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Where to Get Vaccines

ICTC supports all children having a medical home and should consult with their provider for vaccines. 

There are several ways to obtain vaccines in Tarrant County. Besides ICTC’s low-cost vaccine events held in August, there are community clinics located throughout the county that offer all required and recommended vaccines.

2018 & 2019 Texas State Vaccine Requirements

Are you new to Texas? Is your child is starting public school for the first time? Do you want to know what vaccines are required to enroll in a public school in Texas? You've come to the right place! We have linked the 2018-2019 Texas Minimum State Vaccine Requirements for Students K-12th Grade. 

We know this can be overwhelming, which is why we have immunization counselors at all of our events to help you navigate what vaccines your child will need. Just remember to bring your shot record. 

 

The Only Cancer Vaccine Available

The HPV vaccine is cancer prevention. Why get vaccinated? According to the CDC, HPV vaccine prevents infection with human papillomavirus (HPV) types that are associated with many cancers, including:

  • Cervical cancer in females
  • Vaginal and vulvar cancers in females
  • Anal cancer in females and males
  • Throat cancer in females and males
  • Penile cancer in males

 

August Events Family Survey 2017

The Center for Children's Health led by Cook Children's developed a family survey for ICTC that is distributed during our August events.

This survey is used to help us with our results based accountability strategic plan answering two questions: