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This site contains HIV prevention messages that may not be appropriate for all audiences.

If you are seeking information about Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP), which is a medication provided on an emergency basis to prevent HIV after exposure.  You must get the medication into your system within 72 hours after exposure for it to work.  The closer you get the medication to the time of exposure, the more effective it is.  We provide PEP medication and navigation services.  Call us IMMEDIATELY if you have had an exposure to HIV.

Types of exposure: accidental needle stick, condom breaks, unprotected sex with someone who is HIV+ and you are unaware of their viral load, sex with someone of an unknown HIV status, or you are the victim of a sexual assault.  Please call us IMMEDIATELY!   928-776-4612 

If you are seeking information about Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP), which is medication taken on an ongoing basis to reduce the risk of contracting HIV, please contact Northland Cares at 928-776-4612 for a

free consultation.

You can also CLICK HERE to locate your closest PrEP provider.

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