Immunizations for Children (Ages 0 to 6 Years)


Please call 406-454-6950 to schedule an appointment.


WALK-IN SHOT CLINIC - RSV, Flu, & Covid-19

  • Friday, November 17, 10am-4pm 
  • CCHD building @ 115 4th St S, Great Falls
  • No appointment needed

Please bring your insurance card, if you have one. Without insurance, we are still able to give Covid shots for all ages, flu shots for all ages, and RSV shots for children (but not adults). 

Pregnant women must bring a letter from their healthcare provider recommending immunization.

RSV immunization eligibility: 

  • Age 60 and older
  • Babies 6 months and under
  • American Indian and Alaska native babies 8 months and under
  • Babies 6-8 months old with conditions placing them at high risk for
    severe illness
  • Women 32-36 weeks pregnant, with a healthcare provider’s written
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RSV Immunization

New immunizations for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) were recently approved.

People infected with RSV usually show symptoms within 4 to 6 days after getting infected. Symptoms usually include runny nose, decrease in appetite, coughing, sneezing, fever, and wheezing. Most RSV infections go away on their own in a week or two. However, RSV can cause severe illness in some people, especially infants, young children, and the elderly. 

During the 2022-2023 respiratory infection season, Cascade County had 456 confirmed RSV cases. 

The following groups are eligible for immunization:

  • Adults age 60 and older
  • Women who are 32-36 weeks pregnant, with a letter from a healthcare provider recommending immunization; immunization provides protection against severe RSV illness in the recipient's baby for up to 6 months after birth
  • Babies 6 months and under
  • American Indian and Alaska native babies 8 months and under
  • Children 6-8 months who remain at risk of severe RSV disease

These are the immunizations your child needs before age 6:


Check with your immunization provider to make sure your baby is receiving all vaccinations on schedule. Many times vaccines are combined to reduce the number of injections. Be sure you ask for a record card with the dates of your baby’s vaccinations; bring this with you to every visit.

Please note: Your baby may not need a dose of Hib or RV vaccine at age 6 months, depending on the vaccine used. Check with your immunization provider.

At Birth
2 Months
HepB, DTaP, PCV, Hib, IPV, RV
4 Months
HepB, DTaP, PCV, Hib, IPV, RV
6 MonthsHepB, DTaP, PCV, Hib1, IPV, RV1, Influenza
12 to 15 Months
MMR, DTaP, PCV, Hib, Chickenpox, HepA, Influenza
4 to 6 YearsMMR, DTaP, IPV, Chickenpox, HepA, Influenza