What is PrEP DAP?
PrEP DAP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Drug Assistance Program) is a drug assistance program for HIV-negative people who have risk factors that expose them to HIV.
PrEP DAP Brochure (English)(PDF)
About PrEP DAP, an HIV prevention program for people that are at high risk of HIV
PrEP DAP Brochure (Spanish)(PDF)
Programa de prevención del VIH, dirigido a personas con alto riesgo de contraer VIH.
What services are covered with enrollment?
PrEP DAP pays for certain medications on the list of covered services for enrollees who go to a contracted pharmacy.
Medical & Lab Services
PrEP DAP pays for certain medical and lab costs incurred by a PrEP DAP enrollee. Enrollees must see a contracted provider for medical and lab services.
PrEP DAP eligibility
To be eligible for PrEP DAP you must:
- Be HIV-negative.
- Live in Washington State.
- Meet one of the following risk factors:
- Is male or transgender and has sex with men and has one or more of the following risks:
- Diagnosis of rectal or urethral gonorrhea, rectal chlamydia or early syphilis in the prior 12 months
- Methamphetamine or popper use in the prior 12 months
- History of providing sex for money, drugs, food, shelter or transportation in the prior 12 months
- Unprotected anal sex outside of a long-term, mutually monogamous relationship
- Is in an ongoing sexual relationship with an HIV-infected person who:
- Is not on antiretroviral therapy (ART)
- Is on ART but is not virologically suppressed
- Is within 6 months of initiating ART
- Is on ART and is virologically suppressed
- Is in an ongoing sexual relationship in which the female partner is trying to get pregnant
- Is a woman who provides sex for money, drugs, food, shelter or transportation
- Injects drugs that are not prescribed by a medical provider
How do I apply for PrEP DAP?
You can apply online or submit a paper application.
Looking for PrEP?
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is an HIV prevention method in which HIV-negative people take a daily pill to reduce their risk of becoming infected. When used consistently, PrEP has been shown to reduce the risk of HIV-1 infection among adult men and women at very high risk for HIV infection through sex or injection drug use. Learn more about PrEP