How can we please PrEP you? Check out our list of resources to get you more PrEPared.
When taken daily as prescribed, it is more than 90% effective in preventing HIV infection. It is safe and generally well tolerated.
- The Stigma Project’s “Is PrEP right for me?” web survey
- What is PrEP? Animated video presentation in English and Spanish explaining how PrEP works inside the body
- HIVE, a hub of positive reproductive & sexual health. Information on safer conception options and PrEP for women
- San Francisco AIDS Foundation’s PrEP Facts. Consumer-friendly online PrEP resource for gay and bisexual men, women, and Spanish-speaking Latinos
- Project Inform’s educational videos, informational booklets, and provider flowchart
- CDC’s PrEP basics
- CDC’s PrEP Adherence
- AVAC’s up-to-date information on completed and ongoing PrEP research and demonstration projects
- PrEP Watch is clearinghouse for information on PrEP research and access domestically and internationally
- What is PrEP? Presentation in Spanish from Alex Barros in Miami.
- The Well Project’s online resource for women about PrEP
- Getting Yourself Prepared for PrEP (in English and Spanish)
- My PrEP Experience, a blog of personal PrEP stories hosted by AIDS Foundation Chicago
- PrEP Facts: Rethinking HIV Prevention & Sex. A private group on Facebook
- Project Inform’s educational videos
- PrEP Facts for Women: Rethinking HIV Prevention & Sex. A private group on Facebook
- HIVE's blog: Women taking or considering taking PrEP
- CDC’s Paying for PrEP
- Project Inform’s Getting Yourself Prepared for PrEP Flow Chart.
- PrEP Facts patient-provider brochure made by San Francisco AIDS Foundation that includes patient checklist, provider checklist, and potential billing codes for providers.
- Gilead’s Guide to Paying for Truvada and other Patient Assistance. Gilead offers assistance for individuals based on income and health insurance status. If have private health insurance, Gilead’s copay card will cover a yearly total of $3,600 of your medication copay with no monthly limit.
- Fair Pricing Coalition gives overview of medication and financial assistance programs.
- Patient Access Network Foundation (PAN) can help cover medication costs if financially eligible with maximum of $7,500 per year.
- Covered California’s 2016 Formularies includes an analysis of the availability of HIV, hepatitis B, hepatitis C and PrEP drugs on each of the 12 plans’ drug formularies and how to estimate the amounts you will have to pay for their medications.
- Gilead Advancing Access program can help answer questions if changes in your life or insurance affect your coverage.
- PrEP Access Guide from Philadelphia FIGHT and Broadway Youth Center.
- Contact Lambda Legal’s Help Desk for assistance if provider is refusing to prescribe PrEP for you, or experiences difficulty obtaining health or life insurance as a result of using PrEP.
- Human Rights Campaign’s What to Do If Your Provider Says “No” to PrEP
- NASTAD's PrEP Cost Calculator
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