AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)
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The AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) provides medications for the treatment of HIV/AIDS at no cost to you. Under certain circumstances, ADAP will give this financial assistance if you have insurance that can cover the expense of your HIV/AIDS treatments, but are having trouble paying out-of-pocket fees, like co-payments. Once you enroll in the program, you will receive an ADAP card with instructions on how to use it. You will present this card and a prescription at a participating pharmacy.

AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)
ADAP provides free medications for the treatment of HIV/AIDS and opportunistic infections. The drugs provided through ADAP can help people with HIV/AIDS to live longer and treat the symptoms of HIV infection.

ADAP Plus (Primary Care)
ADAP Plus (Primary Care) provides free primary care services at selected clinics, hospital outpatient departments, healthcare providers, and labs. The services include ambulatory care for medical evaluation, early intervention, and ongoing treatment.


How do I apply?

To apply, fill out the Program Eligibility Application Form (DOH-2794) and have your doctor complete the Medical Eligibility Form (DOH-3608). Both forms must be submitted together. Applications submitted with all required documentation are processed within two weeks.

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