Florida AIDS Drug Assistance Program

The purpose of the AIDS Drug Assistance Program is to ensure that underserved and uninsured individuals living with HIV/AIDS have access to life--saving medications.



Are you living in Florida and:

* HIV Positive and in need of HIV/AIDS medications?

* Low-income at 300% or less of the Federal Poverty Level?

* Uninsured or do not have adequate prescription coverage?

* Not confined to a hospital,nursing home,or hospice

* Not confined to a correctional facility?



ADAP may be able to help!




What do I need?


In order to enroll, you must have the following:

*Eligibility for HIV/AIDS Patient Care Services according to 64D-4, F.A.C. and the HIV/AIDS Patient Care Programs Determining Eligibility Staff Procedures Manual

*Have at least one prescription for a medication on the ADAP formulary

*Viral Load and CD4 test results no more than 6 months old.



How do I get more information about enrolling in ADAP?

* Contact your local County Health Department and speak with an ADAP staff member.

*Call 1-800-FLA-AIDS (1-800-352-2437), 1-800-545-SIDA (Spanish), 1-800-AIDS-101 (Creole), 1-888-503-7118 (TTY)

*Visit: www.wemakethechange.com, www.dohstate.fl.us/Disease_ctrl/aids



What if I have Medicare Part D but can't afford to pay the out-of-pocket costs?

Contact your local county health department for assistance.

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