The City of Berkeley provides direct health services through the Ann Chandler Clinic and through partnerships with Berkeley Public Schools.
Services through the Ann Chandler Clinic
The Ann Chandler Clinic’s Immunization program which provides childhood and yearly vaccinations is currently paused until further notice.
The City of Berkeley’s Ann Chandler Clinic provides vaccinations to children (ages 3-18) who are Medi-Cal/CHDP eligible, not insured, or are American Indian or Alaskan Native.
Call to make an appointment: (510) 981-5350
Cost: $26/Administrative fee per vaccine (Children will not be denied immunizations due to inability to pay.)
Languages spoken: English and Spanish; interpreter services available for other languages
Vaccines provided include:
- Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis/ “whooping cough”)
- MMR (measles, mumps, rubella)
- Hepatitis B
- Pneumococcal for children under 5 years
Find other clinics offering vaccines in Alameda County.
Services through Berkeley Public Schools
The City of Berkeley’s Public Health Division partners with Berkeley Public Schools to provide health services for school-aged children and teens.
Elementary School Children
The School Linked Health Services program provides health services, education, and advice for families, staff, and administration of Berkeley Elementary Schools.
- Learn more about services provided for staff and administration of Berkeley Elementary Schools.
- Learn more about services provided for families of Berkeley Elementary School students.
Contact Berkeley Public Health at (510) 981-7677 for more information.
The School Linked Health Services program is a partnership between the City of Berkeley Public Health Division and Berkeley Unified School District.
High School Youth
The Health Centers at Berkeley High School and Berkeley Technology Academy offer free physical and mental health services for students.
Students can request an appointment online.
- First Aid
- Family Planning and STI prevention, testing and treatment
- Immunizations and TB skin testing
- Referrals for primary care and insurance
- Crisis Intervention
- Individual Short-Term Counseling
- Support Groups
- Prevention of Pregnancy/HIV/STIs
- Substance Abuse Prevention
- Healthy Relationships
- SHIFT BHS (Sexual Health Information from Teens): Deliver workshops on reproductive health topics such as anatomy, STIs, HIV, and birth control options.
- SHIFT BTA (Student Health Information from Teens): Deliver workshops on reproductive health topics such as anatomy, STIs, HIV, and birth control options, nutrition, substance use, mental health and professional development.