- Identify providers and resources who currently prescribe PrEP, and increase their capacity to implement same-day start.
- Create PrEP “pop-up” experiences at venues where those most at risk congregate (e.g., social sexual networking events, parties) within the community.
- Provide HIV awareness and stigma reduction education to local officials to gain support for End HIV 901 efforts.
- Host drop-in health fairs in impoverished areas and senior living facilities.
- Host a PrEP booth at World AIDS Day events.
- Create PrEP support groups tailored to various populations.
- Create an online support group for those who don’t have access to or don’t feel comfortable coming into group settings.
Implement PrEP starter kits for populations at highest risk for contracting HIV
High Priority and Disruptively Innovative
C2P, City of Memphis, Colleges & Universities, Community health educators, FQHCs, Gilead Science, H-CAP, Headliners, Medical care providers, Memphis area shelters, Memphis needle exchange programs, OM, PEAS, Inc., SCHD, Shelby County Schools, Senior living facilities, SCHD, SR, Spirit Health Clinic, TC, TDH
Potential Funding Sources
Estimated Funding Allocation
- PrEP starter kits = Estimated $2000 for 30 day supply
- PrEP referral incentives and survey completion = $500
- Pop-up shop (n=8) resources, supplies, venue, incentives = $2000
- Training on how to start a PrEP clinic ($500 @ 4/ea.) = $2000
Total: Estimated $6500
(Reported annually, locally monitored more frequently)
- # of PrEP starter kits distributed
- # of agencies distributing PrEP starter kits
- # of training attendees
Monitoring Data Source
- Shelby County Health Department PrEP distribution data