Are you social distancing but need to get tested for HIV? At-home HIV tests kits are now available at The Project. There are some eligibility requirements. Please call us to find out.
Dear Sisters and Brothers of all sexuality and genders- I am writing this and you are reading it during this very unusual and extraordinary time. Many of us are sheltering-in-place either alone or with members of our families, extended families or other friends and...
If you’re among the folks who have decided to not have sex for awhile, you might decide to stop taking PrEP, or might be curious about doing so. We’ve developed a quick guide to stopping and restarting PrEP.
The impact of COVID-19 on people with HIV is not known. The purpose of this resource is to answer questions about your health care and how to take care of your health. This is a rapidly evolving situation
Thinking about PrEP? Want to know how to get on PrEP? Here are some basic information you’ll need.
¿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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