Immunizations / Screenings


Upcoming & Regularly Scheduled Events

  1. Child and Adult Immunizations - regularly by appointment
  2. Lead Screening for Children - regularly by appointment

Vaccines: The Basics

Immunization AwarenessPhoto1Childhood Immunization

Reasons to follow the CDC's Recommended Immunization Schedule

2021 Recommended Immunizations for Children from Birth Through 6 Years Old

2021 Recommended Immunizations for Children 7 -18 Years Old

Child and Adolescent Vaccine Assessment Tool

Immunization AwarenessPhoto3Adult Immunization

2021 Recommended Immunization for Adults

What Vaccines are Recommended for You

The Adult Vaccine Assessment Tool

Vaccines and Pregnancy: Top 7 Things You Need to Know


Myths & Facts about COVID-19 Vaccine

Vax Finder


I got my COVID vaccine

How I felt after getting my COVID vaccine

If I take the VAX, do I still need a mask or can I go straight to a party?

If I'm not going to get sick, why should I take the COVID vaccine?

Will I get a sticker if I take the COVID vaccine because I am a person of color?

Will the COVID-19 vaccine make me sick?

COVID-19 vaccine

Additional Resources

Sharewood - a FREE healthcare organization - Children Welcome!

Provides FREE Medical Care every Tues 6-8PM

No insurance and no appointment needed!

First Church of Malden

184 Pleasant Street 

Malden, MA 02148



Boston Medical Center - Children's Medical Security Plan 

Children under 19 who are Massachusetts residents who are uninsured and do not qualify for MassHealth

Services include well-child visits, immunizations, lab tests, and more!