One pill, once a day.

What is PrEP?

  • PrEP stands for pre-exposure prophylaxis.
  • PrEP is a daily medicine you take that helps you stay HIV-negative.
  • PrEP is safe and side effects are minimal and usually go away quickly.

Is PrEP Right for You?

  • Men who have sex with men
  • People who share injection drug equipment
  • People with multiple sex partners
  • People with a history of a sexually transmitted infection
  • Heterosexual men and women with partners at risk for HIV
  • Individuals with a sex partner with HIV, especially if your partner is not well controlled on medications, also known as undetectable
  • Transgender people, especially transgender women
  • People engaged in commercial sex work

Does PrEP Work?

  • PrEP reduces the risk of getting HIV from sex by more than 90%.
  • Among people who inject drugs, it reduces the risk by more than 70%.

Paying for PrEP

  • Most private insurance plans and Colorado Medicaid cover PrEP.
  • For people who are uninsured, payment assistance programs are available to cover PrEP at low or no cost.
  • The Colorado Public Health Intervention Program (PHIP) covers the cost of PrEP for uninsured or underinsured people who qualify.

Download the PrEP financial assistance fact sheet.

We provide the following PrEP services:

  • Screening and navigation
  • Medical care and follow-up
  • Retention and supportive services

PrEP Clinic Hours

1:00pm - 5:00pm

Appointments are also available on other days/times by request.

For questions about PrEP, paying for PrEP, and help making an appointment please call our PrEP Coordinator:
Sara Smith
Office: 303-724-8245
Cell: 720-240-6166