Quick & Easy Access to PrEP or PEP
PrEP-AP Immediate Access allows you to enroll in PrEP-AP for 30 days of limited eligibility for assistance with Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) or Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) for the prevention of HIV. You can create an account and self-enroll through the Immediate Access portal to receive coverage. If you have already created an account, you can self-enroll using the client portal. You can enroll in PrEP-AP Immediate Access twice in a 2-year period for PrEP. You can enroll in PrEP-AP Immediate Access 13 times in a 1-year period for PEP. You can reference this Immediate Access training video to learn how to enroll using the portal.
Once enrolled, you can obtain a prescription for PrEP/PEP from a provider. If you enroll in Immediate Access as insured, you must visit a provider in your health plan's network. If you are uninsured, a minor (age 13–17), or cannot use insurance you have through a parent or spouse due to confidentiality concerns, you can visit a PrEP-AP Clinical Provider. After receiving a prescription, you can access a 30-day supply of PrEP or PEP from a Magellan Rx pharmacy.
The limited benefit for PrEP-AP Immediate Access includes the PrEP and PEP medications detailed in the PrEP-AP Formulary, and the services included in the Temporary Coverage & Immediate Access Allowable Services.
If you experience issues using the PrEP-AP Immediate Access Portal, please call the ADAP Call Center at (844) 421-7050, open M–F 8AM–5PM PST (excluding holidays).
Temporary Coverage allows you to enroll in PrEP-AP with limited and temporary access to one month of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) or Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) for the prevention of HIV, without providing proof of program eligibility. Uninsured individuals can enroll at a participating pharmacy that is contracted as a PrEP-AP Temporary Coverage Enrollment Site. You can enroll in PrEP-AP Temporary Coverage twice in a 2-year period for PrEP. You can enroll in PrEP-AP Immediate Access 13 times in a 1-year period for PEP.
Use the PrEP-AP site map to find PrEP-AP Temporary Coverage Enrollment Sites.
The limited benefit for PrEP-AP Temporary Coverage includes the PrEP and PEP medications detailed in the PrEP-AP Formulary, and the services included in the Temporary Coverage & Immediate Access Allowable Services.
PrEP-AP Immediate Access and Temporary Coverage Benefit
Clients who enroll in PrEP-AP Immediate Access or PrEP-AP Temporary Coverage will have 30 days of PrEP-AP coverage for the following limited benefits:
PrEP or PEP
(30 day dispense)
PrEP Initiation Tests
for HIV Test
PrEP-AP Enrollment Site
to enroll into one year of PrEP-AP eligibility if you meet the PrEP-AP eligibility requirements.