Hepatitis Vaccination

There is a vaccine to prevent Hepatitis A and B.

People who should get the Hepatitis A Vaccine include:

• All children over the age of 1 and under age 19
• People with chronic liver disease (including Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C)
• People with HIV
• People who inject drugs
• Men who have sex with men
• People who are traveling to a developing country. Vaccines for travel may not be offered at the facilities in this site locator. You can get information for travel vaccines by calling (800) 232-4636 (CDC-INFO).

People who should get the Hepatitis B Vaccine include:

• All babies at birth
• All unvaccinated children under age 19
• People with chronic liver disease (including Hepatitis C)
• People who live with someone who has Hepatitis B
• Men who have sex with men
• People with more than 1 sex partner in the last 6 months
• People whose sex partner has Hepatitis B
• Health care workers
• People with HIV, or who have a history of having a sexually transmitted disease
• People who inject drugs