Monday HIV Support Group
Creating a safe space for people living with HIV, where they get to discuss topics related to health & personal experiences.
Social group for Spanish-speaking people that enjoy meeting new folx & conversing about life, relationships & safer sex practices in their own language.
HIV support group created for people of color that have various struggles when fighting different layers of stigma.
Social group that meets once a month to bring together GBTQI+ Identified folx by creating panels, presentations, parties, presentations and special events.
Get connected to the Contra Costa County PrEP Navigator- Contact Christian: 925-692-0090 ext. 701 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sexual Health Clinic Schedule
Every Tuesday at the Concord Health Center:
3052 Willow Pass Road Suite C, 2nd Floor
Every Wednesday in at the Pittsburg Health Center:
2311 Loveridge Road Clinic E, 1st Floor
Every Thursday in San Pablo at the West County Health Center: 13601 San Pablo Ave. Clinic 1, 1st Floor
Appointments are available from 5:30-8:30pm.
For assistance making appointments, call: 1-800-479-9664 (M-F, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm)
Services include screening and treatment for STIs, STI prevention services, including HIV PrEP, reproductive and women’s health. Medi-Cal, Contra Costa Health Plan, and Family PACT are accepted. Call Patient Financial Counseling to ask about your insurance eligibility: 1-800-771-4270
PleasePrEPMe.org (regional PrEP locator) - https://www.pleaseprepme.org/
Nationwide PrEP Locator - https://preplocator.org/
NIH Resources for PrEP Navigation - https://aids.nlm.nih.gov/topic/2153/prep-navigation-resources/2251/resources-for-prep-navigators
Please PrEP Me’s PrEP Navigation Manual - https://www.pleaseprepme.org/prepnavigatormanual
PrEP Assistance Program/PrEP-AP - https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DOA/Pages/OA_adap_benefits_prepAP.aspx
Black Women & PrEP - https://blackaids.org/news-and-events/black-women-prep/
HIVE PrEP for Trans Women - https://hiveonline.org/for-you/transgender/
HIV PrEP for Trans Men - https://hiveonline.org/for-you/transmen/
HIVE Health Disparities - https://hiveonline.org/health-equity/
HIVE Women with Trauma - https://hiveonline.org/beyond-compassion/
PPM Provider Resources - https://pleaseprepme.org/provider-resources
Clinical Consultation Network PrEP Guidelines & Resources - https://nccc.ucsf.edu/clinical-resources/prep-guidelines-and-resources/
CDC PrEP Clinical Guidelines - https://www.cdc.gov/hiv/pdf/risk/prep/cdc-hiv-prep-guidelines-2017.pdf
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis or prEP is a medication that an HIV negative person can take to prevent HIV infection. The medication is called Truvada (Tenofovir and Emtricitabine) and if taken once a day, it can reduce the risk of HIV infection from sex by more than 90% and from injection drug use by more than 70%. Most health insurance companies cover Truvada including Medi-Cal and Medicare. Patients may need to pay a copay for the medication and may be eligible for co-pay assistance.