The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) administers the Ohio HIV Drug Assistance Program (OHDAP), providing medications to fight HIV and to treat HIV-related conditions. This program must be the payer of last resort. For eligible participants, HIV-related medications are provided free of charge. The medications are obtained through a specialty mail-order pharmacy to ensure confidentiality and to ensure all geographic areas of Ohio have equal access to this service. Verification of monthly income, updated enrollment applications and a physician’s report are required at the beginning of each enrollment period.
For additional information or with questions, contact the OHDAP office main line at 1-800-777-4775. Or click on the expandable buttons below for more information.
OHDAP Letters to Clients Surrounding Marketplace Enrollment 2015
- Ryan White OHDAP Formulary
- Ryan White Cleveland Part A Formulary
- Ryan White Pt. B Program Application | Solicitud para el programa Ryan White Parte B (en Espanol)
- Financial Eligibility Guidelines for OHDAP/HIPP (Health Insurance Premium Program)
- List of Ryan White Part B Medical Case Managers’ Primary Contact Information
- To see more information on pharmaceutical company co-payment assistance and patient assistance programs, please visit the Fair Pricing Coalition’s website.
Patient Assistance Program Resources
CLIENTS: Be sure to utilize the Ryan White medical case management system if you need assistance applying for these programs or if you need help in finding care.
- Pharmaceutical Company Patient Assistance and Savings Programs for HIV Medications
- OHRIP Changes
- Common Patient Assistance Program Application
- PrEP Medication Assistance Program Application
- Partnership for Prescription Assistance
- Patient Assistance and Co-Pay Programs for HIV Medications
- Rx Hope
- Together Rx Access
- Positively Aware
- Rx Assist – Patient Assistance Program
- Patient Assistance
- Needy Meds
- Charitable Pharmacy of Central Ohio
- Co-pay Assistance Programs for Anti-Retroviral Medications
– This is a “stop-gap” program to help you get medication while you are waiting to hear about your approval for other patient assistance programs.