ADAP Directory

Directory of AIDS Drug Assistance Programs


The ADAP Directory is a groundbreaking project that is made possible by ADAP Advocacy and generous grants. The following information explains the purpose of the ADAP Directory and the goals of its supporters.

The AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)

The AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) provides HIV-related service and approved medications to more than half a million people in need annually working in cooperation with state, city and local organizations to:

  • Help people living with HIV/AIDS without sufficient healthcare coverage or financial resources
  • Provide grants to emerging communities in all 50 states and US territories
  • Improve the quality and availability of HIV/AIDS healthcare and support services

The ADAP Directory

The ADAP Directory is a new, innovative approach to linking people living with HIV/AIDS to the information, resources, medical care, and treatment options that will keep them healthy, productive members of their communities. The ADAP Directory consolidates useful ADAP-related information from all 50 states and 6 territories into one convenient location for:

  • Easy access to ADAP resources
  • Updated, current information for the benefit of all states and territories
  • Uniform presentation of ADAP information for effective advocacy

The ADAP Directory is a program of ADAP Advocacy and is made possible by the generous support of grants from Gilead Sciences, Janssen Therapeutics,  Merck & Co., Walgreens and ViiV Healthcare.

Need for the ADAP Directory

We believe that people living with HIV/AIDS deserve easy access to the latest information, resources, medical care, and treatment options in a one-stop online resource center with relevant ADAP information. This groundbreaking initiative will:

  • Provide resources to help patients become more active decision-makers with their care
  • Assist social workers, patient advocates, and medical practitioners
  • Improve the amount and quality of information made readily available to patients
  • Update information regularly on the 56 ADAPs funded in the US

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