HIV Prevention & PrEP
Some sexually transmitted infections are asymptomatic.
We can screen for the most common STIs.
BE (PrEP)ARED FOR
WHOEVER COMES YOUR WAY
Washington, D.C. is one of two cities where half of all new HIV diagnoses are located nationally. Because of this statistic, the D.C. area began the '90/90/90/50 Plan to End the HIV Epidemic in the District of Columbia by 2020,' which has made great strides to do as stated.
Although the number of newly infected people is decreasing, the virus disproportionately effects the African American, Latino and LGBTQ communities.
Research suggests, if you are a member of one of those demographics, the chances that you will come in contact with a sexual partner who is either knowingly or unknowingly infected with the HIV virus in the District of Columbia is highly likely.
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PrEP Is One Pill A Day That Is At Least 92% Effective At Preventing HIV
Reduces your chances of becoming HIV positive
Must be taken daily to be the most effective
Must have a prescription
PrEP Maybe Right For You Under The Following Circumstances:
IV Drug Use
Sex under the influence of drugs or alcohol
HIV positive partner
Sex with Unknown Status
For peace of mind, we recommend that you begin the process of HIV prevention through PrEP if you are sexually active, and especially if you have multiple partners or use intravenous drugs. To begin PrEP, you must be HIV negative. We will screen you for antibodies, and whether or not you are negative for HIV, we will continue to be your allies for treatment and wellness coaching.
More than 20,000 people across the
U.S are now on PrEP
Get Started On Prep Today!