PrEP for U.S. Women: A collection of resources

Welcome! This page contains resources created by PrEP for women advocates nationwide. To view the resources that are specifically for trans women, please visit hiveonline.org/prep4transwomen. New resources will be added as they become available. Have suggestions for resources? Let us know! Email Yamini: yamini@hiveonline.org

Resources for You

Printable Information on PrEP & Web Resources

  1. Is PrEP Right for Me? by HIVE
  2. Preventing HIV During Pregnancy/Breastfeeding: Using PrEP and/or PEP
  3. Truvada for PrEP: A Medication Access Guide by Philadelphia FIGHT / Broadway Youth Center
  4. A New Option for Women for Safer Loving by Project Inform     [En Español]
  5. #20DaysToStart: Enhancing Women’s Health, Preventing HIV with a Daily Pill by Project Inform
  6. PrEP for Women Fact Sheets by The Well Project
  7. Would you Like to Become Pregnant in the Next Year? By MHPPPI
  8. PleasePrEPMe.org : PrEP for Women Palm Card
  9. PleasePrEPMe.org/Women
  10. PrEP: Woman-Controlled HIV Prevention palm card by HIVE
  11. Legendary Entertainer Dionne Warwick addressing PrEP and Black Women
  12. Age Is Not a Condom
  13. PrEP for Sex

En Español

  1. Folleto Iinformativo Sobre PrEP de Project Inform: Una nueva opción para que las mujeres amen de manera más segura
  2. ¿Es la PPrE adecuada para mi? De HIVE
  3. Mujeres, PrEP y salud sexual de Project Inform
  4. PrEP Para Mujeres de The Well Project

Social Media/Community Building

  1. Facebook Group: PrEP Facts: Women’s Sexuality & HIV Prevention
  2. HIVE blog: Share Your Story Campaign
  3. #PrEP4Love
  4. #PrEPforHer

Find a Provider

  1. PleasePrEPMe.org
  2. PrEPLocator.org

Clinical Resources

  1. CDC: US PrEP Clinical Practice Guidelines
  2. Clinician Consultation Center: PrEPline
  3. SEICUS: PrEP Toolkit for Youth-Serving PCPs
  4. The Well Project: PrEP in Practice: Considerations for HIV Prevention Among Women of Color
  5. HIVE: Integrating PrEP for HIV Prevention into Women’s Health Care
  6. HIVE: PrEP Provider Pocket Card
  7. HIVE: Resources for PrEP Implementation
  8. MHPPPI

Training Resources

  1. U.S. Women & PrEP Working Group’s PrEP for Women 101 + Guide
  2. MHPPPI: Training on Prevention + Pregnancy
  3. National CBA Provider Network (free technical assistance)

 

Advocacy Resources

  1. U.S Women Women & PrEP Working Group: An Advocacy Community for and by U.S. Women
  2. Facebook Group: PrEP Facts: Women’s Sexuality & HIV Prevention
  3. HIVE’s Resources for PrEP Implementation
  4. Hangouts with HIVE: PrEP for Women & the Female Condom Campaign; Safer Conception; Where’s My PrEP
  5. National Female Condom Coalition
  6. PrEP Watch: A Clearinghouse for PrEP Information
  7. IRMA: International Rectal Microbicide Advocates
  8. PrEP Access Advocates: Listserv of PrEP Advocates from around the U.S. To join, email avac@avac.org
  9. PrEPForHer.com – Washington DC’s campaign targeted at the 25-45 African-American female population
  10. 30 for 30 Campaign Position Statement

 

In the Media

  1. The Body: Celebrating HIV Prevention Choices for Women and Receptive Sex Partners of All Genders by Anna Forbes
  2. Poz: There’s Never Been a Better Time to Get Pregnant If One of You Has HIV by Ben Ryan
  3. Huffington Post: Trusting Women, Shared Decision-Making & The Possibility Of PrEP by Shannon Weber & Dr. Dominika Seidman
  4. Huffington Post: PrEP For Her: Bringing Women Into The HIV Prevention Conversation by Mehroz Baig
  5. Huffington Post: Uptake of PrEP Among U.S. Women: Knowledge Is Power by Shannon Weber, Anna Forbes & the U.S. Women & PrEP Working group
  6. Women’s Health Mag: There’s a Drug That Prevents HIV—So Why Don’t More Women Know About It? By Kristina Marusic
  7. Huffington Post: Making PrEP Possible for Women by Shannon Weber, Jessica Terlikowski & Dr. Dominika Seidman
  8. Black Lives Matter: What’s PrEP Got to Do with It?  by the Black AIDS Institute

Created in collaboration with AIDS Foundation of Chicago, Project Inform, Midwest HIV Prevention & Pregnancy Planning Initiative and U.S. Women & PrEP Working Group.