Empowering Your Health: Understanding PrEP and HIV Prevention

Pre-exposure Prophylaxis, or PrEP, is a powerful tool in the fight against HIV. By taking one pill every day, PrEP can significantly reduce the risk of HIV transmission, giving you peace of mind and control over your health. Prevention is key, and alongside PrEP, we advocate for comprehensive strategies to protect our community.

How Does PrEP Keep You Safe?

PrEP works by maintaining a certain level of medication in your body, which is effective at blocking HIV if exposure occurs. When taken consistently, PrEP has been shown to reduce the risk of HIV infection by up to 99% in some studies.

Is PrEP Right for You?

PrEP is recommended for individuals who are at higher risk of HIV exposure. This includes people with an HIV-positive partner, those who do not consistently use condoms, and individuals who share needles or equipment to inject drugs. Talk to a healthcare provider to assess if PrEP is a suitable option for you.


Find PrEP Services Near You

Locating a PrEP provider is the first step towards protection. Our directory connects you with local clinics and healthcare professionals who can guide you through the process of starting PrEP. If cost is a concern, we can help you navigate through various assistance programs that make PrEP affordable.

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