HIV Support and Adult Programming
Men Living With HIV (1st Tuesday of the Month)
Creating a safe space for people living with HIV, where they get to discuss topics related to health & personal experiences.
Amigos (Primer lunes del mes / First Monday of the Month)
Grupo social para personas que hablan español que disfrutan conocer nuevos folx y conversar sobre la vida, las relaciones y las prácticas sexuales más seguras en su propio idioma.
Social group for Spanish-speaking people that enjoy meeting new folx & conversing about life,
relationships & safer sex practices in their own language.
Mocha (2nd Tuesday of the Month)
HIV support group created for people of color that have various struggles when fighting different layers of stigma.
Kickback! (3rd Tuesday of the Month)
Social group for Gay, Bisexual, Gender Non-Binary and/or Trans African American Men.
Social GuyZing (4th Friday of the Month)
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 Jorge: 925-692-0090 ext. 701 or email@example.com
What is PrEP?
PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) is a medicine people take to prevent getting HIV from sex or injection drug use.
When taken daily, PrEP is highly effective for preventing HIV.
PrEP is safe but some people experience side effects like diarrhea, nausea, headache, fatigue, and stomach pain. These side effects usually go away over time.
There are two medications approved for use as PrEP: Truvada and Descovy. Your doctor will help you decide which one is best for you.
Most insurance plans (public and private) cover the cost of PrEP.
If you do not have insurance, there are programs that provide PrEP for free
PrEP works for people of all gender identities and sexual orientations, youth, and people who inject drugs.
Click Here for more information about PrEP from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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
RYSE Youth Center: https://rysecenter.org/
East Bay Getting To Zero: https://www.ebgtz.org/
Family Justice Center: https://www.cocofamilyjustice.org/
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