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Michigan Drug Assistance Program (MIDAP)
About the Michigan Drug Assistance Program (MIDAP)
The Michigan Drug Assistance Program (MIDAP) provides prescription medication and vaccine copay/coinsurance coverage for qualifying Michigan residents who are living with HIV. MIDAP helps cover the cost of certain U.S. Food and Drug Administration-approved prescription medications and vaccines for qualifying people living with HIV (PLWH). ALL other copays/coinsurance, such as medical visit copays and other medically related services, are the member's responsibility.
MIDAP also includes two other programs. The Premium Assistance (PA) Program helps qualifying MIDAP clients pay their health insurance premiums, and the Insurance Assistance Program (IAP) helps PLWH maintain and continue their health insurance benefits while they are facing financial difficulty due to their specific illness.
The pages below offer an in-depth look at the MIDAP programs including qualifications, what's covered, the application process, and additional resources, as well as other state and federal insurance programs that may be of interest.
Michigan Drug Assistance Program