WHAT IS CADAP?: Connecticut Department of Public Health program designed to help eligible low-income residents with essential medications for the treatment of HIV, related conditions, and other co-morbidities, as well as health insurance premium assistance.
COST: No fee
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
– People with AIDS or HIV who have a net countable income at or below 400% of the Federal Poverty Level.
– People who have been diagnosed by a licensed physician as having AIDS, HIV+ symptomatic, and/or an HIV infection.
– Individuals applying for the program must not be a Medicaid (Husky A, B, or C) or Medicaid coverage for the Lowest-Income Population (Husky D) recipient. There is no asset restriction for CADAP.
HOW TO APPLY: Individuals who want to apply for CADAP must complete and submit a CADAP application; Applications may be completed by the applicant or the applicant’s HIV case manager, social worker, clinician, or anyone else working in an official capacity on the applicant’s behalf or enroll online at: https://ct.mrxenroll.magellanrx.com/
For more information, visit: https://ctdph.magellanrx.com/
TO FIND PROVIDERS IN CONNECTICUT’S COMMUNITY RESOURCES DATABASE:
Search by program name: AIDS Drug Assistance Program (CADAP)
SOURCES: Connecticut State Department of Public Health
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CONTENT LAST REVIEWED: August2023