PrEP is a daily pill for people who don't have HIV but are at high risk of getting it. Red Door prescribes medication that helps protect against HIV infection. This medication, along with condom use, safer sex counseling, and routine testing for sexually transmitted infections, can help reduce your risk of getting HIV. For more providers, view our interactive map of PrEP providers in the metro area. Select "individual provider locations" to get additional information.
For help picking an insurance plan for PrEP, visit NASTAD's PrEP Coverage Tool.
PEP is a pill for people who don't have HIV but may have been exposed to it within the last 72 hours. PEP appointments are available during regular clinic hours. The sooner you can come in the better, since PEP is most effective when taken closest to the time of exposure.
Some people who are HIV positive and on treatment are undetectable, which means their virus level is so low that it's highly unlikely they could transmit the virus to others. To date, there've been no cases of transmission among people who are undetectable.
Please call us at 612-543-5555 and press #1 if you are due for a refill on your PrEP medication. You'll speak with one of our clinic staff and be scheduled into clinic for any needed lab work.