Michigan HIV/AIDS Drug Assistance Program (MIDAP)
WHAT IS IT?
The Michigan Drug Assistance Program (MIDAP) helps cover prescription drug costs for certain FDA-approved drugs for HIV/AIDS patients who qualify for the program.
WHAT IS COVERED?
The Michigan Drug Assistance Program program currently covers HIV-specific and related medicines, as well as vaccines. The MIDAP eligible drug list and the MIDAP Pharmacy Network List can be found at ScriptGuideRX.com/midap. The Pharmacy Network List is a list of pharmacies that you can go to in order to fill prescriptions.
CAN ANYONE QUALIFY?
No. To be eligible for the Michigan Drug Assistance program:
- Applicant must provide documentation of HIV disease.
- Applicant must be a resident of the State of Michigan.
- In some cases, applicant must have applied for public assistance (Medicaid and/or Adult Benefits Waiver program) with the Department of Human Services (DHS) within the past 90 days and have a pending, denial, or spend-down status. Clients being renewed by April 1, 2012, must have applied with DHS after October 1, 2011.
- Applicant's gross income cannot exceed 450% of the Federal Poverty Level (F.P.L.) and will be evaluated based on FPL guidelines in effect when MIDAP receives your completed application.
HOW DO I OBTAIN SERVICES?
Case management and client advocacy agencies, or the MIDAP staff, can assist applicants in completing the MIDAP application. Completed applications will be reviewed and accepted or denied. If approved by the MIDAP, the client will receive a prescription card with a personal identification number.
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FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
HIV Case Management Agencies, Local Health Departments, or call the MIDAP toll-free at 1-888-826-6565.
Michigan Department of Community Health, Division of Chronic Disease and Injury Control, HIV/AIDS Prevention and Intervention Section
109 Michigan Avenue, 9th Floor
Lansing, MI 48913
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