Marshall-Harrison County Health District has a wide network of resources to help you get the exact care you deserve.

WIC information

WIC provides nutrition programs for pregnant or breastfeeding women with children younger than 5.

Texas COVID-19 Surveillance

See the latest updates on COVID-19 in Texas

more about Sexually Transmitted Diseases

See the CDC’s best recommendations

    • Get STD Testing: STDs don’t always have symptoms. Testing is crucial to prevent its spread.
    • Practice Abstinence: Not having sex is the most reliable way not to contract or transmit STDs.
    • Talk to Your Partner: Be open with your partner about your sexual history so you can both stay safe.
    • Use Condoms: Condoms are highly effective in stopping STD transmission. We provide free condoms to anyone.
    • Mutual Monogamy: Being sexually active with only one person is a reliable way to avoid STDs.
    • Get Vaccinated: Vaccines like hepatitis B and HPV are proven to help prevent the spread of STDs.

Disease Reporting for Providers

Report diseases in Harrison County here

CDC’s Recommended Adult Schedule

Adult Immunization Schedule – Healthcare Providers | CDC

CDC’s Recommended Child and Adolescent Vaccine Schedule

Birth to 6 Years Old
7-18 Years Old