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PrEP can reduce the risk of getting HIV. It is available as pills or a monthly injection (Apretude). Our clinics offer both options to qualifying residents.
Frequently Asked Questions about PrEP and PEP
Questions asked by our patients.
FAQs: English | Español
PrEP Side Effects
Compare the benefits and side effects of different kinds of PrEP.
Table: English | Español
Injectable PrEP (Apretude)
What is Apretude? English | Español
Apretude Calendar English | Español
Apretude Aftercare Sheet English | Español
What You Should Know About Apretude English
PrEP Options 211
Compare daily PrEP to PrEP on demand (before and after sex).
Guide: English | Español
What Is The TelePrEP/PEP Program? What to Expect
Guide: English | Español
PrEP and PEP can reduce the risk of getting HIV BEFORE (PrEP) or AFTER (PEP) HIV exposure.
Compare the differences in PrEP and PEP
Flyer: English | Español
How to get PrEP/PEP in our Public Health Clinic
Flyer: English | Español
DoxyPEP to Prevent STI's
DoxyPEP can reduce the risk of getting syphilis and chlamydia. It is a single dose of the antibiotic doxycycline, taken after sex.
DoxyPEP for STIs Prevention
Guide: English | Español
Naloxone (Narcan)
Naloxone is a life-saving medication that quickly reverses an opioid overdose when given right away.
Naxolone (Narcan) Saves Lives!
Guide: English | Español
Webpage: English
Fentanyl Test Strips
Fentanyl test strips can show if drugs contain fentanyl. They can help prevent an opioid overdose.
Test strips can help prevent overdose
Guide: English | Español
Webpage: English
COVID-19 Medications
COVID-19 medications are available! This material provides you with information on our COVID-19 Telehealth service.
COVID-19 Medication and Free Telehealth Service
Telehealth flyer: English | Español
Webpage: English | Español
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