Vaccines Plus Program

COVID-19 Vaccinations are available at Community Health Centers in Mississippi

Find a Community Health Center here on a map with the names of the Community Health Centers by county.

Find a Community Health Center here nearest you (by zip code) with contact information.

Medical doctors, nurse practitioners, dentists, and others on the clinical team at Community Health Center clinics provide primary care. This includes pediatrics, Women’s Health/OB/GYN, Geriatrics, Internal Medicine, and Family Medicine, Dental, and Optometry specialties.

No insurance? No problem. Everyone who comes to community health center clinic for healthcare is seen by a provider, no matter what their ability is to pay.*

+ this service is available at most clinics. Call ahead.
*patient payments are based on a sliding fee scale based on income.

Everyone needs to be vaccinated for COVID-19. The doctors and nurses at Community Health Centers understand reasons why people haven’t been vaccinated. They have answers to your questions and advice you can trust. Listen to the recorded messages from community health center physicians and providers below.


Candace Pringle Welch, FNP
Ms. Welch is a Family Nurse Practitioner at Greater Meridian Health Clinic.

The Vaccine Plus Program is an initiative to support your access to health care for the COVID-19 vaccine and much more.

Community Health Centers see all persons for comprehensive quality primary health care, oral health, behavioral health, and connect community members to other services, such as resources for food and employment.

Health Center providers are partners with patients.  This includes monitoring and management of diabetes, hypertension, and any other conditions.  Although all insurances are accepted, you can be seen even if you’re without health insurance.

Finally, if you feel a desire to aid efforts in this ongoing pandemic to get us back to normal, please log on to, see what help is needed, and apply at the link for any level of support.