Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest


If you are at high risk of getting HIV,  you can take a medication regimen on an ongoing basis to reduce your risk of contracting the virus. 


After you are exposed, you can take a medication regimen within 72 hours of exposure to reduce your risk of getting HIV.

Rapid HIV Test

Visit one of our health centers to get a rapid HIV test. We swab the inside of your cheek and you get the results of the test within 20 minutes.

How do I pay for it?

PrEP and PEP are covered by most insurance plans, including Medi-Cal, Medicare, and private employer plans.

If you do not have insurance, ask about medication assistance programs to receive PrEP or PEP at low-to-no-cost for you.