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  • AIDS Drug Assistance Program

    If you do not qualify for or do not receive “Extra Help” (low income subsidy) from Medicare to help pay for your prescription drug costs, you may be able get help paying for your HIV medications through the Georgia AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP).

    ADAP will help cover the costs of certain HIV prescription drugs. ADAP is especially helpful for Medicare beneficiaries when they are in the coverage gap (doughnut hole) stage.

    You may be eligible if you meet the following basic requirements:

    • A positive HIV status
    • Proof of Georgia residency
    • Income at or below 400% FPL

    Review the ADAP website for more information about the program, like which HIV drugs are covered, and how and where to apply. (By clicking on this link you will be taken to the Georgia ADAP website operated by Georgia Department of Public Health, Office of HIV/AIDS Programs, which is not affiliated with AIDS Healthcare Foundation or PHP (HMO SNP).)

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