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The Importance of STI Screening

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) are infections that are passed from one person to another through unprotected sexual contact. A person can be diagnosed regardless of their sexuality, race, or ethnicity. Know your STI status to ensure you and your partner(s) are staying safe and healthy.

What is PrEP & PEP?

Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is a virus that weakens the immune system. It’s most commonly transmitted through unprotected sex or by sharing drug injection equipment, such as needles or syringes.

“PrEP” is short for pre-exposure prophylaxis. And is the preventative process of taking prescribed medication to lessen the chances of becoming infected with HIV.

On the other hand, PEP stands for post-exposure prophylaxis and refers to the taking of prescribed medication after a potential HIV exposure.

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Get PrEP’d

You should be able to enjoy sex without the constant worry of HIV. Prevent HIV infection with the help of PrEP medication.

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Get PEP’d

Do you think you’ve been exposed to HIV? PEP medication can help! If you are HIV-negative and think you may have been recently exposed to HIV, get PEP treatment within 72 hours of exposure to reduce the likelihood of becoming infected with HIV.

I was sure I had hepatitis C and HIV because of my lifestyle but I was scared to get tested and what people would think. I talked to the VEN person who spent time explaining to me why it was good to get tested and how it could help me. I decided to get tested and found out I don’t have hep C or HIV at all. I can take steps now to make sure I stay healthy and don’t get hep C or HIV and I can call VEN anytime for help and for information.

Doug S.

Get to Know PrEP & PEP


As of 2021, over 38 million people in the world have HIV.*


20% of people living with HIV don't know they have it.*


PrEP reduces the risk of sex-related HIV by 99%.*


PEP is most effective when taken within 72 hours of a possible exposure.*

*This information is accurate as of August 2023.

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Whether you live near one of our clinics or not, you can receive the care you need. Through our convenient telemedicine appointments, you’ll be able to speak with an expert from the comfort of your home in a safe, discrete environment.

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