How do I get PrEP?

Are you ready to start taking PrEP? Do you have questions about PrEP? You can meet with or contact a staff member at ACCKWA who will answer any questions you have and walk you through everything you need to know in order to begin taking PrEP. We will work with you to find out what funding options are available to you. Most patients pay $0 for PrEP!

You can be directly connected to a healthcare provider who will provide you with everything you need to get your prescription delivered to your door for FREE. Call 519-570-3687 and ask to speak to a staff member about PrEP. You can also drop-in to our Kitchener office at 5-1770 King Street East anytime during business hours to have a confidential conversation in-person: Monday to Friday, 9 am – 6 pm (closed 1 – 2 pm for lunch).

If you identify as a gay, bisexual or a man who has sex with other men, you can book a free and anonymous consultation appointment with a staff member in the Gay Men’s Sexual Health program through the link below:

We continue to refer individuals seeking PrEP to the resource that is most accessible and relevant to them. There is an in-person option available through our partnership with the Guelph Community Health Centre, as well as the online and app based options below.

Get PrEP prescribed virtually & delivered for FREE.

Get PrEP prescribed virtually or in-person at their Toronto clinic.

Get PrEP prescribed online or through their convenient app.

For more information regarding PrEP, text or call 519-635-2437 during business hours.

What are PrEP and PEP?

PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) is another option for HIV prevention that can be taken before a potential HIV exposure. You can learn more by visiting: The Sex You Want website, CATIE, or check out our PrEP Postcard here.

PEP (Post Exposure Prophylaxis) has been identified as an effective tool of HIV prevention if taken within 72 hours after a high risk exposure. To learn more, visit: