PleasePrEPMe.org receives national PrEP provider data from the CDC’s National Prevention Information Network (NPIN). All new directory submissions should be submitted to the NPIN directory.
NPIN data does not include information on telemedicine providers. A listing of currently available online provider options can be found at Online Providers.
All updates to the directory, including new submissions, should be directed to https://npin.cdc.gov/preplocator. Detailed instructions on how to update a listing can be found on our Directory Updates page.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or concerns about listings, including clinic-specific feedback.
PleasePrEPMe.org launched June 11, 2015, as a searchable, location-responsive PrEP provider directory for California. This launch included California PrEP providers from regional directories: DHSP/UCLA LAC PATH-PrEP Collaboration, HIVE’s Bay Area PrEP Provider Directory, Kelly R. Walsh, MS and the California Collaborative Treatment Group (CCTG), and San Francisco City Clinic.
California-based providers added to PleasePrEPMe through March 2018 were identified by the California State Office of AIDS, located by PleasePrEPMe staff, or submitted by providers themselves. PleasePrEPMe clinic submissions were vetted by the PleasePrEPMe directory coordinator before publishing.
PleasePrEPMe partnered with Emory University at the inception of the national PrEP Provider directory at PrEPLocator.org, actively collaborating to share data. In March 2018, Emory transferred the PrEPLocator database to NPIN.