Payment Assistance for PrEP Medicine
Whether you have commercial insurance, government insurance, or no insurance at all, there are options for you to get help and payment assistance for PrEP.
Both private companies and public organizations fund programs to assist customers on the costs of their medication. Below we share more information about the various options for you.
- CDC Paying for PrEP Resources
- Truvada for PrEP Medication Assistance Program
- Gilead Advancing Access Program
- How to Get Help Paying for Truvada for PrEP
If you have commercial or private insurance you are potentially eligible for payment help from Gilead. Gilead is the company that produces Truvada for PrEP.
The Gilead Advancing Access program was created to help you afford the medication you need. Through government funding and other investments, Gilead is able to help you with financial support using the co-pay coupon card.
With the Gilead Advancing Access co-pay coupon card you can save up to $3,600 per year!
If you are enrolled in government healthcare programs like Medicare, Medicaid, etc. you are potentially eligible for payment assistance from government funded programs and independent co-pay foundations.
Gilead Advancing Access does not cover patients enrolled in government healthcare programs. Below you can find links to some of the foundations that do:
Links to regional and state funded initiatives for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Assistance.
- United States – Patient Advocate (PAF) Foundation
- New York – Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Assistance Program (PrEP-AP)
- New England – PrEP Drug Assistance Program
- Washington – PrEP Drug Assistance Program
- Arizona – Paying for Prep Resources (HIVAZ.org)
If you do not have insurance, you may still qualify for Truvada for PrEP free of charge. Contact the Gilead Medication Assistance Program for more information. The website enrollment is always available and you can call Monday through Friday between 9 am – 8 pm ET.
- Enroll at Gilead Advancing Access
- Phone #: 1-800-226-2056
Have You Been Denied PrEP or Insurance for PrEP?
There is a service/resource called Truvada Track. The site, My PrEP Experience, monitors insurance and Medicaid coverage of Truvada for PrEP. If you have been denied a PrEP prescription from your healthcare provider or were denied coverage, you can reach out to this site and they will help advocate for you!