State and Local Coronavirus Resources

COVID-19 Testing Sites in-or-near the 29th Congressional District

Testing Sites In-or-Near the Texas 29th Congressional District

Houston Health Department


The Houston Health Department offers free drive-thru testing at two mega sites in Houston, located at Delmar Stadium and Butler Stadium. Each site is open Monday-Saturday from 8 AM to 3 PM or until reaching daily capacity of 650 tests.

People wanting to get tested at Delmar Stadium, 2020 Mangum Rd, can call the department’s COVID-19 Call Center at 832-393-4220 between 7 AM to 4 PM to receive an access code.

Butler Stadium, 13755 S Main St, no longer requires an access code, commonly referred to as an appointment. 

The department will also open its mobile unit for drive-thru testing August 7-8 at the Consulado General de El Salvador, 8300 Bissonnett St. The site doesn’t require appointments and is open from 10 AM to 3 PM or until reaching the daily capacity of 250.

Harris County Public Health

Harris County Public Health operates two community-based testing sites at Pridgeon Stadium and San Jacinto Central College. You can call 832-927-7575 to get scheduled for testing. Free testing is available regardless of citizenship status and for those who are uninsured. For more information please visit the Harris County Public Health website.

Texas Division of Emergency Management

The Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) has three open drive-thru test sites: 

  • Crump Stadium:, 12321 High Star Dr, Houston, TX
  • HCC-Northeast Campus: 555 Community College Dr, Houston, TX
  • HCC – South Campus: 1990 Airport Blvd, Houston, TX

TDEM sites require appointments, available by calling 844-778-2455 or visiting txcovidtest.org.


TDEM will also operate a walk-up site that doesn’t require appointments at the Merfish Teen Center, 9000 S Rice Ave, weekdays from 8 AM to 4 PM.

United Memorial Medical Center

United Memorial Medical Center (UMMC) will offer weekday testing at drive-thru test sites at Mt. Hebron Baptist Church, 7817 Calhoun Rd., Plaza Americas Mall, 7500 Bellaire Blvd., Houston Community College-Southeast, 6815 Rustic, and Houston Community College-Felix Fraga, 301 N. Drennan St. The sites don’t require appointments and offer testing from 8 AM to 3 PM or until reaching daily capacity of 250 tests.

Other UMMC sites opening weekdays from 8 AM to 3 PM are:
  • UMMC Tidwell: 510 W Tidwell Rd, Houston, TX 9 AM - 4 PM
  • Forest Brook Middle School: 7525 Tidwell Rd, Houston, TX 10 AM - 5 PM
  • Cullen Middle School: 6900 Scott St, Houston, TX 10 AM - 5 PM
  • Griggs School: 801 Regional Park Dr, Houston TX 10 AM - 5 PM
For more information about UMMC testing sites can call 1-866-333-COVID or visit ummcscreening.com.  

Ibn Sina Foundation
The Iba Sina Foundation offers free tests with rapid results at two of its clinics, 5012 N. Shepherd Dr. and 11226 S. Wilcrest Dr.

Appointments for the Shepherd location are available by calling 832-426-3760 and appointments for the Wilcrest location are available at 281-495-7462.

Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs)

Call the numbers listed to set up an appointment:
  • HOPE Clinic: 713-773-0803
  • Community Health Network - Scarsdale Family Health Center: 281-824-1480
  • Spring Branch Community Health Center: 713-462-6565
  • El Centro de Corazon: 713-660-1880
  • Avenue 360 Health and Wellness: 713-426-0027
  • Lone Star Circle of Care at the University of Houston: 346-348-1200
  • Pasadena Health Center (908 Southmore, #100, Pasadena, TX): 713-554-1091
  • Vecino Health Centers have two clinics in the district: Here are the clinics:
    • ​Denver Harbor Family Clinic: 424 Hahlo St, Houston TX; Phone: 713-674-3326
    • Airline Children's Clinic: 5808 Airline Dr., Houston TX; Phone: 713-695-4013
  • Legacy Community Health has testing available at its 15 clinics in the Houston area. Here are the clinics in and around the district:
    • Santa Clara: 5616 Lawndale St., STE A108, Houston, TX, 77023; Phone: 713-921-0075
    • Deer Park Center St: 3430 Center St. Deer Park, TX, 77536; Phone: 281-629-2040
    • San Jacinto: 4301 Garth, Suite 400, Baytown, TX, 77521; Phone: 281-420-8400
    • Lyons: 3811 Lyons Ave. Houston, TX, 77020; Phone: 832-548-5482
      Scarsdale Family Health Center: 281-824-1480.
FQHC patients pay what they can afford, based on income and family size, and are not denied services due to inability to pay or lack of insurance.

