Possible HIV exposure?
Post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) is an emergency medication that must be started within 72 hours AFTER a possible exposure to HIV. The sooner you start taking PEP, the better. To make an appointment for PEP, please call (408)792-3720 or visit your closest urgent care or emergency department.
Harm Reduction Program
Syringe access and disposal | Opioid overdose prevention (naloxone and fentanyl test strip kits with training) | Alternatives to injecting (supplies for snorting, smoking and booty bumping) | Condoms and other safer sex supplies | General hygiene supplies | STI, HIV and hepatitis C testing and treatment
Call (408) 792-5529 or email [email protected] for more information.
It is the mission of the Santa Clara County HIV Commission to create an effective, compassionate and comprehensive system of HIV prevention and care services for people living with HIV and AIDS in Santa Clara County. The HIV Commission serves as a designated alternative to an HIV health services planning council pursuant to the Public Health Services Act for the receipt of Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program grant funds.