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Prince William County Schools Head Start Program

Every Woman’s Life Program

Every Woman’s Life (EWL) is a public health program that helps uninsured, low income women in the Prince William Health District gain access to free breast and cervical cancer screening services. Screening and early detection reduces death rates, improves treatment options, and greatly increases survival.

If you are a woman between 40-64 years old, live primarily in the Prince William Health District, and your income is at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level, you may qualify for this program.  For more information, please call 703-792-7494.

Women’s Health Services

Women's Health Services are by appointment only on Tuesdays at the Woodbridge Clinic.

Women’s Health Services that are offered include:

  • Gynecology check-up including pap smear and birth control methods
  • Sexually transmitted disease detection, screening, treatment and education
  • HIV testing and counseling
  • Health education information and referrals

Eligibility for Women's Health is based on income and co-payments are based on a sliding scale. 

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Teen Wellness

Teen Wellness Services that are offered include:

Teen Wellness Services are available to all teenage residents of the Prince William Health District. Teen Wellness Services are offered during walk-in hours at the Manassas Clinic on Mondays from 2:00-3:00 p.m. and at the Woodbridge Clinic on Tuesdays from 2:00-3:00 p.m. 

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Prenatal Care Clinic

Prenatal care services are provided at Prince William Health District - Manassas Clinic by appointment only.  Eligibility for services is based on income. Please see the locations page for contact information to schedule an appointment.

  • Care for pregnant women
  • Referral to WIC (Woman, Infants & Children) services

Labor and delivery services are not covered by the Prince William Health District. Arrangements are made through Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center or Novant Prince William Hospital.

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Pregnancy Testing

Pregnancy testing is offered during walk-in hours at the Manassas Clinic on the first and third Tuesdays from 8 - 9 a.m. and at the Woodbridge Clinic on the second and fourth Mondays from 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.  Pregnancy testing services are available to all female residents of the Prince William Health District.

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Send Your Children Back to School Protected from Serious Diseases

National Immunization Awareness Month is a reminder that we all need vaccines throughout our lives.

Back-to-school season is here. It’s time for parents to gather school supplies and back packs. It’s also the perfect time to make sure your children are up to date on their vaccines.

To celebrate the importance of immunizations for people of all ages – and make sure children are protected with all the vaccines they need – the Prince William Health District is joining with partners nationwide in recognizing August as National Immunization Awareness Month.

Getting children all of the vaccines recommended by CDC’s immunization schedule is one of the most important things parents can do to ensure a healthy future for their child.  If you haven’t done so already, now is the time to check with your doctor to find out what vaccines your child needs.

Vaccines protect against a number of serious and potentially life-threatening diseases.

When children are not vaccinated, they are at increased risk for diseases and can also spread diseases to others in their classrooms and community – including babies who are too young to be fully vaccinated, and people with weakened immune systems due to cancer or other health conditions.

Talk to your child’s doctor to find out which vaccines are recommended for them before going back to school.

Parents can find out more about the recommended vaccines at or contact your local health department.  For the Manassas office, call 703-792-6300.  For the Woodbridge office, call 703-792-7300.

Do you have a preteen or teen? Protect their future with vaccines.

National Immunization Awareness Month is a reminder that we all need vaccines throughout our lives.

Taking them to their sports physical, making sure they eat healthy and get plenty of sleep … you know these are crucial to your adolescent’s health. But did you also you know your preteens and teens need vaccines to stay healthy and protected against serious diseases?

As they get older, preteens and teens are at increased risk for some infections. Plus the protection provided by some of the childhood vaccines begins to wear off, so preteens need a booster dose. You may have heard about whooping cough (pertussis) outbreaks recently. Vaccine-preventable diseases are still around and very real. The vaccines for preteens and teens can help protect your kids, as well as their friends, community, and other family members.

There are four vaccines recommended for all preteens at ages 11 to 12.  Teens may also need a booster dose of one of the shots or get any shots they may have missed. You can use any health care visit, including sports or camp physicals, checkups or some sick visits, to get the shots your kids need. The vaccines recommended for preteen and teen girls and boys are:

  • Quadrivalent meningococcal conjugate vaccine, which protects against four types of meningococcal disease. Meningococcal disease is caused by bacteria and is a leading cause of bacterial meningitis – a serious infection around the brain and spinal cord – in teens and young adults.
  • HPV vaccine, which protects against the types of HPV that most commonly cause cancer. HPV can cause future cancers of the cervix, vulva and vagina in women and cancers of the penis in men. In both women and men, HPV also causes mouth/throat (oropharyngeal) cancer, anal cancer and genital warts.
  • Tdap vaccine, which is a booster shot against tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis. Pertussis (whooping cough) can keep kids out of school and activities for weeks. It can also be spread to babies who are too young to be vaccinated, and this disease can be very dangerous and sometimes deadly for babies.
  •  Influenza (flu) vaccine, because even healthy kids can get the flu, and it can be serious. All kids, including your preteens and teens, should get the flu vaccine every year. Parents should also get vaccinated to protect themselves  and to help protect their children.

