Before you can be enrolled in ADAP, you must be determined eligible to receive HIV/AIDS Patient Care Services through the Patient Care Eligibility screening process. Contact your local ADAP Office for more information. Once you have been determined eligible, please be sure to bring the Eligibility Letter with you to the ADAP Office for enrollment.
The HIV/AIDS Patient Care Eligibility Process will request and review the following:
- Proof of HIV+ status
- Florida Residency
- Insurance Screening: Medicaid, Medicare, Private and others
- Proof of Income (400% of the Federal Poverty Level).
Once you've been determined eligible for ADAP, schedule an appointment.
To learn how you can schedule an appointment with ADAP:
- Call the local County Health Department and speak with an ADAP staff member
- Call Florida HIV/AIDS Hotline
English: 1-800-352-2437 (1-800-FLA-AIDS)
Espanol: 1-800-545-7432 (1-800-545-SIDA)
Kreyol: 1-800-2437-101 (1-800-AIDS-101)
Once you have been determined eligible for Patient Care Core Eligibility, and scheduled your ADAP appointment, you can move forward with ADAP enrollment.
What is needed for ADAP Enrollment?
- The Patient Care Core Eligibility Letter
- CD4 and Viral Load Labs less than 6 months old
- Valid prescription(s) for medication on the ADAP Formulary
- Insurance Documentation, if applicable.
What if I have Insurance, but cannot afford the medication?
There are several Insurance exceptions that will allow a person to enroll into ADAP.
- Medicare Part D
- Medicaid Share-of-Cost
- No Brand Name Coverage
- No Prescription Coverage
- Open Enrollment
- Pharmaceutical Benefits Cap
- Unaffordable Co-payment
State covers some form of HCV drug therapies as part of their approved drug formularies: Yes
To learn more about what HCV drug therapies are on the drug formulary, please visit tiicann.org/co-infection-watch.html (go to page #7).