van Mobile Vaccine Clinic Locations
  3. Call ParentHelp123 at 1.800.322.2588 to get help with signing up for insurance: A website for families and individuals in Washington state - Parenthelp123

Getting to Your Appointment

If you need help getting to your appointment, see this page for information on local options for travel to and from appointments.

Transportation to Your Appointment