SAN FRANCISCO AIDS DRUG ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (ADAP) ENROLLMENT SITES
|SITE||ADDRESS (SAN FRANCISCO)||PHONE|
|• Castro Mission Health Center||3850 17th Street||415-934-7700|
|• San Francisco City Clinic||357 7th Street||415-487-5500|
|• Tom Waddell Health Center||50 Ivy Street||415- 355-7515|
|• Ocean Park Health Center||1351 24th Avenue||415-682-1900|
|• Southeast Health Center||2401 Keith Street||415-671-7000|
|• HIV & Integrated Services (Inmates in custody)||798 Brannon Street||415-995-1713|
|• San Francisco||2238 Geary Blvd.||415-833-3475|
|• Mission Bay||1600 Owens Street||415-833-3475|
|SAN FRANCISCO AIDS FOUNDATION|
|• SoMa||1035 Market Street||415-487-8000 or|
|• Strut||470 Castro Street||415-437-3450|
|Zuckerberg SF General Hospital Ward 86||995 Potrero Avenue, Bldg 80, 6th Floor||415-206-2403|
|HealthRIGHT 360||1563 Mission Street – 2nd floor||415-969-6530|
|UCSF Stanford Healthcare||400 Parnassus, ACC Bldg||415-353-2119|
|St Mary’s Hospital||2235 Hayes Street- 5th Floor||415-750-5918 or|
|Mission Neighborhood Health Center||240 Shotwell Street||415-552-1013|
|PRC (formerly Positive Resource Center)||170 9th Street||415-777-0333|
|California Pacific Medical Center||45 Castro Street||415-600-5012|
|Native American Health Center||160 Capp Street||415-417-3501|
|San Francisco Community health Center (formerly API Wellness)||730 Polk Street – 4th Floor||415-292-3400|
|AIDS Healthcare Foundation||518-A Castro Street||415-552-2814|
The AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) and the Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Assistance Program (PrEP-AP) are State-administered programs for uninsured and underinsured persons living with HIV and negative persons at risk for HIV.
AIDS Drug Assistance Program
ADAP helps ensure that people living with HIV and AIDS in California who are uninsured or under-insured have access to medication. ADAP pays the prescription costs for medication on the ADAP Formulary (PDF) for eligible individuals.
Individuals enrolled in ADAP are eligible for the Office of AIDS Health Insurance Premium Payment Program (OA-HIPP) or the Medicare Part D Premium Payment Program (MDPP).
The OA-HIPP program is a subsidy program that pays monthly health insurance premiums for ADAP clients. Individuals that enrolled in OA-HIPP are also eligible for the Medical Out-of-Pocket Cost benefit, which covers outpatient medical out-of-pocket costs that count towards the client’s health insurance policy’s annual out of pocket maximum.
The Employer Based Health Insurance Premium Payment (EB-HIPP) Program is a subsidy program that provides premium assistance for an ADAP client’s portion of their employer based insurance premiums. Individuals that enrolled in EB-HIPP are also eligible for the Medical Out-of-Pocket Cost benefit, which covers outpatient medical out-of-pocket costs that count towards the client’s health insurance policy’s annual out of pocket maximum.
The Medicare Part D Premium Payment Program (MDPP) pays Part D and Medigap insurance premiums for individuals enrolled in ADAP and a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan. Individuals that are enrolled in MDPP are also eligible for the medical out-of-pocket cost benefit, which covers outpatient medical out-of-pocket costs that count towards the client’s health insurance policy’s annual out of pocket maximum.
PrEP Assistance Program
The PrEP-AP provides assistance with PrEP-related medical out-of-pocket costs and access to medications on the PrEP-AP formulary for the prevention of HIV and treatment of sexually transmitted infections. The PrEP-AP assists both uninsured and insured individuals at risk for, but not infected with HIV.
2021 ADAP and PrEP AP INCOME ELIGIBILITY
|FAMILY/HOUSEHOLD SIZE||INCOME ELIGIBILITY (500%)|
500% of Federal Poverty Guideline (FPL). For families/households with more than 8 persons, add $4,540 for each additional person.
For more information on ADAP and PrEP AP, please go to: