|moving to another state
Jan 29, 2014
I live in new jersey,i have been on meds for 12 years.can not tolerate the winter any longer due to peripheral neuropathy,but i get my meds tru a state program, an so its my wife will the2 of us be able to switch to a program lets say in Florida or Tennessee.
Response from Mr. Chambers
Virtually all states have an AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) primarily funded with federal dollars. Because each state runs its own program there are substantial differences among how the states run their programs. Some have limited formularies; some even have waiting lists. The income requirements also vary by states.
This site will give you an idea of the various state ADAP programs. This site will give you
Before moving, thoroughly investigate the ADAP program of the state you are considering to make sure it will be able to meet your needs for medications.
Good luck, Jacques
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