Can you tell me how far along I am?

At your pregnancy test appointment, we will make an estimate based on your last menstrual period. An ultrasound nurse can accurately determine how far along you are if you qualify for one of our free sonograms.

How soon after my last period can I take a pregnancy test?

For the most accurate results, we recommend waiting 4 weeks from the first day of your last period. If you’re feeling anxious and don’t want to wait, or if you need to talk to someone right away, you are always welcome to come in. If your results are inconclusive, we can schedule you for a follow-up test in a week or two. As always, all visits and services are free of charge.

Can I bring my partner with me?
Yes! We encourage partners to be involved. At your first appointment, you will start with a pregnancy test. After this, there will be an opportunity for your partner to join you.
Can I bring my children with me?
We are not able to provide childcare at this time.  In general, you can have a more relaxed visit if you don’t bring children with you, but we know this may not be possible.  If you need to, you are welcome to bring your children and keep them with you during your appointment or leave them with a support person in the waiting area.
What will happen at my first appointment?
Your first appointment will include a urine pregnancy test and an opportunity to talk with one of our consultants about your specific situation and needs.  From here, we can connect you to the services and community resources that will be most helpful to you.
What is the cost?

All of our services are 100% free. This means we will never charge you or your insurance. Check out our services page to see what we offer.

Do I need an appointment?

Walk-ins are welcome during our office hours (arrive at least 30 minutes before closing time).  We recommend an appointment so that we can set aside that time just for you.

Do you offer urine or blood pregnancy tests?
We offer medical grade urine pregnancy tests. Even if you want or need a blood test, you are welcome to start with our free urine test and talk through other resources we may be able to offer you.
My home pregnancy test is negative, but I’m having pregnancy symptoms.
You can start with a pregnancy test at our office. If your test here is negative, we can help you find where to go next.
I need to sign up for pregnancy Medicaid. Where should I start?

Start with a pregnancy test at our office.  If your test is positive, we can give you the pregnancy test verification form you need to start your Medicaid application.

What do I need to bring with me?

Just a photo ID.  Have questions about your ID?  Give us a call.

How long will my appointment take?
Plan at least 30 minutes for your appointment. If you’re in a hurry, we will respect your time limits, but we offer as much time as you need.
Do you provide STD or STI testing?
We do not provide STD/STI testing, but you can give us a call for referrals to local low-cost testing.
Will my information be kept confidential?
Yes. We respect you and your personal information. All Marshall PRC staff and volunteers will hold in strict confidence all the information you provide. There are some rare exceptions when information is required by law or needed to protect you or others.









We do not perform or refer for abortions.

Our Location

404 University Ave
Marshall, TX 75671

Office Hours

​Monday         CLOSED
Tuesday        9 am - 5 pm
Wednesday  CLOSED
Thursday       9 am - 5 pm
​Fri-Sun           CLOSED

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