HIV and AIDS: Prevention and Treatment

Know your risk factors and treatment options to live a healthy, active life. Whether you’re interested in PrEP or other prevention measures or seeking treatment for an existing infection, your Jane Pauley Community Health Center provider can help! 

 

Rapid testing available on-site.

 

Call or text 463-209-8503 to make an appointment, regardless of insurance status or income.

 

HIV and AIDS: Prevention and Treatment

Know your risk factors and treatment options to live a healthy, active life. Whether you’re interested in PrEP or other prevention measures or seeking treatment for an existing infection, your Jane Pauley Community Health Center provider can help! 

 

Rapid testing available on-site.

 

Call or text 463-209-8503 to make an appointment, regardless of insurance status or income.

 

HIV and AIDS: Prevention and Treatment

Know your risk factors and treatment options to live a healthy, active life. Whether you’re interested in PrEP or other prevention measures or seeking treatment for an existing infection, your Jane Pauley Community Health Center provider can help! 

 

Rapid testing available on-site.

 

Call or text 463-209-8503 to make an appointment, regardless of insurance status or income.

 

1 in 8 People with HIV Don't Know They Have It

The only way to know your HIV status is to get tested.

Our health centers provide confidential HIV testing and preventative services.

 

Get tested once a year if you:

  • Have had anal or vaginal sex with someone who has HIV
  • Have had more than one sex partner since your last test
  • Don’t consistently use condoms
  • Are a man who has sex with other men
  • Have shared needles, syringes, other drug injection equipment
  • Have been diagnosed with another sexually transmitted disease

In the U.S., HIV is mainly spread by sexual contact or sharing injection equipment.

 

 

The risk of HIV transmission can be reduced by:

  • Using condoms
  • Not sharing injection equipment
  • Treatment as prevention: Undetectable = Untransmittable
  • Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)

 

 

Ask your JPCHC provider about PrEP and help paying for it.

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Is PrEP right for you?

PrEP stands for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis. If you don’t have HIV but are vulnerable to HIV infection , PrEP can help you stay free from HIV.

 

About PrEP:

  • PrEP is a daily pill that prevents HIV infection.
  • It’s also available as a shot given every other month.
  • When taken as prescribed, PrEP is 99% effective in preventing HIV from sexual contact.

Ask Your Provider if PrEP Can Help

Prep is right for anyone who is sexually active and prone to infection. It can help protect you if you don’t currently have HIV and ANY of the following apply.

  1. You have had anal or vaginal sex in the last six months and:

    • Have had more than one sex partner OR
    • Have not consistently used a condom OR
    • Have a sex partner with HIV OR
    • You have been diagnosed with another sexually transmitted disease

2. OR you inject drugs and share needles or other injection equipment.

Jane Pauley Community Health Center

Meet Lauren Wack, Your On-Site PrEP Navigator

Call Lauren directly: 317-552-0755

Help Paying for PrEP

If you’re not sure how to pay for PrEP or if your insurance covers it, we can help.


Fast Facts about Paying for PrEP:
  • Most commercial insurance covers PrEP
  • Most state Medicaid plans cover PrEP
  • There are many prescription assistance and co-pay assistance programs available
  • JPCHC has a low-cost Pharmacy that can fill your prescription

Other Health Services Available at JPCHC

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Primary Care

Well checks and preventative services, acute issues, chronic disease management and onsite lab services.

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Behavioral & Mental Health

Individual and group counseling, consultations and assessments.

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Dental Services

(2 Locations)

Routine cleanings, extractions, fillings & sealants

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Pediatrics

Well-child checks, vaccinations, sports physicals, preventative and acute care.

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OB/GYN

Women’s Health services; Prenatal, perinatal and postnatal care with onsite ultrasounds.

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Pharmacy

Affordable prescription services, specialty pharmacy services, and OTC medicines. Financial assistance available.

Frequently Asked Questions

We take Medicare, Medicaid and most commercial insurance. We are also here to support our uninsured patients.

You have the right to a Good Faith Estimate for non-emergency services scheduled. Be sure to request at least three business days before your appointment.

 

Send us a text, MyChart message or contact our billing directly at 317-934-0800 or billing@janepauleychc.org

Read more here.

We take Medicare, Medicaid and most commercial insurance. We are also here to support our uninsured patients.

 

You can get assistance from our Community Resource Navigators by calling 317-934-0779.

If you’re not sure, please contact your insurance company directly to find out your office visit co-pay.

 

For self-pay:
$20 office fee for medical
$30 office for dental

No problem. We provide services on a sliding fee scale based on your income if you can bring two recent paystubs. If you aren’t working or don’t have income, simply bring your ID.

 

The self-pay office fee is:
$20 office fee for medical
$30 office for dental

 

You can get assistance from our Community Resource Navigators by calling 317-934-0779.

Whether you’re a patient or not, you can schedule a FREE appointment with our Health & Outreach Advocates to help you enroll in most types of insurance. Includes temporary Presumptive Eligibility coverage, Hoosier Healthwise, Healthy Indiana Plan or other marketplace insurance.

 

Read more here or schedule a phone or in-person appointment today.

 

You can get assistance from our Community Resource Navigators by calling 317-934-0779.