RESOURCES

HIV treatment and prevention is now better than ever. Let's talk more about HIV, PrEP/ PEP, and treatment. The following resources will give you more information—from paying for PrEP and HIV treatment to finding an online PrEP provider. Got any more questions? Call our Health Information Helpline (215-985-2437) and we can find the right resource for you.

GENERAL HIV

HIV 101 Factsheet

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What is HIV?

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PrEP

Co-pay Card for Truvada (PrEP)

This co-pay card helps cover the costs of medications if your insured.

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Gilead Advancing Access

Supports people who are uninsured in accessing free medications.

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Patient Access Network (PAN)

Provides financial assistance for high out-of-pocket costs for insured persons related to PrEP

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Medication Reminder App

Never forget to take your PrEP with the must have pill reminder.

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On-line PrEP Providers

Can’t get to a doctor? You might benefit from PrEP services that are available on-line.

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If a medical provider "says no" to PrEP

Navigating PrEP Conversations with your medical provider.

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PEP

PEP 101 Factsheet

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PEP Co-pay Card and Medication Assistance Program Information

Find the medication prescribed to you for PEP and access information

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HIV TREATMENT

Medication Reminder App

Every Dose Every Day (E2D2) is a free, easy-to-use app created by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for people living with HIV. The app allows you to set up medication reminders easily, and keep track of your appointments, laboratory results, and refills. This app is simple and secure. It will keep any information you enter confidential and stored only on your phone.

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Special Pharmaceutical Benefits Program (SPBP)

Provides pharmaceutical assistance and specific lab services to low to moderate income individuals living with a diagnosis of HIV/AIDS who are not eligible for pharmacy services under the Medical Assistance (MA) Program.

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PROVIDER

UCSF Clinical Consultation Lines – These consultation lines are available to medical providers to ask clinical questions related to prescribing or managing medications.

PEP LINE – 888.448.4911

Occupational PEP:
Monday – Sunday, 11am – 8pm EST

Non-occupational PEP:
Monday – Friday, 9am – 8pm EST
Weekends & holidays, 11am – 8pm EST

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PrEP LINE – 855.448.7737

Monday – Friday, 9am – 8pm EST

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HIV Management Line – 800.933.3413

Monday – Friday, 9am – 8pm EST

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Perinatal HIV Line – 888.448.8765

24 hours, seven days a week

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1-on-1 Local Technical Assistance

PDPH AACO can provide you with customized training and support to increase PrEP access in your Philadelphia-based medical practice.

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