The original site for PrEP consumers, frontline providers and clinicians


CDC PrEP Basics

This page from the CDC answers some of the most common questions about PrEP. You can also download materials to share or watch videos on the benefits of PrEP.

Figuring out how PrEP fits into your life

From Project Inform: Jonathan recently broke up from a long-term monogamous relationship. He's been a little depressed but he's also chatting online and dating quite a bit. Condoms aren't always used. Listen to Jonathan talk about how PrEP has helped ease his mind as he's working through this new stage in his life.

General information on using PrEP

This video from Project Inform presents general information about PrEP and how the pill can protect you from getting HIV.

Greater Than HIV: PrEP FAQs

Greater Than HIV answers frequently asked questions about PrEP, HIV testing, and treatment. Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis

This page from describes PrEP, its role in preventing HIV infection, and information on providers and insurance coverage.

Making the decision with your doctor to use PrEP

From Project Inform: Marcus is just starting out on his own. Here, Marcus talks about not always using a condom and why PrEP may be right for him because he wonders if he can trust what the other guy says about his status.

NCATEC: A Brief Introduction to PrEP

This informative video presented by Christopher Hurt, MD explains the basics of PrEP.

PrEP Facts: Introduction & FAQ

From the San Francisco AIDS Foundation: Learn more about Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) and how this HIV prevention strategy may be useful for you or someone you know.

Using PrEP in relationships with HIV-positive men

Alejandro has been with his partner for several years. They're a mixed status couple ... one HIV-negative, the other positive. In this video, Alejandro describes some of the things he and his partner thought about when they were deciding whether or not to use PrEP.

What is PrEP?

This video from the PrEP REP Project was made to provide an illustration of HIV infection and how PrEP generally works to prevent it, and why “once a day” dosing is recommended.