The Marshall-Harrison County Health District provides condoms free of charge for individuals in Marshall and Harrison County. Anyone interested in receiving free condoms can visit the clinic at 805 Lindsey Drive during normal operating hours. No appointment is necessary. Individuals can simply request condoms at the front reception desk.

“As part of our Sexually Transmitted Infections prevention program, we provide condoms at no charge for our community with no questions asked and no paperwork required,” states MHCHD Executive Director Jennifer Hancock, RN, BSN. “This is a service we provide in a very discreet manner. Some individuals ask for condoms while others just ask for a ‘brown bag.’ Our staff members know what they mean.”

Each bag includes a variety of male condoms in an assortment of sizes, lubricant, as well as educational materials.

“Our community’s sexual health is very important to us. Along with prevention, our services include testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections such as Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, and Syphilis. We also test for HIV,” explains Hancock.

For more information about testing and treatment provided by the Marshall-Harrison County Health District, call 903-938-8338.