Talk with your child’s health care professional to find out which vaccines your preteens and teens need. Vaccines are a crucial step in keeping your kids healthy.

Want to learn more about the vaccines for preteens and teens? Check out or call 1-800-CDC-INFO.

Learn more about childhood vaccines at or call 800-CDC-INFO (800-232-4636).

Vaccine Information for Parents with Small Children

Immunizations are recommended for children beginning at birth and throughout the lifespan. Your child's first dose of vaccine should be received in the hospital and then continue every several months through their first years of life. Giving your child the recommended immunizations on time is the best way to protect him or her from 14 serious diseases, like measles and whooping cough.

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Vaccine Information Teenagers & Young Adults

Vaccines are not just for young children. Vaccines help to protect teenagers and young adults from vaccine preventable diseases like HPV, meningitis, influenza and whooping cough. Click on the links below to learn more.

Teen Vaccines

Off to College: Even Healthy Young Adults Need Vaccines

Many adolescents are skipping HPV vaccine

Adult VaccinesVaccine Information for Adults

Adults should be vaccinated in accordance with the current Adult Immunization Schedule as put forward by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practice (ACIP) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  Adults should be especially aware of vaccines which will help protect themselves and others based on their career choice or for preventive health. Consult your health care provider or local health department as necessary to understand what vaccines you may need. Below are some Adult vaccine guidelines:

Individuals in close contact with young children:

Examples:  daycare workers, teachers, camp counselors, parents, grandparents, babysitters, nannies

  • Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, and acellular pertussis)
  • Influenza vaccine (mist or injectable )

Individuals in close contact with animals:

Examples:  veterinarians, vet-techs, animal control officers, wildlife rehabilitators, spelunkers, travelers to certain countries where dog rabies is common, biologists and/or agriculture specialists who work with wild animals, people who work with rabies in a laboratory setting

  • Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, and acellular pertussis)
  • Rabies pre-exposure vaccine series

Individuals in the health care setting:

Examples:  Health Care Personnel (HCP) might include physicians, nurses, nursing assistants, therapists, technicians, emergency medical service personnel, dental personnel, pharmacists, laboratory personnel, autopsy personnel, students and trainees, contractual staff not employed by the health-care facility, and persons (e.g., clerical, dietary, housekeeping, laundry, security, maintenance, administrative, billing, and volunteers) not directly involved in patient care but potentially exposed to infectious agents that can be transmitted to and from HCP and patients 

  • Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, and acellular pertussis)
  • Hepatitis B
  • MMR 
  • Varicella
  • Influenza

Other possible vaccine recommendations for specific health care personnel in certain situations (not routinely recommended):

  • Meningococcal
  • Typhoid
  • IPV

For current recommendations on vaccination of healthcare personnel, click on the following link:

HCW Adult Immunization Adults
Pregnancy Whooping cough  

Immunization Clinic at Prince William Health District

Appointments are available for immunizations at the Woodbridge and Manassas clinic sites each week to meet the needs of the community. Please contact the Woodbridge clinic at 703-792-7300 or the Manassas clinic at 703-792-6300 to schedule your appointment.

If you will be late or unable to make it to your scheduled appointment, it is important to notify the clinic at least two days in advance so that you can be rescheduled, and your appointment can be given to another client.


Immunization Clinic Schedule:

pdf Prince William Health District Immunization Clinic Hours


TUESDAY 8:15am – 10:30am

PPD skin testing ONLY is available without an appointment. Please visit the Immunizations webpage under Community Health Services for additional information.

Woodbridge Clinic:


Scheduled immunization appointments are offered in the morning.

Walk-In for TB Screening/TB Skin Test/TB T-Spot (blood test) only 8:15 -10:30 a.m.


Wednesday 8:15 - 10:30 a.m. and 1-2:30 p.m.

Scheduled immunization appointments are offered in the morning and afternoon.  Please call 703-792-7300 to schedule an appointment.


Manassas Clinic:


Scheduled Immunization appointments are offered in the morning.

