Our Work

National HIV Prevention

Advocacy and coalition-building towards a National PrEP Program for uninsured and underinsured individuals while holding insurance companies accountable to covering the full costs of PrEP medication and medical services. Learn about past efforts and successes.

National PrEP Program

Our goal has always been the same: create a National PrEP Program to make HIV prevention medication accessible to everyone who needs it.

In July, 2018, PrEP4All released a whitepaper outlining the urgent need for a National PrEP Program to immediately address significant disparities in uptake of HIV PrEP. Four years later, The Biden Administration’s FY23 Budget requested nearly $10 billion to fund a PrEP for All to End the HIV Epidemic program. This program, a direct result of our initial proposal, could increase PrEP access for hundreds of thousands of people across the country.

To achieve equitable access, PrEP4All and advocates are pressing for:


Full funding to meet the needs of individuals who can benefit from PrEP


Completely new infrastructure for simple, uncomplicated PrEP access


Innovative and effective campaigns to increase knowledge of and demand for PrEP


Community partnership in every aspect of a national PrEP program
We are already leading the fight for a National PrEP Program.

Join the fight! Email Michael@PrEP4All.org to add your organization to our National PrEP listserv and/or sign on to our letter calling for the White House and Congressional leadership to make a national PrEP program a reality!

Payor Accountability & Insurance Advocacy

Got health insurance?
Your PrEP care should be free!

As of June 30, 2020, most health insurers are required to cover the cost of PrEP, clinical care, and lab visits with no cost sharing. This means no copays, coinsurance, or deductibles for medication and essential support services, including provider visits, labs, HIV and STI screenings, pregnancy tests, and adherence counseling.

However, some insurers have yet to comply. These costs can be a major barrier to those in need of PrEP. If you’re still being charged, click on the right to get in touch so we can help address the problem.

Report Non-Compliance

If you are still being charged copays, coinsurance, or deductibles for your PrEP care, please fill out the form linked below.

By completing this form, we will be able to report non-compliance to the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services to ensure that enforcement is carried out immediately.

Complete the Form