Local PREP& PEP in the United States and Canada

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PREP) and Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) are groundbreaking interventions in the fight against HIV/AIDS. At Bcare, we’re excited to announce our upcoming project dedicated to implementing and promoting Local PREP & PEP initiatives in the United States and Canada.

What is PREP & PEP?

    • PREP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis): PREP is a daily medication regimen taken by HIV-negative individuals to significantly reduce their risk of contracting HIV. It’s a powerful tool in HIV prevention, offering a proactive approach to staying HIV-free.

    • PEP (Post-Exposure Prophylaxis): PEP involves taking antiretroviral medications within 72 hours of potential exposure to HIV to prevent infection. It’s a critical intervention for individuals who may have been exposed to HIV through sexual contact, injection drug use, or other means.

Our Project Goals

We aim to increase awareness and knowledge about PREP & PEP among communities, healthcare providers, and key stakeholders. Through educational campaigns, workshops, and outreach efforts, we will empower individuals to make informed decisions about their sexual health.

We’re committed to ensuring that PREP & PEP medications are accessible and affordable to all who need them. We will work with healthcare providers, insurance companies, and policymakers to remove barriers to access and advocate for equitable distribution of these life-saving medications.

  1. We recognize the importance of community involvement in the success of PREP & PEP initiatives. We will collaborate with community organizations, advocacy groups, and grassroots activists to amplify our message, reach underserved populations, and address specific needs and concerns within different communities.

We will provide support and resources to individuals seeking PREP & PEP services, including assistance with navigation, enrollment, adherence support, and linkage to other essential healthcare and social services.