Vaccines Schedule Ages Birth - 18 years

Infants and Children

Recommended vaccinations from birth to 6 years.

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Preteens and Teens

Recommended vaccinations from 7 to 18 years

Parenting Resources

Symptom Checker

system checker healthychildren offers parents a tool to safely research your child’s symptoms and offers valuable information about caring for your child, and guidance about when to seek care.

Simply click on the body portion where your child has symptoms. Start now!
Check your child’s symptoms »

Helpful Links

Child Passenger Safety

Access your Child's Vaccination

Now you can view and print your family’s official vaccination records from ImmuNet, Maryland’s Immunization Registry, by going to .

Proof of vaccinations for child care, school or camp

Keeping track of your vaccinations

Foreign travel vaccinations record

Access Lab Results

Click on the lab,
Then create an account with them: Labcorp_Logo_Horizontal_Color_RGBQuest Diagnostics Incorporated logo

Community Resources

Do you Need Help Finding Housing, Food, a Job or More?

Find by Aunt Bertha is a website that helps you find free or reduced cost services in your area. Get help finding housing, food, jobs, legal aid, and more.

Just enter your ZIP code and CLICK on the service you need.Home

Get Help/Assistance with Rent or Utilities

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has a Rental Assistance Finder  to connect renters and landlords to state and local organizations distributing federal rental assistance.

→Encuentre ayuda para pagar renta y servicios
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Maternity Partnership/Prenatal Care

This program is offered through Montgomery County and works with hospitals to provides prenatal care, routine laboratory tests, prenatal classes, and a dental screening by a dental hygienist, if referred.

Click here to find out more.

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Babies Born Healthy (BBH)

Babies Born Healthy (BBH)  is a Montgomery County initiative aimed to address the high disparity in infant mortality among Black babies in the southern portion of the county.  BBH is a comprehensive program that delivers targeted care coordination services to Black pregnant Medicaid eligible people, through the work of nurses, community health workers, lactation consultants, and mental health support.   The program offers home visiting, prenatal-childbirth-parenting-breastfeeding-postnatal education and support, as well as linkages to other service; the program also offers incentives to the participants. 

For more information, check the county website at