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For any questions regarding services listed on this page, please call the Harrison-Clarksburg Health Department at (304)623-9308.


Our immunization clinic provides routine immunizations for newborn, early childhood, school age, and adult immunizations. Harrison-Clarksburg Health Department is a Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program Provider. Children, 18 years of age and under, are screened for VFC eligibility. If they meet the guidelines for eligibility, vaccines will be given at no cost. An administration fee may apply.
Most insurances are accepted. Individuals must have their insurance card(s) available at the time of registration. For adults without health insurance, vaccines are made available at a reduced cost. Rabies and Travel vaccines are offered. Call for availability and cost. Flu vaccines are available for those 6 months and older. High dose flu shots are available for those 65 and older.
Our immunization Clinic is available every Tuesday from 9: am-11:00 am and 1:00 pm-3:00 pm. Appointments are preferred. If under 18 years of age, you must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian with appropriate documentation. You must bring a copy of your immunization records.


Childcare, School, & College Requirements 


Adolescent Immunization Schedule

Adult Immunization Schedule

Family Planning

The Family Planning clinic provides examinations, counseling, contraceptive educations, and other family planning and related preventative services.
This clinic provides a complete physical examination for both females and males.
Several methods of contraception are offered. The birth control pill, Depo Provera shot, Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC’s), and condoms are only a few of the methods available.
Pregnancy testing, counceling, and referrals are offered. Emergency contraception is available for those women who have had unprotected intercourse within the last 72 hours.
These services are provided free to those who qualify.
The Family Planning clinic is offered every Thursday by appointment only

Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening

The West Virginia Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program (WVBCCSP) provides early detection, screening, and referral services for breast and cervical cancers with special emphasis on women of low income, minorities, women with disabilities, older women, and women who partner with women.
Women who are uninsured or underinsured can access breast and cervical cancer screening services such as pap smears, breast exams, and referrals for free mammograms.

There is no charge for this program. This program is available on Thursdays by appointment only.
Breast and Cervical Cancer Resources

HIV Testing and Counseling

AIDS prevention is provided through health education, risk reduction promotion, and resource distribution for people at risk. This service is free and CONFIDENTIAL to anyone. There are no age restrictions and testing is provided at no charge. Appointments are encouraged.


CDC Information on HIV


HAPI Project services focus on the health and wellbeing of the mother during and after pregnancy. The program also includes resources for infants, children, and fathers. Services provided by caring, supportive nurses, social workers, and dedicated car coordinators.



Prenatal services:

  • Oral health/dental services
  • Health behaviors screening and a free Sonicare® toothbrush
  • Depression screening
  • Domestic violence Screening
  • Breastfeeding education and support



For Mom:

  • Health insurance screening and access to preventative care
  • Breastfeeding education and support
  • Reproductive life planning
  • Life goal setting
  • Postpartum depression screening
  • Access to medical and mental Health Services
  • Child development screenings
  • Infant oral health education and referral
  • Parenting support

All services are connected to the Right From the Start Program and are provided at the same time by the same designated care coordinator.


(866) 738-HAPI

TB Screening and Control

TB (Tuberculosis) screening, testing, and treatment is available every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday other than legal holidays, from 8:30am-3:30pm. If a TB skin test is administered, you must return within 48 to 72 hours to have the test evaluated.
A parent must accompany a minor under 18 years of age. A legal guardian with documentation is also acceptable. A minimal fee may apply.


TB Resources

Pregnancy Testing

The Harrison Clarksburg Health Department offers pregnancy testing, referrals, and counseling.  Appointments preferred.


Emergency contraception is available for women who have had unprotected intercourse within the last 72 hours and do not desire pregnancy.


Sexually Transmitted Disease Testing and Treatment

The STD clinic is offered by appointment This includes specific lab testing for chlamydia, gonorrhea, Hepatitis B & C, HIV and syphilis. All testing, results, and counseling are free and confidential. Free medications for the treatment of an STD are available.

Blood Pressure Screening

Blood pressure evaluation is available daily.

Infectious and Communicable Disease Program

Infectious and Communicable Disease Resources:


WV Division of Infectious Disease Epidemiology


Reportable Disease Chart


Right From the Start

The Right From the Start Program provides health services for pregnant women and infants less than one year of age. Assistance with your medical care will be provided if you have a current, active Medicaid Card or Medical coverage through the Office of Maternal Child and Family Health. Please call 304-623-9308 for more information. 


Other services you may receive include:

  • Classes in childbirth
  • Smoking cessation
  • Parenting classes, which include health eating habits for you and your baby
  • Transportation to medical appointments- obtained through the Access to Rural Transportation (ART)

Lead Poisoning Prevention

Protecting children from exposure to lead is important to lifelong good health. No safe blood lead level in children has been identified. Even low levels of lead in blood have been shown to affect learning, ability to pay attention, and academic achievement. For more information, click the links below.

Free Blood Lead Screening

Protecting Children From Lead

Childhood Lead Poisoning Resources (CDC)

Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention ( WV DHHR)

WV DHHR Lead Program