BCCC FINANCIAL ASSESSMENT SURVIVAL GUIDE

BCCC FINANCIAL ASSESSMENT SURVIVAL GUIDE
Item# FINANCIALASSESSMENT

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Now that the Department of Health and Boulevard Comprehensive Care Center have taken over financial assessment that in the past were done by Aids Service Organizations, every six month each person MUST schedule a financial assessment through BCCC (Boulevard Comprehensive Care Center 1833 Boulevard St., Suite 500 Jacksonville ,FL (904) 253-1040 if you receive Ryan White and/or ADAP (Aids Drug Assistance Program) benefits.

To schedule your Ryan White or ADAP Assessment please call 904-253-1040.

After six months, both your Ryan White and ADAP benefits EXPIRE. YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO BE TREATED BY DOCTORS OR RECEIVE YOUR MEDICATIONS.

It is your responsibility to schedule your financial assessment at BCCC EVERY SIX MONTHS if your receive Ryan White or ADAP benefits.



You will need to bring with you:

Proof of ID (Driver's License, State ID.)

Proof of Income (Bank Statements, Social Security Reward Letter, Signed and Notarized Letter of Support if you have no income)

Proof of HIV Positivity

Lab Results within the last 6 months

Bank statements for the last 3 months

List of medications

If you qualify for Ryan White assistance, you MUST get a copy of your "RYAN WHITE ELIGIBILITY" LETTER. You will have to present this at your doctor's office, case management, and pharmacy before services can be rendered.

If you qualify for Aids Drug Assistance Program, YOU MUST GET AN ADAP CARD. Without this card, you will not be able to get your HIV and other life saving medications.

If you have any problems with your financial assessments, receiving your Ryan White Eligibility Letter or ADAP card, or quality of care received at BCCC please email us at daddydab@dabtheaidsbearproject so we can get you the correct complaint form to resolve any problems.

It is recommended that you always carry a copy of your Ryan White Eligibility Letter and your ADAP card on you. You never know when you might need unexpected medical assistance or might have an emergency. Better to be safe than sorry.