The South Carolina AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) helps South Carolina residents get HIV medications or drugs they cannot get or otherwise afford.
ADAP is made up of three service tiers:
- Direct Dispensing Program (DDP)
- Insurance Assistance Program (IAP)
- Medicare D Assistance Program (MAP).
If you are enrolled in the DDP, you will receive your HIV medications directly through a mail-order pharmacy (PANTHERx Specialty). If you are enrolled in the MAP, you will receive your HIV medications directly through a mail-order pharmacy (CVS/Caremark). If you are enrolled in the IAP, you will get treatment services through your health insurance, and the IAP will help with insurance premiums, copays and deductibles payments through a network of approved pharmacies.
- You must make a commitment to take your medicine as prescribed by your doctor.
- Have HIV/AIDS
- Live in South Carolina
- Have limited income (at or below 300% of the FPL for DDP; 550% for IAP or MAP)
- Not be eligible for Medicaid
- Not be eligible for Medicare Part D with FLIS.
For more information, see Income Eligibility Guidelines.
Your case manager, nurse, or doctor can help you find out if you qualify for the SC ADAP DDP, IAP, or MAP services.
Completed applications must be submitted into Provide Enterprise by the enrollee’s Case Manager or mailed / faxed to:
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).