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Your Body Needs You

PrEP is a daily pill for HIV-negative people. It protects you in case you are exposed to HIV in the future. 

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PrEP Basics

PrEP is a once-daily pill for HIV-negative people that protects against HIV. It is more than 90% effective in preventing HIV if taken every day. It’s under your control, and you can use with or without a partner’s knowledge.

Is PrEP Right for You?

Take our quick and easy questionnaire to see if PrEP could be the right decision for you. 

Contact Us

For questions about PrEP, call or text one of our Prevention Case Managers.

Manhattan/Bronx: 347-346-1396 Brooklyn: 917-692-2071

"PrEP is like a promise to your body."

"HIV is more common than you realize. A lot of people aren't going to tell you their status, and some have HIV but don't know it. I think if you're single and sexually active, you could benefit from PrEP. I've been taking PrEP for over a year now."

"PrEP makes me feel safe and protected."

"With my survival in mind, I decided to take PrEP for me. At first I was nervous to start taking PrEP pills. But my body got used to it and now I feel great. I'm protecting myself against HIV and I'm feeling free."

"I consider PrEP self-care."

"People sometimes think about HIV as something that only affects gay men, but that's not true. To take care of myself, I got tested for STDs and got started on PrEP. It was easier to get than I expected and my doctor explained how the costs could be covered. I now have more peace of mind."

Who We Are

Project Street Beat provides confidential, non-judgmental services to people of all genders. Our services are available regardless of immigration status or ability to pay. We work with individuals who are living with or at risk for HIV or who have chronic health conditions. 


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