Free HIV PrEP Clinic

When & Where

Saturday mornings, twice each month.

Redwood Health Center
1525 West 2100 South 
Salt Lake City, UT 84119

Call 801-585-2512 Monday—Friday to request an appointment.
Or schedule an appointment here.
Note: We're not open on weekends. Please call Monday—Friday.

There’s no vaccine for HIV, but HIV can be prevented. You can lower your chances of getting HIV by taking a medicine for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (called PrEP) if:

  • your sex partner is HIV-positive,
  • you have more than one sexual partner, or
  • you share needles with someone who has HIV.


We offer PrEP for free if you don't have health insurance and have high chances of getting HIV. We offer free PrEP on two Saturday mornings each month (Note: All PrEP sessions are virtual at this time).

Our goal is to reduce the number of new cases of HIV in Utah by increasing access to PrEP for primarily uninsured or underinsured Utahns.

How Does PrEP Work?

PrEP (also known as Truvada) is a pill you take every day that helps you prevent getting HIV. When Truvada builds up inside your bloodstream, it can stop the HIV virus from spreading inside your body.

The key is that you must take Truvada every day in order for it to work. Learn more about how PrEP works.

How Do I Make an Appointment?

To request an appointment to talk to a provider about PrEP, please call us at 801-585-2512. Or schedule an appointment here.

Please call Monday—Friday to make an appointment. We're not open on weekends.


Free PrEP Services

University of Utah Health’s new PrEP clinic at the Redwood Health Center provides free PrEP services, including the following:

  • testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
  • PrEP case manager navigation
  • medical management
  • lab services
  • medication for people who have a higher chance of contracting HIV
  • HIV risk reduction education (classes that teach you how to lower your chances of getting HIV)

All services are FREE for patients who don't have health insurance.

Many health insurance plans cover PrEP. But many people who are at risk of contracting HIV don’t have health insurance. Many people without insurance haven’t had access to PrEP until now.

Community Support & Volunteer Opportunities

This clinic is staffed by University of Utah Health faculty, staff, and trainees, and is supported through a collaborative effort by:

This free clinic receives ongoing support from community donors. If you are interested in supporting this program, please contact Brian Davis at 801-587-7903.