Receiving the HIV diagnosis is overwhelming within itself.
The Ryan White CARE Act and the AIDS Drug Assistance Program, ADAP, are programs available to folks that have trouble accessing treatment options.
Even if you don’t have insurance, these programs will make sure that you stay healthy and make sure that you have access to services that you may need and also allow you to be able to access other social needs that you may have, like, transportation or food or even something as simple as seeing the caseworker.
They can help you get back onto treatment, they can help you with the social programs, like housing, like mental health services, and even connecting you to like a support group to be able to have other folks to lean on that are living with HIV.
Let’s Talk About HIV Treatment!
Antiretrovirals, the medications used to treat HIV, keep you healthy and prevent the spread of HIV to others.
Even if you do not have insurance, or are underinsured, there are options to get the care and medications you need to stay healthy.
The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Care Program offers support services for people with HIV, including mental health care, housing assistance, and more.
The AIDS Drug Assistance Program to help individuals with financial need get their HIV medications.