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PrEP for HIV prevention

Planned Parenthood of Illinois offers PrEP HIV prevention services and counseling at all health centers across Illinois.

Getting to Zero Illinois

Planned Parenthood of Illinois is a part of the Getting to Zero Illinois campaign, which is a state-wide initiative to end the HIV epidemic in the state by 2030. 

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What is PrEP

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is a daily oral pill that reduces the risk of HIV infection. This medication is only effective if you are HIV-negative and take PrEP daily. 

Who is PrEP for?

PrEP is for anyone who is HIV-negative and at risk of contracting HIV from sexual activities or intravenous drug use. PrEP is especially recommended for those with a partner(s) with unknown STI status, an HIV-positive status, and/or individuals who do not regularly use condoms during sexual activities. 

How do I get PrEP?

Make an appointment online or by phone with your local Planned Parenthood health center. Your appointment will include a PrEP counseling session and a HIV test. 

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Is PrEP right for me?

This 60 second quiz can help you figure out if PrEP is right for you! Using the recent guidelines by the U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC), The Stigma Project has created this simple web survey to help determine whether or not PrEP is right for you.