The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program works with cities, states, and local community-based organizations. The Program provides primary medical care and essential support services to more than half a million people each year. Through the Program, people living with HIV who have no insurance or are underinsured can get the HIV medical care and other support services they need.
Where Can I Find Help?
Find HIV Care and Services across the U.S. provided by Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program medical providers. This includes HIV medical care, access to medications, case management, substance abuse and mental health services, as well as support services.
Find your state HIV/AIDS toll-free hotline to connect with agencies that can help determine what services you are eligible for and locate where you can get them.
Am I Eligible?
To be eligible to receive Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program HIV medical care and treatment services, as well as other HIV support services, you must:
- Be diagnosed with HIV or AIDS
- Be considered low income*
- Have either no health insurance or your insurance does not pay for the care you need
What Happens When I Seek Care and Treatment?
When you seek HIV medical care and treatment, most likely you will be assigned a case manager who will help you:
- Understand what services you are eligible to receive
- Apply for health care coverage
- Find out whether you have to cover any of the costs
What Services Am I Eligible to Receive?
Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program recipients use funds to provide medical and support services for people living with HIV. Core medical services include:
- AIDS Drug Assistance Program Treatments
- AIDS Pharmaceutical Assistance
- Early Intervention Services (EIS)
- Health Insurance Premium and Cost Sharing Assistance for Low-Income Individuals
- Home and Community-Based Health Services
- Home Health Care
- Hospice Services
- Medical Nutrition Therapy
- Medical Case Management, including Treatment Adherence Services
- Oral Health Care
- Outpatient Ambulatory Health Services
- Substance Abuse Outpatient Care
In addition, support services include:
- Child Care Services
- Emergency financial Assistance
- Food Bank/Home Delivered Meals
- Health Education/Risk Reduction
- Linguistic Services
- Medical Transportation
- Non-Medical Case Management Services
- Outreach Services
- Professional Services
- Psychosocial Support Services
- Referral for Health Care and Support Services
- Rehabilitation Services
- Respite Care
- Residential Substance Abuse Services
*As determined by the city/county, state, or clinic financial criteria.