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Ways to Prevent HIV

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Together, we are changing the future of HIV/AIDS.

  • If you are HIV-negative, PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) and PEP (Post-Exposure Prophylaxis) can help you stay that way along with regular HIV testing.    
  • If you test and your result comes back positive, we can provide support and medicine to help you live a long, healthy life.    
  • If you are HIV-positive, PrEP and PEP can help protect your partners.

Is it time to get tested?

HIV testing is easy, free, and confidential.

Find a place to get an HIV test

Heard about a daily pill to prevent HIV?

Protect yourself from HIV every day. PrEP is a daily pill that helps you stay HIV-negative.

Learn more about PrEP for HIV from our fact sheet

Call to get a PrEP for HIV appointment now

Attend a community seminar. To sign up or for location information contact Jesse Chavez by calling (303) 602-3631. 

  • August 23 – PrEP Forum @ It Takes a Village
  • August 29 – PrEP Forum @ Emily Griffith Technical College 
  • September 1 – College PrEP Forum @ Auraria Campus  
  • September 20 – College PrEP Forum @ MSUDenver Latino Welcome Week  
  • TBD in October @ HeyDenver 
  • October 6 - College PrEP Forum @ Community College of Aurora 
  • November 11 - PrEP Forum @ Denver Colorado AIDS Project
  • December 2 - College PrEP Forum @ University of Colorado at Colorado Springs 
  • December 1 - PrEP Info Table @ Tivoli Brewing Company for World AIDS Day 
  • TBD - College PrEP Forum @ Red Rocks Community College 
  • TBD - PrEP Forum @ Servicios de La Raza  
  • TBD – PrEP Forum @ Club Q (CO Springs)

Want peace of mind after a possible exposure to HIV?

Prevent HIV after exposure. PEP is an emergency medicine that can help stop HIV infection if taken within 72 hours after being exposed.

Learn more about PEP for HIV from our fact sheet

Call to find out where you can get PEP for HIV now

 **To get PEP for HIV during night and/or weekend hours, contact your primary care provider or seek care in a local emergency room or urgent care setting.