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To Celebrate Acceptance, Health & Provide Access to PrEP

Did you know the same drug that treats HIV can also reduce your chances of getting HIV? PrEP is a daily pill that helps stop HIV in its tracks and prevents the virus from spreading. PrEP is most effective when taken consistently every day and is not as effective if not taken properly. Let’s stop HIV together with PrEP. Watch this short video
Are you PrEP'd?

1 in 7 living with HIV are unaware of their infection.

According to a CDC analysis, an estimated 38,000 new HIV infections still occur in the United States each year. These infections can be prevented.

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)

PrEP is a daily pill that helps prevent getting HIV from sex by 99% when taken daily. Among people who inject drugs, PrEP reduces the risk of getting HIV by at least 74% when taken daily, but is much less effective when it is not taken consistently. PrEP can work to stop HIV from establishing an infection. Learn More about prep

Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP)

If you may have been exposed to HIV, PEP can help stop the virus. PEP is an antiretroviral medication that prevents infection in an HIV-negative person that has been exposed. PEP is for emergency use and must be started within 72 hours of a possible exposure -and continued for 4 weeks- to be effective. Learn More about pep

Source: Center for Disease Control (CDC)

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Reduced risk of HIV
In 4 people living with HIV in the US are women.
Prep is most effective when taken 7 days a week.
Follow up with your Dr. every 3 months.

Reduced risk of HIV by 99%

1 in 4 people living with HIV in the United States is a woman

PrEP should be taken 7 days a week

1 pill should be taken daily

Follow up with your Dr. every 3 months

Frequently asked

Is PrEP Right For Me?

PrEP might be right for you if you answer YES to these questions.

Please Contact Us for more information: 929-293-5948

Question 1

In the past year, did you: Use stimulants, poppers, cocaine, meth, ecstasy or GHB?

Question 2

In the past year, did you: Have a sexually transmitted infection (STI) such as gonorrhea or syphilis?

Question 3

Are you having sex with more than one person?

Question 4

In the past year, did you: Take emergency post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) to prevent HIV?

Question 5

Do you have a spouse/partner/significant other, that is HIV positive?

what we do

Our Services

We’re here to serve our surrounding communities with the best access to healthcare and testing.

We’re always on a mission to serve our communities and successfully conduct over 360 HIV tests annually
We provide rapid testing and get our patients in and out (with results) in 90 min. We also now offer free HIV home testing kits. Please text us for more information 929-293-5948
We hold outreach programs, community involvement and host events throughout the year.
We are supported by Local & National Institutions.


How It Works

We now have Telehealth options available.

01. Call or Text Us

Contact us during business hours to learn more about how we can help you or your loved ones gain access to PrEP. We also take walk-ins.

02. Getting Tested

Schedule a visit with one of our doctors and based on your information and lab results we can get you started on PrEP. 

03. Get PrEP'd

We believe that everybody should have access to PrEP. If PrEP is right for you, we will help you find the best option to help you cover the cost. If you have no insurance we can help you.

04. Free Swag Bag

You’ll receive a FREE swag bag after you have successfully enrolled in the program.

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