Our Work

Increasing access to
life-saving medications

What We do

PrEP4All is spearheading the fight for a National PrEP Program to cover the costs of PrEP for the uninsured, as well as addressing further barriers leading to racial and gender disparities in PrEP utilization.

PrEP4All leadership and activism to address inequitable access to PrEP, as well as access to COVID-19 and monkeypox vaccines and treatment, has been covered by NBC News, The Body, NPR, The Washington Post, CNN, The New York Times, and more.


We conduct rigorous policy analysis and prepare reports outlining the effects of current and future policy decisions, government inaction, and investigations into the public health effects of corporate greed.

Read our reports


We regularly meet with legislators and advocacy groups to build political support for our mission, including organizing congressional committee hearings and meetings between activists and bureaucrats.

Read our letters


We work closely with journalists to generate hard-hitting reports that call attention to lack of healthcare access. Our work has been published in places like the New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, and more.

P4A In the News

Focus Areas

National hiv prevention

Advocacy and coalition-building towards a National PrEP Program for uninsured and underinsured individuals as well as holding insurance companies accountable to covering the full costs of PrEP medication and medical services.

Pandemic & Outbreak Activism

In the past few years, we have seen an increase in the number of new outbreaks and pandemics facing our world. PrEP4All is leading the charge in responding to these emerging challenges, including COVID-19 and Mpox.

Community Engagement

Through initiatives like PrEP in Black America, the PrEP User’s Union, and the National PrEP Program Coalition, PrEP4All engages the community in the fight for universal PrEP access. Join us.