Walgreens

Walgreens is operating 2 free testing sites in the Houston area. One site is in Pasadena: Call 800-WALGREENS or 800-925-4733 for more information.
  • Walgreens: 101 W Southmore Ave, Pasadena, TX 77502
  • Walgreens: 4531 Westheimer Rd, Houston, TX, 77082
To see if you qualify for a test and schedule an appointment, visit the Walgreens COVID-19 website and follow the steps below:
  • Complete the screening questionnaire.
  • If you’re eligible for testing, a lab order request will be sent to PWNHealth on your behalf and you’ll receive an email with next steps.
  • You’ll go to the testing location and follow instructions to remain in your vehicle with the window rolled up.
  • You will perform the test using a nasal swab. A Walgreens pharmacist will be there to instruct you.
  • Your test results and contact information will be sent to PWNHealth.
  • You’ll receive your results from PWNHealth within 24 hours.
CVS

COVID testing available at the following CVS locations:
  • 26265 Northwest Freeway, Cypress, TX 77433
  • 12550 Louetta Road, Cypress, TX 77429
  • 15010 Memorial Drive, Houston, TX 77079
  • 1003 Richmond Avenue, Houston, TX 77006
  • 5402 Westheimer Road, Houston, TX 77056
  • 2469 Bay Area, Houston, TX 77058
  • 5002 West Main Street, League City, TX 77573
  • 2232 Repsdorph Road, Seabrook, TX 77586
  • 25110 Grogans Mill Road, Spring, TX 77380
  • 8754 Spring Cypress Road, Spring, TX 77379
  • 2950 North Dowlen Road, Beaumont, TX 77706
  • 1000 Elgin Street, Houston, TX 77004
  • 6079 State Highway 6 North, Houston, TX 77084
  • 5610 Spencer Highway, Pasadena, TX 77505
  • 12601 Tomball Parkway, Houston, TX 77086
  • 11600 FM 1960 West, Houston, TX 77065
  • 5510 West Orem Drive, Houston, TX 77045
  • 5430 Bissonnet Street, Bellaire, TX 77081
  • 3923 Garth Road, Baytown, TX 77521
  • 19715 Tomball Parkway, Houston, TX 77070
  • 4150 North Shepherd Street, Houston, TX 77018
  • 5725 N. Eldridge Parkway, Houston, TX 77041
  • 2828 Spear Road, Houston, TX 77067
  • 4451 West Fuqua Road, Houston, TX 77045
  • 2326 61st Street, Galveston, TX 77551
  • 12502 Memorial Drive, Houston, TX 77024
To qualify, consumers must meet the CDC criteria for symptoms and register online at CVS.com. Testing will be covered by insurance accepted at CVS Health, and uninsured patients will not be charged.

Walmart Testing sites at select Walmart stores

These are all drive-thru sites and there are no out of pocket costs. An appointment is required. To sign up for an appointment at an eTrueNorth lab site, visit their website at DoINeedaCOVID19test.com. To sign up for an appointment at a Quest Diagnostic lab site, visit MyQuestCOVIDTest.com.
  • 1710 Broadway St., Pearland, TX 77581, eTrueNorth
  • 10505 Broadway St, Pearland, TX 77583, eTrueNorth
  • 5655 E Sam Houston Pkwy N, Houston, TX 77015, eTrueNorth
  • 9235 N Sam Houston Pkwy E, Humble TX, 77396, eTrueNorth
  • 12312 Will Clayton Parkway, Humble, 77346, Quest Diagnostics
  • 111 Yale St, Houston, TX 77007, eTrueNorth
  • 24809 Aldine Westfield Road, Spring, TX 77373, Quest Diagnostics
  • 1025 Sawdust Rd, Spring, TX 77380, eTrueNorth
  • 12353 FM 1960 Rd W, Houston, TX 77065, eTrueNorth
  • 11425 Barker Cypress Road, Cypress, TX 77433, Quest Diagnostics
  • 20903 Highland Knolls Drive, Katy, TX 77450, Quest Diagnostics
  • 3506 Highway 6 S, Houston, TX 77082, eTrueNorth
  • 11242 S Gessner Dr, Houston, TX 77071, Quest Diagnostics
  • 9700 Hillcroft St, Houston, TX 77096, Quest Diagnostics
  • 20310 US 59, New Caney, TX 77357, eTrueNorth

