Who is PrEP for?

PrEP is for anyone that wants to prevent HIV, and is easy as taking one pill once a day. Discuss your options with one of our TelePrEP providers.

Am I at risk for HIV?

  • I have sex with multiple partners or people I don't know.
  • I use condoms only sometimes or not at all.
  • I have had a sexually transmitted infection (STI) in the last 12 months.
  • I inject drugs or have sexual partners who inject drugs.
  • I have a sexual partner(s) who is a man who has sex with men.
  • I have a sexual partner(s) who is living with HIV and who does not consistently take their medication or see their doctor. (Did you know people living with HIV who are on effective treatment cannot transmit the virus to sexual partners? Learn more.)

Black and Latina women, including cis and trans women, as well as Black and Latino men who have sex with men have a higher chance of being exposed to HIV. PrEP can reduce the risk of getting HIV if you are exposed.

Get Started with TelePrEP
Let’s Talk PrEP

1-855-400-7737 (PrEP)

Get Ready for your TelePrEP Appointment

Get Prep

  • You will use MyChart to check in to your TelePrEP appointment on your smart phone, tablet, or computer with a camera.
  • Check in at least 15 minutes before your appointment to update your personal information.
  • If you are using a mobile phone, you will need to download the MyChart app and the Zoom app. If you are using a computer, go directly to MyChart to begin your appointment.
  • One of our clinical pharmacists will discuss your past medical and sexual history, and talk about PrEP.
  • Next, one of our doctors or nurse practitioners will address your questions regarding PrEP.

  • In order to access TelePrEP from your phone, you will need to download two apps before your appointment:


    iPhone | Google Play


    iPhone | Google Play

    Get PrEP Paid For

    When you schedule your appointment, you’ll speak with one of our PrEP Health Navigators. They can enroll you in programs that help cover the cost of medication, TelePrEP visits, and labs. Most Ohioans can get PrEP for free through a program called PAPI.