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We can help you find ways to cover the cost of your HIV medications. Learn about financial assistance programs and more.

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Access to assistance
If you don't have health insurance or need help paying for your HIV medications, we can help enroll you into the federal AIDS Drug Assistance Program) or other programs, including local HIV organizations.
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Ryan White ADAP Program
This program covers the full cost of prescription drugs. Enrollment is subject to income guidelines. Click on your state to download the application: New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania.
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Drug Mart Pharmacy Care Team is available 24/7 at 800-877-0337. Call us to discuss how we can help you take your medication on time and live well.
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You may be wondering

Which assistance program is right for me?

HIV medications don't have to be unaffordable. If you have health insurance, copay programs can help cover the cost of insurance copays on your medications. If you do not have insurance, patient assistance programs (PAPs) can provide low-cost or free medications.

Can you help me signup for the Ryan White ADAP Program?

Yes. Our staff is trained in helping people sign up for the Ryan White AIDS Drug Assistance Program. We can walk you through the steps to complete the application. Application processing times vary by state and time of the year, but are generally accepted within one week.

What if my income is too high to qualify for ADAP?

You can still save money on your insurance copays by applying coupons provided by the manufacturer. If you are on Medicare, you can enroll in Patient Assistance Programs (PAPs) or be eligible for a grant through a non-profit foundation. Ask us how we can help.