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ADAP - AIDS Drug Assistance Program

AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) is supported by Title II of the Ryan White CARE Act. In California, ADAP pays for certain drugs required by AIDS/HIV patients, for those with annual gross income under $50,000. For those with annual gross income under 400 percent of the Federal poverty level, the drugs are provided free; for those with incomes over that amount, but under $50,000, a co-payment may be required. To qualify, you must also have a prescription signed by a physician licensed in California, and not have the drugs covered by your health insurance program. (If your health insurance requires a co-payment which creates a financial hardship, the program may help with the co-payment.)