Washington State Adult Vaccine Program

 

The Washington State Adult Vaccine Program provides vaccine to participating provider locations for adults 19 years of age and older who are uninsured or underinsured. The program is funded using 317 Federal Funding. Subject to funding, selected vaccine is available for providers to order for a limited time once each year. The vaccines offered change from year to year.

For more information about the program, or to find forms, please refer to the manual below. To find information regarding patient immunizations please see our Immunization webpage.

For information regarding COVID-19 vaccine, please see the COVID-19 vaccine webpage.

Can't find what you're looking for regarding the Adult Vaccine Program? Contact us at WAAdultVaccines@doh.wa.gov.

Participating Provider Links

Program Information

To be added to the Adult Vaccine Program Updates newsletter, please email your request to WAAdultVaccines@doh.wa.gov.

 

Loss & Returns: The Adult Vaccine Program accepts return of expired or wasted vaccine. Vaccine returns are now processed in the IIS. Please fill out and submit the Adult Vaccine Program

Vaccine Loss Log (PDF) for any vaccine loss greater than $2500. 

Transfers: Complete the Vaccine Transfer Request in the IIS at least 48 hours before each intended movement of vaccine. The Adult Vaccine Program reviews transfer requests on a case-by-case basis. Vaccine cannot be moved prior to Transfer Request approval from DOH.  

Off-Site Vaccination Clinic Guidelines: Providers must follow the guidelines in the AVP Off-Site Vaccination Clinic form (PDF) in order to participate in an off-site clinic event. 

Monthly Accountability Reporting: 

  • Temperature Reporting: Providers are required to submit monthly temperature logs to the Adult Vaccine Program at WAAdultVaccines@doh.wa.gov. Temperature logs are due the first week of the following month. If a provider is enrolled in the Adult Vaccine Program and Childhood Vaccine Program, and vaccines are stored in the same vaccine storage units, the provider does not need to send a duplicate temperature log to the Adult Vaccine Program. 
  • Inventory Reporting: Providers are required to submit an Inventory Report monthly through the Immunization Information System. Inventory reports are due the first week of each month. Previously, the program required quarterly reporting through a survey on the AVP webpage. This is no longer a requirement of the program.