Read the CDC overview PrEP basics for more information.
How can I get PrEP?
- If you have health insurance and have a healthcare provider, talk to your doctor to find out if PrEP is for you.
- If you have health insurance and need to find a PrEP provider, visit PleasePrEPme.org to find a provider near you.
- If you do not have health insurance, contact Santa Clara County PrEP Navigation Services line for assistance at (408) 792-3750 or at HIVPrevention@phd.sccgov.org.
- If you have any questions, contact Santa Clara County PrEP Navigation Services line for assistance at (408) 792-3750 or at HIVPrevention@phd.sccgov.org. We are always glad to assist you during regular working hours.
We offer free and confidential services including:
- PrEP/PEP counseling and navigation services
- Support to start PrEP
- Linkage to a primary care provider if needed
- Assistance in accessing programs that help cover the cost of medication partially or in full
PrEP/PEP Navigation Services is located within the Crane Center
What is PEP?
Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) is an HIV prevention option that should be used only in emergency situations. PEP must be started within 72 hours after a recent possible exposure to HIV. If you think you have been exposed to HIV in the last 72 hours, go to the nearest Urgent Care facility or Emergency Room for assistance.
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