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Resources

If you think you may have been exposed to HIV in the past 72 hours, go immediately to a clinic or emergency department and ask for PEP— “Post-exposure Prophylaxis”. If started right away, emergency PEP can stop HIV. Click here or call the NYC PEP Hotline (844-3-PEPNYC) to find NYC clinics with experience providing PEP. You can also call the Hotline - any time, day or night - to get started on PEP right away.
If you are HIV-negative and regularly have sex without condoms, ask your doctor about PrEP—“Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis”—a daily pill that helps you stay HIV-negative. Click here to find a list of clinics in NYC with experience providing PrEP.

To find a free and confidential HIV test in New York City:

To get a free or low-cost, confidential test for other sexually transmitted infections in New York City:

To find LGBTQ-knowledgeable health care providers in New York City:

In New York City, it is illegal to discriminate on the basis of a person’s sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression in public accommodations, including in health care settings.

If you believe you have been mistreated or denied care or services because of your sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression, you can file a complaint with the City’s Commission on Human Rights by calling 718-722-3131. You can also call 311 or file a complaint online
 
Survey is closed! To find a free and confidential HIV test in New York City: • Text TESTNYC to 877877 • Call 311 • Or, visit one of the clinics listed here To get a free or low-cost, confidential test for other sexually transmitted infections in New York City: • Visit one of the clinics listed here Important information If you think you may have been exposed to HIV in the past 72 hours, go immediately to a clinic or emergency department and ask for PEP—“Post-exposure Prophylaxis”. If started right away, emergency PEP can stop HIV. Click here or call the NYC PEP Hotline (844-3-PEPNYC) to find NYC clinics with experience providing PEP. You can also call the Hotline - any time, day or night - to get started on PEP right away. If you are HIV-negative and regularly have sex without condoms, ask your doctor about PrEP—“Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis”—a daily pill that can protect you from HIV if taken every day. Click here to find NYC clinics with experience providing PrEP. If you are HIV-positive and need to connect to care, text CARE to 877877. You can also visit this website for more information about HIV care and living with HIV. If you have any questions, email us at htgiveaway@health.nyc.gov.