AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)
ADAP is a state administered program that provides HIV/AIDS medications to low-income individuals living with HIV disease who have little or no coverage from private or third party insurance.
ADAP covers FDA approved drugs to treat HIV infection and HIV-related opportunistic infections. There are currently 72 medications on the GA ADAP Formulary, including seven (7) medications for Hepatitis C treatment.
Georgia ADAP services are available to all eligible residents of Georgia. There are 28 enrollment sites located throughout the state, inclusive of five (5) approved sites located in metro Atlanta.
Individuals wishing to enroll into Ryan White Part B services, including ADAP, must fulfill all eligibility criteria. All information provided for determining program eligibility will be kept completely confidential.
Basic eligibility requirements for the ADAP include:
- A positive HIV status
- Proof of Georgia residency
- Income at or below 400% FPL
If there are any questions, please do not hesitate to call the Georgia ADAP/HICP Program at 404-656-9805 or email at GAADAP@dph.ga.gov.
Page Last Updated 04/01/2021