Call: (760) 323-2118
8am to 5pm Monday - Friday

Call: (760) 323-2118
8am to 5pm Mon - Fri

Get PrEPed and #PlayProud

Let’s have some fun.

Because that’s what PrEPnPLAY is all about —having the sex you want, and staying safe along the way. We’re here to celebrate queer love, and get the word out about PrEP. Just one pill a day helps prevent HIV and lets you get the most out of your sex life. So check out our videos: Real stories, told by real people, with real happy endings. Then take a look at our site. You’ll find all the info you need about PrEP and HIV prevention right here. 

Look —times have changed. The only thing that should be spreading in our community anymore is the truth: You can love whoever you want, however you want. And you can do it without fear. So what are you waiting for?

PrEP is a way for people who do not have HIV to prevent getting it by taking a daily pill.

Along with other prevention methods like condoms, PrEP can offer good protection against HIV if taken every day.

The DOCK offers PrEP Talks – a free one-on-one appointment to talk with a PrEP Navigator about this medication to prevent HIV. This service is open to the public, for anyone who’d like to talk in-depth about PrEP, get their questions answered, and get the facts.

PrEP is a medication that must be prescribed by a doctor. Prior to speaking to a medical provider, a PrEP Talk can answer your basic questions and provide the knowledge you need to decide your next step.

Take advantage of this free service by booking an appointment today.

Find out if you can get your meds for free:

  1. In order to get PrEP, you’ll need a prescription from a health care provider. So talk to yours to find out if PrEP is a safe option for you. If you’re uncomfortable discussing this with your provider you can contact one of our PrEP Navigators at 760-323-1999 and they will take care of you.
  2. You’ll have to take an HIV test before beginning PrEP to be sure you don’t already have HIV. Another HIV test is required every 3 months while you’re taking it, so you’ll have to visit your health care provider for regular follow-ups.
  3. The cost of PrEP is covered by many health insurance plans, and a medication assistance program provides free PrEP and co-pay support to people with limited income and no insurance.

Sexual Health Clinic - Palm Springs

1695 N. Sunrise Way Palm Springs, CA 92262

Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 4:30 AM (Closed for lunch from noon-1:00 PM)

Call 760-992-0492 to schedule an appointment.

To reach our after-hours answering service, please call (760) 323-2118.

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