Services Provided (On-Site):

  • All Birth Control Methods (IUD's, Implant Nexplanon, Depo Injection, Patches, Condoms, Birth Control Pills, Vaginal Rings)
  • Pregnancy Testing & Confirmation - Same Day Visit Results And Proof Of Pregnancy Form For Medicaid Office
  • Cervical Cancer Screening (Pap Smear)
  • Routine Mammograms & Diagnostic Mammograms
  • Breast Cancer Screening (Mammogram)
  • Urinary Tract Infection Testing & Treatment
  • Hypertension (Blood Pressure) Screening & Treatment
  • Prostate Cancer Screening
  • STD’s Testing & Medications
  • Physical Exam / Wellness Exam
  • Immunizations (Meningitis, HPV, Flu, Hep B., Etc.)
  • Diabetes Screening & Treatment
  • Cholesterol Screening & Treatment
  • On-Site Pharmacy
  • On-Site Eligibility Screening
  • On-Site Lab Testing & Services For Same Day Visit With Results
  • Sports Physicals - For Students And Kids – Bring Your Forms And We’ll Help You Out! Staying Healthy Means Being Active And Playing Sports Is One Way To Do That


PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL FAMILY
PLANNING CLINICS



We Are Taking New Clients!!

We accept Medicaid, Healthy Texas Women And ALL Insurances

ALL Others Served Based On Family Size And Annual Income For FREE or LOW-COST SERVICES


Family Planning Clinic - Sites & Services Info Flyer

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What To Bring To Your Visit:

IF you don’t have insurance, can’t afford services, can’t afford your insurance deductible, have insurance but need confidential services, we can still help you out based on your family size and annual income!

We apply you for grants so you don’t have to pay if you qualify. We will provide you with family planning services on the same you come to the clinic - so you don’t have to wait for an exam or birth control method. Bring the following items to your visit IF you have them available and want to know whether you qualify for FREE services: a state issued ID or Driver’s License or other form of ID; proof of income - check stub (within past 60 days) or WIC voucher / child’s Medicaid Info / food stamp award letter; and a birth certificate only if you weren’t born in Texas