There are programs that might make TRUVADA for PrEP more affordable by offering help with co-pays, medication costs, and insurance costs.
If you're unable to pay for TRUVADA for PrEP, the Gilead Advancing Access® program may be able to help.
If you have commercial insurance
The Gilead Advancing Access co-pay coupon card might help you save. If you are eligible, the co-pay coupon card covers up to $4,800 in
If you have government insurance
If you are enrolled in government healthcare programs (such as Medicare Part D, Medicaid, TRICARE, or VA), you are not eligible for the Gilead Advancing Access program. However, you may be eligible for other sources of support through independent co-pay foundations.
If you do not have insurance
The Medication Assistance Program may be able to determine if you are qualified to receive TRUVADA for PrEP free of charge.
Navigating your insurance plan can be difficult. Gilead Advancing Access® program counselors may be able to help you:
- Understand your insurance coverage and benefits
Work with a healthcare provider through the process of Prior Authorization, if requested
- Prior Authorization means a healthcare provider needs approval from your health insurance in order for TRUVADA for PrEP to be covered
- Understand what to do if your insurance claim has been denied
Understand changes in your life or insurance that affect your coverage,
- Insurance changes
- If your insurance no longer covers TRUVADA for PrEP
- Denial of coverage
- Changes in insurance because of a life event, such as loss of job
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