The AIDS Healthcare Foundation will offer free meningitis vaccines starting Monday.
The move comes just days after a West Hollywood man died from the disease.
Anyone who might have been exposed to the disease or might be at risk should to make plans to receive the vaccine, officials say.
Worry over a meningitis outbreak started last week after 33-year-old Brett Shaad, a West Hollywood lawyer, died of the disease on Friday.
Shaad became critically ill shortly after he attended an annual Easter weekend gathering of gay men in Palm Springs, according to the foundation.
The vaccine, offered to anyone believing they are at risk, will be given starting Monday at three locations: the foundation’s West Hollywood pharmacy at 8212 Santa Monica Blvd.; its Hollywood pharmacy at 6210 Sunset Blvd.; and its wellness center, at 1300 N. Vermont Ave., Suite 407.