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Applying for PrEP-AP Immediate Access

The Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Assistance Program (PrEP-AP) is a subsidy program administered by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) to subsidize certain costs of medication for the prevention of HIV infection and other related medical services for eligible individuals. Eligible individuals may self-enroll in PrEP-AP Immediate Access through the MedAssist Portal. PrEP-AP Immediate Access provides limited and temporary coverage of PrEP, post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP), and HIV testing. To be eligible for PrEP-AP Immediate Access services you must be HIV-negative and not already enrolled in PrEP-AP.

Before you can enroll, you must first create an account to access the MedAssist Client Portal. After you set up your account, you will be required to configure Multi-Factor Authentication when you first log in to the MedAssist Client Portal using your email and phone number.

As you enroll in PrEP-AP Immediate Access through the MedAssist Client Portal, you will be required to read and electronically sign program forms acknowledging your consent to participate and attesting that you will provide true and accurate information.

During the application process, you will be redirected to DocuSign where you can read and sign the program forms. Once you complete signing, you will return to the application and will be able to submit it. Please make sure you submit the application to receive the next steps on how to use your benefits.

If you are unable to proceed with creating an account, please contact your nearest Enrollment Site.

Please click the button below to create your account: