HIV Services Program
The HIV Services Program (HSP) provides eligible people living with HIV (PLWH) in Indiana access to antiretroviral medications and other important core medical and support services. HSP was expanded in 2018. Traditionally designed to give an individual full access to comprehensive health insurance at no cost, the program now offers a range of services to PLWH enrolled by non-medical case management organizations across Indiana. Service Standards and Service Category Definitions are available here
Core Medical Services
AIDS Drug Assistance Program Treatments
Emergency Financial Assistance
Health Insurance Premium and Cost Sharing Assistance for Low-Income Individuals
Foodbank / Home-delivered Meals
Early Intervention Services
Health Education / Risk Reduction
Medical Nutrition Therapy
Medical Case Management
Mental Health Services
Outpatient/Ambulatory Health Services
Non-medical Case Management
Substance Use Services (outpatient)
Other Professional Services
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Substance Use Services (residential)
Each aspect of HSP below contains important information for HIV providers (subrecipients) funded through the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) Part B and for PLWH in Indiana.
Information and attachments to keep your RWHAP Part B subrecipient program compliant, including service category definitions, service standards, policies and procedures and monitoring methods.
Information related to budgeting, invoicing, and other financial aspects of your RWHAP Part B subrecipient program.
Information and attachments related to RWHAP Part B data collection and analysis.
Training materials and other resources, including archives of past RWHAP Part B training and technical assistance meeting materials and webinar events.
Health Insurance Assistance Plan (HIAP)
This program pays the premium, deductible, co-pay and co-insurance costs to eligible individuals routed through participating Indiana Qualified Health Plans.
AIDS Drug Assistance Plan (ADAP)
This program assists eligible individuals in obtaining limited FDA-approved therapeutic drugs if there is a waiting period before HIAP insurance coverage begins.
Early Intervention Plan (EIP)
This program covers the costs associated with medical services such as doctor visits, laboratory services, specified vaccinations, and influenza shots. EIP provides funding for health care services during a waiting period before HIAP insurance coverage begins..
Medicare Part D Assistance Plan (MDAP)
This program provides assistance toward the co-pay, co-insurance and deductible cost of a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan for qualifying individuals.
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For more information regarding HIV Medical Services, please call toll-free 866-588-4948 and select option #1.