An HIV negative test result is the first step in accessing prevention services. For clients who are vulnerable to HIV infection, it is crucial that providers link them to prevention services, including pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). For clients who choose not to engage with PrEP services, there are other HIV prevention services that they can be referred to, such as risk reduction counseling or mental health services, to name a few.
The following resources can help health care providers link patients to PrEP and/or other prevention services
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