Walk-In for TB Screening/TB Skin Test/TB T-Spot (blood test) only 8:15 - 10:30 a.m.


Scheduled Immunization appointments are offered in the afternoon.


Scheduled Immunization appointments are offered in the morning.

What to Bring:

  • Please bring immunization record(s) at the time of your visit.
  • If you/your child have Medicaid, Medicare, or private insurance, please bring the current Medicaid, Medicare or insurance card.

TB Screening/TB Skin Test/TB T-Spot (blood test): 

  • TB Screening/TB Skin Test/TB T-Spot (blood test) are available each Monday during Immunization Clinic provided the next clinic day is not a holiday and a live vaccine has not been given during the previous 4 weeks.
  • If a TB Skin Test is administered you will be advised when to return.
  • PLEASE NOTE: There is a charge for this service. 

If you would like to receive immunizations from the Prince William Health District, you may fill out the appropriate paperwork beforehand and bring it with you to the clinic to expedite your visit.

Forms and Documents

HIPAA Privacy Notice:

HIPAA Privacy Notice in English Notificación de Prácticas de Privacidad

Immunization Screening Questionnaire:

Immunization Screening Questionnaire / Información de Registro

CHS-1A Consent for Health Care:

English   Spanish

Tuberculin Skin Testing (PPD) Registration Information

TB PPD Registration Information English  /  TB PPD Registration Information Spanish

Overseas Travel

At this time Prince William Health District is not conducting Overseas Travel Clinic Services.  For a list of local travel vaccine providers, please consult the Virginia Department of Health International Travel web site at  Search by clicking on the first letter of the county in which you live.

For destination specific information about vaccines, medications, travel advisories, and for other travel related guidance, visit the CDC Traveler’s Health site at . 

Consult your health care provider for guidance if you have any medical conditions or concerns prior to visiting a travel clinic.

Pediatric Primary Care

The Pediatric Primary Care Project provides primary medical care for the uninsured children of Prince William County, Manassas, and Manassas Park. The children enrolled in the project receive access to continuous, comprehensive medical care.


  • Families not eligible for FAMIS/FAMIS PLUS that cannot afford medical insurance
  • Children from birth to 18 years of age
  • Families that meet income eligibility

Services Provided:

  • Medical homes for the children of the working uninsured
  • Parent Education Classes
  • Case Management
  • Home Visits
  • Links to Community Resources
  • Access to medical specialists


Prince William Pediatric Primary Care Project
Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center
2300 Opitz Boulevard
Woodbridge, Virginia 22191

For additional information, please call:  703-244-7310

Plan First Insurance Program

What is Plan First?
Plan First is a program that helps to cover medical costs of family planning services, sexually transmitted infection testing, periodic office visits and reproductive health education for men and women. If you are eligible for the program, you will be able to access these services for free.

 Who is eligible for Plan First?

Any man or women who:

  • Is between the ages of 19 and 55
  • Is a resident of Virginia
  • Is a citizen or alien
  • Has an income less than or equal to 200% of the federal poverty level*

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 *If you are under 21 years old and living with your parents, the full household’s income will be taken into account. If you are under 21 years old and living outside of your family’s home, parent income will not affect your eligibility.

 What services are covered by Plan First?

  • Annual family planning exams
  • Cervical cancer screening for women
  • Sexually transmitted infection testing
  • Lab services for family planning and STI testing
  • Education and counseling on family planning, STIs and preconception health
  • Sterilization procedures (extra consent form for procedure must be signed at least 30 days before the surgery is performed)
  • Most Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved prescription or over-the-counter contraceptives
  • Emergency Contraception

  What services are NOT covered by Plan First?

  • Performance of, counseling for or recommendations of abortions
  • Infertility treatments
  • Performance of a hysterectomy or partial hysterectomy
  • Follow up services to a family planning visit
  • Repeat PAPs due to abnormal results
  • Annual exams if they are not performed within the family planning visit
  • Primary care services
  • Services which do not have an approved billing code available at

How to enroll in Plan First:

  1. Apply faster online at
  2. Plan First

For more information about Medicaid, FAMIS, and Plan First visit

Get help with this application - Call Cover Virginia at 1-855-242-8282

Bring in/send the completed, signed and dated application to the Prince William County Department of Social Services in Manassas (7987 Ashton Ave., Suite 200, Manassas, VA 20109) or Woodbridge (15941 Donald Curtis Drive, Suite 180, Woodbridge, VA 22191).

Contact the Department of Medical Assistance Services:


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Last Updated: 08-20-2015

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