Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Part B
and Nevada State General Fund.
B of the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Modernization Act provides grants to all
50 States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, the U.S. Virgin
Islands, and 5 U.S. Pacific Territories or Associated Jurisdictions.
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the Part B Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Modernization Act.
The eligibility screening process will
qualify clients for available Ryan White services. There are two locations for
statewide access to the eligibility screening process:
Reno, Carson City, Tahoe, Elko and
Rural Areas: contact
Access to Healthcare Network (AHN) at (775) 284-8989 or toll free at
Clark (Las Vegas) and Nye Counties: contact Access to
Healthcare Network (AHN) at (702) 489-3400 or toll free at 1-877-385-2345 to
schedule an appointment.
are placed in the medication program that is most appropriate for their
circumstances and in keeping with the cost-effectiveness of the plan.
criteria for the RWPB program are determined on a state-by-state basis
according to the federal guidelines. Anyone moving to Nevada from another state
will need to re-apply for RWPB, and benefits are administered under the
policies of Nevada. The statewide eligibility criteria are reviewed
periodically to determine if the program has been successful in providing
medication and other medical services to low-income HIV+ and AIDS patients.
eligibility criteria include, but are not limited to:
RWPB/ADAP Eligibility Forms and Information
ADAP can help pay for all or part of your HIV medications if you meet the
The Health Insurance Continuation Program (HICP) is a statewide
program for persons who are diagnosed with AIDS or are HIV positive with
symptoms and who, because of their illness, are unable to maintain their
private health insurance coverage. This program pays health insurance
premiums to continue coverage when clients can no longer work or can work only
ADAP Private Insurance program can pay co-pays for HIV medications if you have
private health insurance, but can’t afford to pay for them yourself. You must
meet the program requirements.
¨ Client income must not exceed
400% of Federal Poverty Guidelines-approx $47,080/year for one.
¨ Client may own a single-family
home and a car.
¨ Additional assets of the client
may not exceed $10,000.
¨ Lab tests for T-Cell and Viral
Load must be done every six months.
¨ ADAP eligibility recertification
every six months.
Child care services are the provision of care for the children of clients who are HIV-positive while the clients attend medical or other appointments or Ryan White Program-related meetings, groups, or training.
(NOTE: This does not include child care while a client is at work.)
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