The U.S. AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) is a $1.88 billion service that is part of Title II of the Ryan White CARE Act. There is a nationwide network of ADAPs that provide free medications to HIV-positive people in the U.S. who are poor, uninsured or underinsured. 138,173 HIV-positive people currently receive free medications through their ADAP.
As of April 11, 2013, there were 31 individuals on AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) waiting lists in three states. Fourteen ADAPs, including two with current waiting lists, have cost-containment measures in place since April 1, 2012 (reported as of February 6, 2013). In addition, two ADAPs reported considering implementing new or additional cost-containment measures before the end of ADAP's current fiscal year (March 31, 2013). One ADAP reported they were able to eliminate or improve previous cost-containment measures as of December 17, 2012.
This information is from the Apr. 15, 2013 ADAP Watch and the 2012 National ADAP Monitoring Project Annual Report: Module One (PDF).