How Can I Pay For PrEP?
Insurances accepted at our clinic: Anthem Blue Cross (MediCal Managed Care), San Francisco Health Plan / Community Health Network (MediCal Managed Care), MediCal, Medicare, Anthem Blue Cross PPO, Aetna – Commercial and Medicare, and Health Net: EPO, PPO
PrEP is covered by most insurance programs and Medi-Cal/Medicaid. The level of your coverage will vary by the type of health insurance plan you have. There are also assistance programs that can help you pay for PrEP, regardless of your citizenship status.
Our skilled staff can help you navigate your insurance coverage and assistance programs options.
Assists uninsured clients who do not qualify for MediCal and make at or less than the 500% Federal Poverty Level ($60,300 for a household of 1) with provider visit costs and lab costs. To be eligible, you must be a resident of CA, and be at least 18 years old.
We can enroll you into PrEP-AP.
Assists clients without insurance or who are underinsured and make at or less than 500% Federal Poverty Level ($60,300 for household of 1) to cover the cost of Truvada fully.
Gilead’s Co-Pay Card: https://www.gileadadvancingaccess.com/copay-coupon-card
Assists clients with private insurance cover the co-pay of Truvada up to $4,800/year and is automatically renewable.
Patient Advocate Foundation: https://www.copays.org/diseases/hiv-aids-and-prevention
Assists clients with private insurance cover the co-pay of Truvada up to $7,500/year. To be eligible, you must make less than 400% FPL and have proof of US residence.
Patient Access Network Foundation: https://panfoundation.org/index.php/en/patients/assistance-programs/hiv-treatment-and-prevention
Currently closed. Assists clients with Medicare cover the co-pay of Truvada up to $3,600/year. To be eligible, you must make at or below 500% of the Federal Poverty Level and must reside and receive treatment in the US or US territories (U.S. citizenship is not a requirement).
McKesson’s Patient Rebate Online Portal: https://www.patientrebateonline.com
If you have Kaiser, you need to make an account through McKesson’s patient rebate online portal and with Gilead’s co-pay card. With Kaiser, your Gilead’s co-pay card works as a reimbursement program that is managed through McKesson’s rebate online portal.