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HIV Care and Treatment: ADAP

Program update: Upcoming changes in 2024 and 2025

  • The Wisconsin AIDS/HIV Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) is working on changing the program name to the HIV Drug Assistance Program (HDAP), to try to reduce stigma and reflect present day language used.
  • The program will also roll out an online portal for clients and case managers to use when applying for benefits, completing annual recertification, updating client information, and more. More information and opportunities to provide feedback will be announced at a later date. If you are interested in providing feedback on the new system, please call or email ADAP at to learn how.

What is ADAP?

The Wisconsin ADAP helps people living with HIV get access to:

  • Health insurance, and
  • Medications for:
    • HIV.
    • Hepatitis C, if they have both HIV and hepatitis C.
    • The prevention or treatment of other health conditions.

Information for clients

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Learn the basics about ADAP and how to apply.

Information for health care professionals

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Find information about ADAP and how to support clients.

Last revised March 14, 2024