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Just a few steps to get free HIV PrEP delivered

It can take 10+ steps to get PrEP in-person. Freddie helps you get it in just 3.

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1

Apply for PrEP with Freddie

Apply online, or book a free consultation call with a Freddie clinician — the choice is yours!

2

Complete your lab work

Lab tests will determine if PrEP is safe for you (spoiler alert: it is for most people).

3

Get your PrEP

Have your PrEP prescription discreetly delivered or pick it up at your local pharmacy.

4

Refill when you run out

We'll notify you before you run out of PrEP to renew your prescription.

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Get PrEP with zero calls

You can now apply for PrEP from Freddie 100% virtually. Just answer a few questions, and our expert clinicians will reply with your next steps to get PrEP!

Prefer to talk to someone? You can still book a free consultation call with one of our clinicians. It's your choice.

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Meet your expert clinical team

Our team of PrEP experts is committed to providing you with judgment-free, high quality care – without costing you a thing.

Dr. Husein Moloo
Co-founder and CEO

Husein co-founded Freddie with the mission of making it easier for anyone to get PrEP and prevent HIV.

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Caley Shukalek
Medical Director

Caley is passionate about evidence-based and patient-centred care, including high-quality telemedicine.

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Grant Picarillo
Clinical Delivery Lead

Grant is passionate about about LGBTQ2S+ health, HIV prevention and treatment, and gender affirming care.

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Jackie Avelino
Clinical Delivery Lead

Jackie has extensive training in emergency medicine, which she practiced for 10 years before joining Freddie.

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Moe Hussein
Registered Nurse

Moe is passionate about nursing and supports a community that he is a member of and fierce advocate for.

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Corey Wideman
Nurse Practitioner

Corey is passionate about working with populations affected by systemic barriers to accessing care.

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Natasha Meadus
Nurse Practitioner

Natasha is an NP who has focused her career on increasing healthcare access for vulnerable communities.

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Richelle Foraie
Nurse Practitioner

Richelle has worked in surgery, neonatal intensive care, and in public healthcare clinics across Saskatchewan.

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Jessica Goora
Nurse Practitioner

Jessica holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Dalhouse University, and a Master in Nursing from Athabasca University.

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Tiffany Crisp
Nurse Practitioner

Tiffany is a full-time member of the Freddie team with over 15 years experience working across urban, rural and remote settings.

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Protect against more STIs with Doxy-PEP

Doxy-PEP is an antibiotic that reduces your risk for gonorrhea, syphilis, and chlamydia. You take it within 72 hours after having condomless sex.

Freddie can prescribe Doxy-PEP to eligible patients alongside PrEP to provide more protection against STIs.

Doxy-PEP Explained

FAQs about HIV PrEP

Got even more questions? Find answers in our in-depth guide to PrEP.

What is HIV PrEP?

PrEP is short for pre-exposure prophylaxis.

It's a once-per-day HIV prevention pill that reduces the risk of contracting HIV by up to 99%. The presence of the medicine in your bloodstream helps stop HIV from taking hold, ensuring you remain HIV-negative.

Is HIV PrEP right for me?

PrEP is recommended for persons with the highest risk of HIV infection, including (but not limited to):

  • Men who have sex with men and transgender women

  • Heterosexual men and women who have high-risk exposure (such as having a partner with known HIV infection, sex workers, or having sex with a person at high risk for HIV)

  • People who inject drugs

How much does HIV PrEP cost?
  • The price of PrEP varies depending on where you live and what type of insurance you have.

  • There are three types of PrEP available in Canada: Truvada, generic Truvada, and Descovy.

  • Generic Truvada is the most common type of PrEP prescription and usually the most affordable.

  • 85% of Freddie patients with private insurance can access Descovy, the newest form of PrEP, for $0.

How effective is HIV PrEP?

When PrEP is taken daily, it reduces the risk of getting HIV from sex by 99%.

  • PrEP is highly effective for anal sex after daily PrEP is taken consistently for seven days.

  • PrEP is highly effective for vaginal sex after daily PrEP is taken consistently for 21 days.

Research also suggests PrEP can reduce the risk of getting HIV from drug injection by 84%, but there is less data around its efficacy.

Where is Freddie available?

Freddie is a Canadian healthcare provider that currently serves residents of Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario and Saskatchewan.

More questions?
Find answers in our in-depth guide to PrEP

PrEP Explained

14,000+ people stay safe with PrEP from Freddie

We're on a mission to bring free PrEP to the world. Complete a quick self-assessment and get your PrEP delivered soon!

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