Map of Harris County and DSHS Testing Sites 

Map of City of Houston Testing Sites

Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

CDC is one of the major operating components of the Department of Health and Human Services. CDC works 24/7 to protect America from health, safety and security threats, both foreign and in the U.S. Whether diseases start at home or abroad, are chronic or acute, curable or preventable, human error or deliberate attack, CDC fights disease and supports communities and citizens to do the same. The CDC is working around the clock to offer the general public timely information about how the ever-evolving coronavirus outbreak.

For more information visit: www.cdc.gov/coronavirus

1-800-CDC-INFO (1-800-232-4636)

Find a Health Center (Health Resources and Services Administration)

Health centers are an important component of the national response to the coronavirus pandemic. Please note, that your local health center may or may not currentl have COVID-19 testing capabilities (e.g., access to tests and/or access to adequate personal protective equipment). Call your nearest health center or health department to discover their availability for COVID-19 screening and testing. Also, it may be possible that many school-based health centers may not be operating because of school closings and local mandates.

Health Centers can assess whether a patient needs further testing, which may be done over the phone or using telehealth services. Individuals may also receive primary health care services at their local health center at a reduced cost or free of charge depending on their economic status. Please use the Find a Health Center Map below to find the health center nearest to you adn your family.

Texas Department of State Health Services

For questions about COVID‑19, dial 2‑1‑1, then choose Option 6.
Hours: 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m., 7 days per week

For information on confirmed cases, symptoms, older adult care, travel, business, and more please visit: Texas Department of State Health Services

Texas Association of Community Health Centers

The Texas Association of Community Health Centers, Inc. (TACHC) is a private, non-profit membership association that represents Texas safety-net health care providers. TACHC is the federally-designated primary care association for the state of Texas and includes community health centers, federally-designated migrant, public housing and homeless health care centers, health center networks and other providers who strive to meet the health care needs of the uninsured and underserved. Members operate in urban, rural and frontier areas of Texas. Use the Find a Community Health Center tool below to find the center closest to you and your family.

Harris County Public Health

Harris County has developed coronavirus informational toolkits for different sectors of the community, including faith-based organizations, businesses, food-service workers, senior centers, first responders, school/childcare, and the general public.

For more information please visit: Harris County Public Health

If you do not have a health provider and would like to talk to a nurse, please call the Harris County Public Heath 832-927-7575 (open everyday from 9:00am to 7:00pm Houston TIme).

Harris County Public Health has also launched an online self-assessment tool you can you to determine if you need to speak with a doctor or be tested in person for coronavirus. Patients who have coronavirus symptoms, including cough, fever and difficulty breathing, are asked to complete this online-self assessment before visiting the hospital.

For more information visit: COVID-19 Online Assessment Tool

Harris Health System

If you need medical assistance you can call the Ask-My-Nurse Hotline at 713-634-1110 (open everyday from 9:00am to 7:00pm Houston time). You can call this line regardless of your immigration statuts or whether you have health insurance. This hotline can help callers in both English and Spanish.

Houston Health Department

The Houston Health Department is regularly updating it's website with information on the number of reported cases in the city, communications flyers in over ten languages, CDC guidance, rumor control, guidance for workplaces and businesses, and other useful resoruces as the city continues to navigate this public health threat. 

For more information visit: HoustonEmergency.org

The Houston Health Department also has a COVID-19 Resources page for a list of city departments, community groups, and businesses that both offer assistance to the public and provide an opportunity for residents to assist with COVID-19 response.

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