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AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)

MCD Public Health provides staffing for the Maine CDC's AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP). ADAP is a federally funded program that provides assistance for clients with HIV/AIDS living in the State of Maine. Depending on the needs of the client, assistance can include the cost of HIV related medications, copays, insurance premiums, deductibles, and labs.

Region Served: Maine - Statewide

Focus Areas: HIV/AIDS drug assistance

Tools: training, policy analysis, policy development, community outreach, grant writing

Funders: The program is mostly funded through the Ryan White Part B Grant, though there are some state funds.

Partners: State medical case management agencies, Medicaid, NASTAD, HRSA

Contact: Lynn Berry, ADAP Project Coordinator
lynn.berry@maine.gov, 207-287-5551

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MCD is the type of organization that everyone looks to as a collaborator in efforts to improve public health. Their vast expertise and innovative thinking have allowed us to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS while helping those affected by this disease lead healthier, more productive lives.
- Andrew Bossie, Executive Director, Maine AIDS Alliance

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