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

Welcome! This page contains resources created by PrEP for (cis and trans) 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 Women

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

Resources for Clinicians

  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)

 

Resources for Advocates

  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.