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What is PrEP?

PrEP stands for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis and is a new HIV prevention approach where HIV-negative individuals use anti-HIV drugs daily to reduce their chances of getting infected.

What is #BePrEPd?

#BePrEPd™ is a new program that provides patients with 90 day supplies of their PrEP therapy, delivered directly to them in packaging designed to protect privacy. The delivery comes discretely labelled in double-boxed packaging, sealed with tamper tape to avoid accidental opening. And delivery is free.

Who is eligible for #BePrEPd™?

#BePrEPd™ is for Residents of Ontario, with a prescription for PrEP and valid medication insurance or ODB coverage. Residents of Ontario under 25 years of age (with a valid OHIP number) can receive it free of charge with OHIP+ coverage.


Access PrEP without anyone
knowing your business!

  • Free and confidential delivery 

  • Friendly and knowledgeable HIV clinical pharmacists

  • Drug coverage assistance from a reimbursement specialist

How your package will arrive

Packaged for privacy, security and confidentiality

With #BePrEPd service you can get your PrEP prescriptions delivered directly to you from a discrete Toronto based pharmacy experienced in HIV.

Your medications are double boxed

  • The outside box contains the name and delivery address you provide and our return address only (no pharmacy name appears).

  • The inside box is sealed with tamper proof tape and has only your name on the outside.

  • Your medication and any paperwork, receipts, etc, are inside the inner box.

Steps to access #BePrEPd™

Is PrEP right for you?

If you answer YES to any of the questions below, you should discuss with your healthcare provider whether PrEP is right for you

  • Have you been the receptive partner for condomless anal or vaginal sex with a high risk 
    person(s) whose HIV status is unknown?

  • Is your main sexual partner HIV +ve with a transmissable viral load?

  • Have you recently been treated for infectious syphilis or any other non-oral bacterial STI 
    like chlamydia or gonorrhea?

  • Have you accessed HIV non-occupational postexposure prophylaxis (nPEP) more than once?

  • Do you use alcohol/ “party drugs” on a regular basis?

  • Do you or your partner(s) exchange condomless sex for money, drugs, or alcohol?