Paying for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP): Do you have health insurance?
Most insurance plans and state Medicaid programs cover PrEP. There are also other programs that provide PrEP for free or at a reduced cost:
- Ready, Set, PrEPexternal icon makes PrEP medication available at no cost to those who qualify.
- Co-pay assistance programsexternal icon help lower the costs of PrEP medications. Income is not a factor in eligibility.
- Some states have PrEP assistance programsexternal icon. Some cover medication, some cover clinical visits and lab costs, and some cover both.
Select an answer below to find out how you can pay for PrEP.
Do you have health insurance?
Page last reviewed: November 3, 2020