Medication and Pharmacy Assistance
Individuals who do not have pharmacy insurance may be eligible for limited or short term supplies of some medications through the CAMC Ryan White Program.
Our care coordinator and social worker will also help individuals apply for pharmacy assistance programs. These programs, sponsored by most pharmaceutical (drug) companies, provide medicines for individuals who are unable to afford them.
AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)
In West Virginia, the Bureau for Medical Services administers a special drug program for HIV/AIDS patients who are not eligible for Medicaid. This program, funded by the federal government through the Ryan White legislation, provides for coverage of certain FDA approved drugs for HIV positive or AIDS patients who have incomes up to 250 percent of the federal poverty level, but who are not eligible for Medicaid. The program is called the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) and is managed by the HIV Care Consortium. For more information about ADAP eligibility, contact the Care Consortium case manager for the county in which you live:
Brian Henry is based in Kanawha County. He provides services to people living in Kanawha, Putnam, Lincoln, Logan, Boone, Clay, Webster, Braxton, Roane and Jackson counties.
You may reach Brian at: (304) 344-9901
Sharon Smith is based in Raleigh County. She provides services to people living in Nicholas, Pocahontas, Fayette, Raleigh, Wyoming, McDowell, Mercer, Monroe, Greenbrier, and Summers counties.
You may reach Sharon at: (304) 763-5257
More details relating to ADAP may be found at the Bureau for Public Health’s website.
Prescriptions may be filled at the CAMC Pharmacy, located in the CAMC Cancer Center (3415 MacCorkle Ave., SE.), across MacCorkle Ave. next to McDonald’s, or the Medical Center Specialty Pharmacy (3110 MacCorkle Ave., SE), located on the first floor of the Medical Staff Office Building.