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ADAP Service Providers 

The AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) helps ensure that people living with HIV and AIDS who are uninsured and under-insured have access to medication. The Office of AIDS (OA) works closely with the pharmacy benefits manager (PBM), to administer and manage ADAP for the clients served. 

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ADAP Coordinators      

Local Health Jurisdictions (LHJs) each designate an ADAP coordinator to act as the primary contact for OA and the ADAP PBM contractor. The ADAP coordinator is responsible for reporting and disseminating ADAP-related information between OA and the ADAP PBM contractor to enrollment site contacts and enrollment workers . The ADAP coordinator is also responsible for maintaining coverage for sites to meet enrollment and eligibility recertification needs, assisting with enrollment site visits, and ensuring enrollment sites are in compliance with ADAP guidelines and policies (PDF)Opens in a new browser window..  Each LHJ is assigned OA staff to assist, see OA ADAP Staff Assignments by LHJ (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.for further information.

ADAP Enrollment Sites 

ADAP enrollment sites must be approved and certified through the OA and the PBM. These sites (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.are limited to community-based non-profit organizations, clinics, medical providers, and case management services. For more information about enrollment sites in your area, please contact the LHJ coordinator (PDF)Opens in a new browser window.in your county.

ADAP Enrollment/Eligibility Workers 

Only certified enrollment/eligibility workers (EWs) can enroll clients into ADAP. New EWs must attend in-person training, and recertify annually through a web-based training. If your EW certification has lapsed and you need additional time until the next training, please contact your LHJ coordinator (PDF) . For information regarding training schedules, or general enrollment questions, you can contact the PBM, Ramsell, at (888) 311-7632. 

Pharmacies 

Currently, there are over 4,200 pharmacies in the ADAP network. If your pharmacy is interested in joining the ADAP pharmacy network, or for more information, see Ramsell website. You must be a Medi-Cal pharmacy to qualify. For ADAP-related billing questions, please contact Ramsell, at (888) 311-7632, and ask to speak to a pharmacy technician.

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