PrEP is freedom.
I can be with anybody and I don't have to stress about getting HIV.
I'm in control with PrEP.
When I get with somebody I don't fear HIV.
I know I won't get HIV.
I have PrEP to keep me safe.
With PrEP I don't worry
about getting HIV.
This pill saves lives.
Taking PrEP means I'm protecting myself and my sexual partners from HIV.
It's a good feeling.
As a Trans woman I look out for myself and my community
PrEP is the power
to stay HIV negative.
Visit pop2block.org to connect with PrEP Navigators and local clinics (MetroHealth and University Hospitals) for help getting on PrEP.
There are many physicians across the MetroHealth System that are qualified and familiar with administering PrEP. In fact, they offer three PrEP-specific clinics:
Call their PrEP navigator to make an appointment today: 216-957-PrEP (7737).
PrEP can also be obtained through providers with Metro Health’s Pride Network. Call 216-957-4905 for a Pride appointment.
University Hospitals holds a PrEP clinic at the John T. Carey Special Immunology Unit. Other University Hospital physicians also offer PrEP within their practice.
For an appointment or more information call 216-286-7737 (PREP)