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Prevention Education

HIV/AIDS Information & Resources

Prevention EducationFor those individuals who are sexually active, most sexual activities carry some level of risk to HIV exposure.  In order to practice safer sexual activities, one must always assume that the other individual is HIV positive. Sexual activities that expose an individual to the body fluids of others are considered risky and unsafe.  One of the most effective ways of preventing HIV exposure to body fluids during sexual intercourse is through the effective use of a condom.

This HIV Prevention resource provides information on HIV Testing, the differences between HIV and AIDS, vital Prevention Information, as well as how to reduce your risk of contracting HIV.


Prevention Information

Risk Reduction


Contact HIV Prevention Staff

C.A.R.E. Prevention & Risk Reduction Staff
(562) 624-4999

HIV High-Impact Prevention

HIV Prevention includes TasP, PrEP, and PEP: Treatment as Prevention, Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis and Post-Exposure Prophylaxis.

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Risk Reduction

Learn to reduce your exposure to HIV / AIDS

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HIV versus AIDS

Understanding the difference between HIV and AIDS, and how the virus is transmitted and diagnosed.

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