Cameron County Public Health strives to promote the health and well-being of all of our Cameron County residents. The Clinical Services Program operates in four public health clinics across Cameron County in Brownsville, Harlingen, San Benito and Port Isabel.
The following services are provided to eligible Cameron County residents at minimal to no cost:
- Family Planning
- Immunizations for Children & Adults
- Maternal & Child Health
- Sexually Transmitted Diseases Prevention & Treatment
- Tuberculosis Elimination
Cameron County residents can check eligibility and/or request services by calling our program at (956) 247-3685.
Harlingen Public Health Center – (956) 423-3516
711 N. “L” St. Harlingen, Texas 78550
San Benito Public Health Clinic – (956) 361-8244
1390 W. Expressway 83 San Benito, Texas 78586
Mary P. Lucio Health Center – (956) 574-8745 1204
Jose Colunga, Jr. Dr. Brownsville, Texas 78521
Father Joseph O’Brien Health Clinic – (956) 943-1300
142 Champion Drive Port Isabel, Texas 78578
Title X Family Planning services play a critical role in ensuring access to a broad range of family planning and preventive health services for men and women of reproductive age of Cameron County.
- Pregnancy Planning
- Contraceptive Education & Counseling
- Pregnancy Testing & Counseling
- Breast & Cervical Cancer Screenings
- Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) Testing & Treatment
- Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Testing
- STD/HIV Prevention Education
Sexually Transmitted Disease Program
The mission of the Sexually Transmitted Disease Program is to prevent, treat, and/or control the spread of HIV, STD, and other communicable diseases to protect the health of the citizens of Cameron County. In keeping with this mission, we manage available resources so that we may: provide communicable disease education and information, collect, interpret, and distribute data related to HIV and STD and other communicable diseases services and provide medication and supplies to prevent, manage, and treat communicable diseases. In pursuit of this mission, we will make every effort to assure that the citizens of Cameron County receive quality services.
About Title X
Title X of the Public Health Services Act is a critical component of the nation’s public health infrastructure. It is the only federally funded program solely dedicated to providing reproductive healthcare to low income and uninsured women, men, and adolescents. Read More About Title X.
Cameron County Department of Health & Human Services receives Title X Family Planning funding from the Women’s Health and Family Planning Association of Texas. Learn more about WHFPT.
For Questions & Eligibility please contact our Main Office at (956) 247-3699.