PrEP Interest Omaha/Lincoln/Kearney
PrEP(pre-exposure prophylaxis) is a type of medication that people who are not currently living with HIV can take in order to reduce transmission of HIV. The Center for Disease Control states that PrEP reduces the risk of getting HIV from sex by about 99% when taken correctly, and reduces the risk of getting HIV through injection drug use by at least 74%. PrEP isn’t solely for one type of person; many people of various genders and sexual orientations have found PrEP to be an empowering and useful tool for their sexual health. Nebraska AIDS Project remains committed to it's fight against HIV, and is now a proud provider of PrEP. Please complete the below interest form if you are interested in learning more.
Do you have health insurance?
Please select times that would work best for NAP's PrEP Navigator to call and discuss our program with you (15-30 minute call, and a confirmation email will be sent including more information prior to the call):
Friday 11am- 1pm
Friday 1pm- 3pm
Any comments or concerns you would like addressed on, or before the call? (Optional)
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