PrEP financial assistance with private insurance

If you have private insurance, the cost of PrEP and medical care can vary substantially based on your plan coverage. We recommend calling the number on the back of your health plan card to find out more. When shopping for insurance, look for plans that have:

  • Low deductibles
  • Large provider networks
  • Comprehensive speciality prescription coverage
     

Should your insurance not cover the full cost of PrEP, check out the following options:

 
 

GILEAD ADVANCING ACCESS COPAY CARD

  • $3,600/year max assistance
  • No income restrictions
  • Must have private insurance
  • Only covers prescription drug cost (including deductibles and co-insurance)
  • 12-month enrollment
  • Cannot be used with Medicare or Health First Colorado (Medicaid)
 

PATIENT ADVOCATE FOUNDATION

  • $7,500/year max assistance (based on available funding)
  • Income limit of $48,240/year
  • Must be insured
  • Helps with co-pays only
  • Proof of U.S. residence required
 

Patient Access Network Foundation

  • $8,000/year max assistance (based on available funding)
  • Income limit of $60,300/year
  • Must be insured
  • Helps with co-pays, deductibles and co-insurance
  • Proof of U.S. residence required

Still Need Assistance?

If you make less than $60,300 per year and have used all available financial assistance, the Colorado Public Health Intervention Program (PHIP) may cover the remaining cost of PrEP if you qualify. To enroll online, visit coenroll.com or call us at 1-844-367-7075, ext. 2 for more information.

Prefer to mail or fax? Download and complete a paper application.