Church of the Incarnation Hosts Last Free Immunization Clinic and Health Fair Before School Starts
Uptown, Dallas, Texas – Located at 3966 McKinney Avenue, just north of Blackburn Street, Church of the Incarnation Episcopal hosts a Free Back to School Immunization Clinic. The event is free to the public and is an easy way to bring your child’s shots up to date. It is sponsored by Church of the Incarnation with immunizations provided by Texas Care Van.
Also participating are the Dallas County Medical Society Alliance, The Dallas Police Central Neighborhood Patrol, Texas A&M College of Dentistry and North Dallas Shared Ministries.
FREE Meningitis, HPV and whooping cough vaccines will be included in the vaccines offered. Free student sports physicals will also be given. First come, first served. Participants need to bring their immunization records.
- Free Immunizations
- Free Participation/Sports Physicals
- Free Dental Screenings
- Free Eye Exams
Immunizations are important, Safe, and Effective Vaccines are free to: Children and students 2 months old to 18 years of age, Medicaid eligible, Uninsured: a child with no health insurance coverage, American Indian or Alaskan Native, Underinsured (a child whose health coverage does not include vaccines).
VACINATE BEFORE YOU GRADUATE – free meningitis vaccines
The clinic will feature the immunizations, a Zumba class, free sports physicals and other health information. A bicycle with helmet give away will also take place with a limited number of donations. The Mounted Patrol, McGruff the Crime Dog will also be there the day of the event. Some of the volunteers involved are Dorothy Budd, Sandy Secor, Martha Lang, Barenda Hino, Sandy DeBusk, Anne Mackintosh.
* Photos by Jonathan Moon and courtesy Church of the Incarnation.