Increasing awareness of PrEP among young Latino men and establishing PrEP as a highly effective way to protect against HIV.
Highlighting the importance of people living with HIV starting and maintaining treatment.
Encouraging medical providers to learn more about PrEP and how beneficial it can be to their patients at risk for HIV.
The Public Health Department provides PrEP navigation services, free HIV and Hepatitis C testing, condoms, and lubricants. It also offers low-cost services for the screening and treatment of sexually transmitted infections.
For more information, visit GetTestedSCC.org or call (408) 792-3720.
A local provider/funder/advocate, offering a variety of services to low-income Santa Clara County residents living with HIV/AIDS, including (but not limited to) medical and non-medical management, care coordination, and food assistance.
Call (408) 961-9850, fax (408) 961-9856, or email AIDSServices@healthtrust.org.
The Circle of Care HIV/AIDS Support Program offers free support to anyone impacted by HIV, including weekly groups conducted in English and Spanish.
Call (408) 243-0222 for more information and registration.
The AACI HIV Outreach, Prevention, and Education (HOPE) Program provides PrEP navigation services, free HIV Rapid Testing, Counseling and Referrals, in addition to different outreach activities, to the community in Santa Clara County.
Contact their main office at (408) 975-2730 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
They offer free HIV Rapid Testing; anonymous and confidential results are available.
938 The Alameda, San Jose, CA 95126 | (408) 293-3040
This website has a location-based searchable PrEP provider directory to make it easier for people to gain access to the medication. Simply enter your zip code for a list of nearby providers and their contact information.
Visit the CDC’s PrEP resources page to access infographics, videos, fact sheets, reports, and other educational materials about PrEP, including resources for health care providers.