Staying on, stopping, and restarting PrEP

Staying on, stopping, and restarting PrEP

This post was co-written by The Project's Clinical Director, Becky Johnson, ARNP, and Prevention Specialist Noah Beacom. The following does not constitute medical advice. Contact your provider if you have questions. During the current COVID-19 pandemic, many people...

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Cómo conseguir la PrEP en el Project de Primary Health Care

¿Qué es el PrEP? Si no sabes mucho de el PrEP, esa palabra quiere decir “Profilaxis de prexposición”, que es una manera elegante de decir que el medicamento se usa para prevenir el VIH al protegerte antes de exponerte a él. Ahora hay dos medicamentos disponibles para...

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May is Hepatitis Awareness Month

In addition to our programming around HIV, we are committed to reducing new Hep C infections and treating those with HCV. Becky Johnson, ARNP and Leah Siegfried, PA-C specializes in Hep C treatment. Call the clinic at 515-248-1500 to schedule an appointment.

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Healthy Sex and Harm Reduction Supply Pickup

Healthy Sex and Harm Reduction Supply Pickup

1200 University Avenue, Des Moines, IA 50314 How does this work?All you need to do is fill out this form HERE to choose the items you need and we'll help with the rest! Why are we doing this?Access to resources is severely limited right now and some individuals cannot...

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