Resources for you


PrEP resources for patients

PrEP, or pre-exposure prophylaxis, is a pill to help keep you HIV negative. When taken as prescribed, PrEP is highly effective. PrEP is safe and generally well tolerated. Most insurance plans (public and private) cover PrEP.

PrEP works for women, men, people of transgender experience, people of all sexual orientations and gender identities, youth, and people who inject drugs.

You can use PrEP alone or in combination with other prevention tools like condoms, PEP, and U=U to have the sex you want and reduce your chances of getting HIV!

PrEP works for all kinds of people! Anyone can use the resources listed on this page to get started with PrEP. You may also find info and resources tailored to your personal experience and priorities on these pages:  

➔ PrEP and women of transgender experience  

➔ PrEP and women  

➔ PrEP and youth

Are you a person who:

  • Worries about HIV?

  • Does not use condoms during sex with partners of unknown HIV status?

  • Recently had gonorrhea or syphilis?

  • Wants to have sex without condoms with a partner who has HIV?

  • Exchanges sex for money, food, housing, and/or drugs?

  • Injects drugs and shares needles?

These resources can help you understand PrEP and whether it’s right for you:

  • In-depth info on PrEP and sexual health

Search our PrEP provider directory by zip code to find a PrEP provider near you.

Online PrEP providers are also available in all 50 states.

A trained navigator can help you decide which option is right for you. Use the search function on our site to find a provider who also offers navigation assistance. 

Looking for local and regional PrEP info and tools for providers, navigators, and PrEP seekers? Check out our State Resources pages to find PrEP resources in your state.

Tools for remembering to take a daily pill: