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MOM Vaccines

is a non-profit organization founded in 1993 dedicated to providing educational information on the subject of vaccinations and to protecting and supporting individual/parental rights to make vaccine decisions in Michigan.





Why Oppose Vaccines?
We donít oppose vaccines - we oppose mandatory vaccines. While the distinction may sound subtle, it points to the core of our concern - that all citizens should have the right to make their own health care choices. Michigan is one of only 17 states that continue to support the right of parents and individuals to make their own vaccination choices, though that right is under constant attack.


Benefits of Membership
For just $15 a year youíll receive our newsletter (published three times a year), be kept informed of important legislation, support educational efforts about the vaccine issue, receive a list of doctors who respect your right not to use vaccines (upon request), and be part of a support network of individuals who want to make informed healthcare decisions. Most importantly, you will be ensuring that you will keep the right to make vaccine decisions in Michigan!

To join today, please download and complete our M.O.M. Membership Form and mail or fax it to us. We will be happy to process your membership.

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Michigan Opposing Mandatory Vaccines (M.O.M.) is a non-profit organization founded in 1993 dedicated to providing educational information on the subject of vaccinations and to protecting and supporting individual/parental rights to make vaccine decisions in Michigan.

Our Board of Directors, comprised mostly of healthcare professionals, recognize and respect individual/parental rights. M.O.M. is not anti-vaccine. We believe an individual should not be forced to vaccinate. Parents have the ultimate right and responsibility to make healthcare decisions for their children.