The cost of PrEP includes the cost of medication, medical appointments and lab tests. Fortunately, many health insurance providers, as well as Health First Colorado (Medicaid) can help cover the cost of PrEP.

 
 
Even if you do not have health coverage, there are multiple financial assistance programs, specifically in Colorado, that will help you get on PrEP.
— Chris, 27 - Denver
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If you don’t have insurance or need help paying for the portion of PrEP not covered by your insurance, Colorado currently has some of the best financial assistance programs for PrEP in the country. Colorado is committed to ensuring anyone who is at high-risk for HIV can get on PrEP.

Learn more about PrEP financial assistance by selecting the best representation of your current healthcare coverage below:

 

ARE YOU CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN HEALTH FIRST COLORADO (MEDICAID)?

 
 

DO YOU HAVE HEALTH INSURANCE THROUGH YOUR EMPLOYER, OR CONNECT FOR HEALTH COLORADO?

 
YES
 
 
 

WHAT IF I CAN'T QUALIFY FOR HEALTH INSURANCE?

Some people can’t qualify for health insurance because of other factors, such as rules about Health First Colorado (Medicaid) coverage for recent immigrants or missing an open enrollment period. There may be other options, and we are happy to talk those over with you. 

Call us at 1-844-367-7075, ext. 2 or visit coenroll.com for more information.