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Report: Health center for gay men, trans women opens in Decatur

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Report: Health center for gay men, trans women opens in Decatur

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Center Director Jennifer Taussig. Photo provided by Patrick Saunders/Project Q
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Project Q reports that The Center at 246 has opened in downtown Decatur.

According to Project Q, the center is a “sex-positive health center that provides services for free.”

“For DeKalb residents, the Center offers free HIV counseling and testing, sexually-transmitted infections testing, referrals to services for people who test positive, and PrEP or PEP initiation. PrEP is the once-a-day pill for HIV-negative people to reduce the risk of infection. PEP is the use of antiretroviral drugs after exposure to HIV to stop infection,” Project Q reports.

The center will be located at 246 Sycamore Street in Decatur. For more information from Projet Q, click here.

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