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COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics

This page is updated frequently with the latest information on vaccines at Planned Parenthood Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley.

Upcoming Vaccine Clinics

Scroll down to our Eligibility Q&A to find out if you are currently eligible for a vaccine per LA County guidelines. We actively review our vaccine clinic schedules to ensure that only eligible individuals receive an appointment. 

Vaccine clinics are scheduled weekly at our health centers and are subject to change as LA County’s vaccine supply may vary from week to week.   

Pasadena - If appointments are full, you can add yourself to the waiting list by clicking on the "Save and Continue" button. Learn More 

Baldwin Park Health Center - If appointments are full, you can add yourself to the waiting list by clicking on the "Save and Continue" button. Learn More 

Highland Park Health Center - If appointments are full, you can add yourself to the waiting list by clicking on the "Save and Continue" button. Learn More 

We also have limited walk-in appointments available at 4pm on vaccine clinics days for eligible individuals on a first-come, first-served basis.

Eligibility Q&A

Q: Who is currently eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine?  

A: Documentation of immigration status is NOT required to receive a vaccine.

Currently, we are permitted to vaccinate all individuals age 18 and older who live in LA County.

COMING: Individuals age 16 and older will be eligible for a vaccine starting April 15

According to LA County guidelines, recipients must show:

  1. Photo ID (does not have to be government issued), and
  2. Proof that you live in LA County

Examples of proof that you live in LA County (must show your name and address):

  • Driver’s license
  • California ID card or REAL ID card (from the DMV)
  • Library card
  • Postmarked letter
  • Utility bill
  • Vehicle registration
  • Vehicle insurance
  • Voter registration confirmation
  • Rent receipt or lease or letter from landlord
  • School or employment document
  • Court document
  • Law enforcement document (can be from immigration including deportation)
  • Tax, bank, or insurance document
  • Post Office change of address confirmation
  • Letter or document from a Faith-based organization, shelter, non-profit institution with the name/address of issuing organization
  • Membership card – Union, YMCA, store club card, fitness center, community or neighborhood association, apartment building association
  • Consular ID (Matricula Consular)
  • Any employment document from the other sectors (Food and Agriculture, Education and Childcare, Emergency Responder) IF these contain name and home address
  • My Health LA ID card (this is acceptable even though it does not show your address because the card is only issued to people who live in LA County)

 

 

Q: What kind of documentation is required to receive a COVID-19 vaccine?  

***Documentation of immigration status is NOT required to receive a vaccine.***

According to LA County guidelines, recipients must show:

  1. Photo ID (does not have to be government issued), and
  2. Proof that you live in LA County

Examples of proof that you live in LA County (must show your name and address):

  • Driver’s license
  • California ID card or REAL ID card (from the DMV)
  • Library card
  • Postmarked letter
  • Utility bill
  • Vehicle registration
  • Vehicle insurance
  • Voter registration confirmation
  • Rent receipt or lease or letter from landlord
  • School or employment document
  • Court document
  • Law enforcement document (can be from immigration including deportation)
  • Tax, bank, or insurance document
  • Post Office change of address confirmation
  • Letter or document from a Faith-based organization, shelter, non-profit institution with the name/address of issuing organization
  • Membership card – Union, YMCA, store club card, fitness center, community or neighborhood association, apartment building association
  • Consular ID (Matricula Consular)
  • Any employment document from the other sectors (Food and Agriculture, Education and Childcare, Emergency Responder) IF these contain name and home address
  • My Health LA ID card (this is acceptable even though it does not show your address because the card is only issued to people who live in LA County)
Q: Can individuals who are not eligible yet schedule an appointment with us in advance or get on our waitlist?  

A: No, not at this time. Individuals who have registered for an appointment that are found to be ineligible will receive an automated cancellation of their appointment, regardless of whether or not they have already received a confirmation of their appointment. 

Q: Is there someone I can reach out to with specific questions on behalf of my organization/clients/patients?  

A: Please reach out to Christian Port, Senior Manager of Business Development, at [email protected] with any questions or concerns regarding our vaccine clinics.  

Q: I am eligible to get a vaccine, but I live outside of Pasadena. May I still make an appointment with a PPPSGV Vaccination Clinic?

A: Yes. Please note upcoming Vaccination Clinic dates above and any updates to eligibility. 

Planned Parenthood Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley is proud to offer COVID-19 vaccines to eligible community members in partnership with local public health efforts.

We understand that many vulnerable populations are experiencing challenges in accessing the vaccine across LA County, and we are committed to providing vaccines equitably across the communities that we serve. Help us spread the word to those who have been hardest to reach. 
 


This page is updated frequently with the lastest information on COVID-19 vaccines at Planned Parenthood Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley.

General Information:  

Due to the nationwide shortage of vaccines, we are currently offering the Moderna vaccine on a limited basis at the following locations: 

Vaccine clinics are scheduled weekly at our health centers and are subject to change as LA County’s vaccine supply may vary from week to week. The Moderna vaccine is a series of two shots that should be received four weeks apart. At this time we are able to accommodate first and second dose appointments at our weekly vaccine clinics.  

How to Register for a Vaccine:

Individuals who are eligible to receive the vaccine must register through PrepMod, the LA County online vaccine portal, at this time. We acknowledge that the online portal is a barrier for some populations and are working to identify alternative registration solutions. If you are able to assist your clients or patients with the registration process we would greatly appreciate your support.  

Individuals must complete the online registration form and select an appointment slot. They will receive an appointment confirmation following their registration.  

  • Each recipient should expect to wait 15-30 minutes after receiving the vaccine 
  • Waitlist are specific for each day, so registrants can sign up for both 
  • Registrants should enter their insurance information, but insurance is not required to get the vaccine 
  • There will be no fee for the vaccine regardless of insurance coverage 
  • Our team will contact patients to schedule 2nd doses 28 days after the 1st shot 
  • Documentation of immigration status is NOT required to receive a vaccine

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