How can we please PrEP you? Check out our list of resources for information and support to help you become a more PrEP-friendly provider. Our state-by-state resources pages also provide a wealth of local, accurate, inclusive, sex-positive PrEP info and tools for you and your patients.
If you are a California PrEP provider and want to add your location to our directory, fill out our form here.
Don't forget to check out our resources for Primary Care providers as well!
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Call the Clinician Consultation Center’s PrEPLine to talk to expert team of HIV clinicians.
PrEPline, 1-855-HIV-PrEP (1-855-448-7737)
The CCC Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Service
Monday – Friday
9 a.m. – 8 p.m. EST
- CDC’s PrEP Clinical Practice Guidelines.
- CDC's PrEP Clinical Practice Supplement (PrEP-Related ICD, CPT and LOINC codes are on p.9)
- CDC Newsroom: HIV prevention pill not reaching most Americans who could benefit – especially people of color
- PAETC’s HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP): A brief guide for providers
- WHO policy brief on pre-exposure prophylaxis for HIV
- NASTAD Billing and coding guide for HIV Prevention
- New York State recommended billing codes
- PrEP Education for Youth-Serving Primary Care Providers Toolkit
- NCSH's quick-reference sexual health pocket cards for providers:
- HIVE's PrEP toolkit for family planning providers
- Step-by-step checklist for PrEP providers from UNC
- Project Inform's cheat sheet on clinical trial data in support of PrEP
- Combination prevention counseling pocket card
- Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital provider PrEP essentials card
- Department of Veteran's Affairs PrEP resources page
- NYC Dept of Health PrEP Action Kit for patients and providers
- The Fenway Institute's glossary of terms for conducting respectful communication with LGBT people. Comes from Do Ask, Do Tell: A Toolkit for Collecting Data on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in Clinical Settings
- Med-IQ and Project Inform's PrEP Basics. Slides on a patient-centered approach to PrEP provision.
- Capacity Building Assistance (CBA) Provider Network is the CDC’s flagship program, providing high-impact HIV prevention capacity building assistance to individuals, communities and health departments throughout the country. Through this network, you have access to 21 CBA providers who can help you with information, training and technical assistance. Feel free to email your specific requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- AIDS Education and Training Centers
- Global Advisory Board (GAB) for Sexual Health and Wellbeing's Sexual Pleasure Training Toolkit. This is a long but informative guide to helping providers put a sex-positive framing on discussions about sexual health and rights with their clients.