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PrEP

The once-a-day pill that prevents HIV

When thinking about preventing the transmission of HIV, the most commonly known tools include condom usage and regular testing. In the past few years, however, a new tool has emerged: PrEP, which is short for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis. PrEP is a pill that people who are HIV negative can take once –a-day, every day to reduce the risk of transmission of HIV. The Center for Disease Control states that studies have shown PrEP can reduce the risk of getting HIV from sex by 99% when taken daily. PrEP isn’t solely for one type of person – many people of various genders and sexual orientations have found the medication to be an empowering and useful tool in their sexual health. So, what is PrEP? How does it work and how can you find out if PrEP is an option for you? Find out more below!

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Paying for PrEP 

The idea of paying for PrEP can feel overwhelming. Fortunately, there are a lot of amazing financial assistance programs available in Colorado to make PrEP affordable and accessible. To help break down all these programs, we have created a video series led by Colorado Health Network's PrEP Payer Guru, Chris Zivalich

Covering the Basics

Covering the Basics

First Steps and Getting Enrolled

Financial Assistance Programs

Financial Assistance Programs

Navigating Other Barriers

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