HIV prevention is for everyone. When it comes to deciding what actions to take, you have options – for yourself, with your intimate partners, and as a community.

There are many ways you can be part of the prevention community.


For yourself:

Remind yourself that you are worth it.

There is still a lot of stigma against HIV prevention in communities, in families and sometimes in ourselves. Taking care of our health is something both we and the people we care about need to support.

Get tested.

The first step in HIV prevention is knowing your status. If you are negative, there are a number of options you can take to maintain that status. And if you are living with HIV, you can get connected to care.

Talk to a healthcare provider about the HIV prevention options that are best for you.

If you don’t have a provider or you don’t feel comfortable talking to your current provider, you can use the resources below:


Me in You, You in Me campaign outreach is centered on five communities – Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Ft. Lauderdale/Miami, and New Orleans – with high rates of both new HIV diagnoses and of people living with HIV. We cross-referenced these areas with specific populations that have historically been disconnected from care and prevention options to narrow our focus and ensure that the campaign reaches those who need it most. Below are the cities and zip codes that serve as our current areas of focus, as well as prevention resources available to those who live there. If you are not located in one of these communities or are but prefer to seek services elsewhere, please use this prevention services locator.

Information gives your power. Explore the resources below to connect with a healthcare provider and learn more about your HIV prevention options.

If you are an organization providing HIV prevention services in one of these zip codes but are not listed, please contact to request to be added.

Note: Inclusion of facilities on this list does not imply a referral, recommendation, or endorsement by ViiV Healthcare. ViiV Healthcare shall in no event be liable to you or to anyone for any decision made or action taken by you based on this information. Facilities included on this list have not endorsed ViiV Healthcare or any of its products, in exchange for inclusion. The listed organizations are responsible for compliance with state and federal laws regulating site referrals, such as anti-kickback laws, the Stark Law, or state professional practice restrictions. This list is current as of May 2023.

  • Atlanta

    Atlanta Harm Reduction Coalition Incorporated
    1231 Joseph E. Boone Blvd NW,
    Atlanta, GA 30314
    Phone: (404) 817-9994

    Internal Medicine Specialists of Atlanta PC
    1800 Howell Mill Rd., Ste. 175
    Atlanta, GA 30318
    Phone: (404) 607-1777

    Family Healthcare of Atlanta PC
    1935 Howell Mill Rd NW
    Atlanta, GA 30318
    Phone: (404) 355-2000

  • Chicago

    UI Health
    7037 S. Stony Island Ave.
    Chicago, IL 60649
    Phone: (312) 996-2000

    Access Community Health Network at Gary Comer Youth Center
    7200 S. Ingleside Ave.
    Chicago, IL 60619
    Phone: (773) 324-6942

  • Dallas

    Resource Center of Dallas
    LGBTQIA+ Health
    2701 Reagan St.
    Dallas, TX 75219
    Phone: (214) 540-4492

    Nelson-Tebedo Clinic
    4012 Cedar Springs Rd
    Dallas, TX 75219
    Phone: 214-528-2336

    Texas Health Action
    Kind Clinic
    3802 Cedar Springs Road
    Dallas, TX 75219
    (Inside Walgreens)
    Phone: (833) 937-5463

    MD Progressive Care
    3500 Oak Lawn Ave. Suite 700
    Dallas, TX 75219
    Phone: (214) 521-0100

    Steven M Pounders MD PLLC
    3500 Oak Lawn Ave UNIT 600
    Dallas, TX 75219
    Phone: (214) 520-8833

    Abounding Prosperity (Mobile units)
    1705 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive
    Dallas, TX 75219
    Phone: 214-421-4802

  • Miami

    1521 Alton Rd #463
    Miami Beach, FL 33139
    Phone: (747) 999-6249

    Miami Beach Community Health Center
    Stanley C. Myers Center
    710 Alton Road
    Miami Beach, Florida 33139
    Phone (305) 538-8835

    Care Resource Community Health Centers
    Midtown Miami location
    3510 Biscayne Blvd.
    Miami, FL 33137
    Phone: (305) 576-1234

    Miami Beach location
    1680 Michigan Ave. Ste. 912
    Miami Beach, FL 33139
    Phone: (305) 534-0503

    CAN Community Health
    427 Washington Avenue
    Miami Beach, FL 33139
    Phone: (305) 514-0813

    Borinquen Medical Center
    3601 Federal Highway
    Miami, Florida 33137
    Phone: (786) 476-1005

    Care 4 U Management Incorporated
    4690 NW 7th Avenue
    Miami, Florida 33127
    Phone: (305) 835-0101

    CVS MinuteClinic
    306 Lincoln Rd
    Miami Beach, FL 33139
    Phone: (866) 389-2727

    AHF Healthcare Center - Biscayne
    2400 Biscayne Boulevard
    Miami, FL 33137

  • New Orleans

    Tulane Total Health Clinic
    711 N Broad St.
    New Orleans, LA 70119
    Phone: (504) 988-3002

    3308 Tulane Ave
    New Orleans, LA 70119
    Phone: (504) 821-2601

    University Medical Center | LCMC Health
    2000 Canal St
    New Orleans, LA 70112
    Phone: (504) 702-5382

    Access Health Louisiana | Primary Care at the Pythian
    234 Loyola Ave
    New Orleans, LA 70112
    Phone: (504) 226-2976

    Louisiana Department of Health
    1450 Poydras St.
    New Orleans, LA 70112
    Phone: (504) 568-7474

    DePaul Community Health Centers
    100 Warrington Dr.
    New Orleans, LA 70112
    Phone: (504) 282-0089

    Hope Community Health Center
    701 Loyola Ave
    New Orleans, LA 70113
    Phone: (504) 503-0878

With your partners:

Know your options.

In addition to condoms and effective HIV treatment (which makes a person living with HIV undetectable and unable to pass HIV to their sexual partners), there is also PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) – a medication that prevents acquisition of HIV. There are currently two forms of PrEP available: a daily oral pill and a long-acting injectable. 

Talk openly about HIV prevention options.

Before sex with a new partner, talk about your HIV statuses and prevention options. 

With your community:

Normalize conversations about HIV:

The more we talk about prevention openly, with the correct information and with love - the more easily it will be accepted. We can all do that. In our conversations with friends and with family. On our platforms and to ourselves. It might seem like a little thing, but normalizing who we are, who we love and how we move has changed so much for so many.

Be an advocate for your community and family health:

Help others connect to the correct information around prep. Create spaces where taking care of health is a priority. Push back on negative or harmful stereotypes and bias.

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