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PrEP & PEP to Prevent HIV


When taken daily, PrEP reduces the risk of getting HIV from sex by 99% and from injection drug use by 70%. PrEP is easy to take and most experience minimal side effects.

Please note that PrEP only protects against HIV and not other STIs. That's why it's important to use other forms of protection like condoms.

Who Should Take PrEP?

The CDC says you should take PrEP if any of following apply to you:
  • You're in an ongoing sexual relationship with an HIV positive partner.
  • You're not in a mutually monogamous relationship with a partner who has been recently tested.
  • You're a man who's had unprotected anal sex with another man or you have been diagnosed with an STI in the past 6 months.
  • You’ve injected drugs in the last 6 months or plan to in the future, especially with shared needles or works.
  • Regardless of gender or sex, you do not regularly use a condom with partners whose status is unknown and your partner has risk factors for potential HIV exposure (basically, if any of the above apply to your partner, you should consider PrEP).

Why PrEP with The Project

  • Full service PrEP clinic with on-site lab and pharmacy
  • Services including lab fees and medication are provided at no cost to the client
  • Virtual and in-person appointments available at your convenience

I Want to Learn More

We're glad you're interested in PrEP at The Project! Check out our blog "7 Common Questions About PrEP" to learn more or schedule a FREE consult with our PrEP nurse to discuss the medication. You can also learn more about PrEP from the CDC.

Questions? Submit our online contact us form or call 309-762-5433. To speak with a pharmacist about PrEP, please call 309-581-2016.


If you think you've recently been exposed to HIV during sex, through sharing needles and works, or because you’ve been sexually assaulted, you may schedule an appointment with The Project or talk to your health care provider about PEP right away. PEP is a 4-week treatment proven to be hightly effective in stopping HIV transmission.

Who Should Take PEP?

PEP should be taken within 72-hours of suspected exposure for maximum effective in preventing HIV transmission. The sooner PEP is started after a suspected exposure, the more effective it is.

PEP services are typically FREE or very low cost. To schedule, call 309-762-5433.

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