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The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program is a federal program that funds the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) to work in collaboration with local city-county health departments, as well as community based organizations to provide various health and supportive services to people with HIV. Its largest program is the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP).

The AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) is a component of the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program that provides HIV and other medications for people living with HIV.   The program can also help people with HIV pay for insurance premiums and copayments or coinsurance.   To apply, complete an ADAP Application and contact Robert Elkins at the Montana HIV/STD Program, 444-4744 for more information.   For a complete list of covered medications, see the Montana ADAP Formulary.

Please note: If you are eligible for Medicaid, Medicare, IHS, or Veteran's Health benefits, you are not eligible to receive ADAP funded health insurance premium payment assistance.

Early Intervention Services (EIS) are intended to help stop the spread of HIV by providing free HIV testing, outreach, education and referral services outside of the the traditional health care settings.  If you are HIV negative, EIS will help you stay that way.  If you are HIV positive, EIS will connect you to the services that will help you stay healthy.  To contact someone in your local area about EIS, please refer to the Early Intervention Services Directory by clicking on the link below.

Early Intervention Services Directory

Medical Case Management assesses the needs of the client, their family and social support system. Based upon the assessment, Medical Case Managers arrange, coordinate, monitor, evaluate, and advocate for a variety of services to meet the clients’ needs.   There are seven Ryan White Case Management sites in the state and work in conjunction with Community Based and AIDS Service Organizations to serve the governor's five planning regions. To contact one of the Medical Case Management Sites, see the list below or contact the Montana HIV/STD Program at 444-3565, for more information. 

Case Management Sites

Butte/Silver Bow Health Department
25 West Front Street
Butte, MT 59701
(406) 497-5023

Cascade City-County Health Department
115 4th Street South
Great Falls, MT 59405
406) 454-6950

RiverStone Health
123 South 27th
Billings, MT 59101
(406) 247-3350

Flathead City-County HD
723 5th Avenue East
Kalispell, MT 59901
(406) 758-5757

Gallatin City-County Health Department
12 North 3rd
Bozeman, MT 59715
(406) 582-3100

Hill County Health Department
315 4th Street
Havre, MT 59501
(406) 265-5481

Lewis and Clark City-County Health Department
1930 9th Avenue, Suite 207
Helena, MT 59601
(406) 443-2584

Partnership Health Center
323 West Alder
Missoula, MT 59802
(406) 258-4186

Partner Notification Services
This is a service available to HIV positive individuals to assist in the notification of sex and needle-sharing partners to encourage them to be tested for HIV. This service is provided by local health departments and on occasion, HIV prevention sites.

Interested in, or already on PrEP, but concerned about the cost? Don't worry, there's help! In addition to the prescription assistance offered by Gilead, the Patient Advocate Foundation is now offering additional PrEP copay assistance.  To apply, visit www.Copays.org or call toll free, 866-512-3861..

For further information, contact the HIV/STD Section at 1-406-444-3565. Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) 

For more info: Ryan White Target Center for Technical Assistance

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Contact information

Cogswell Building
Room C-211
1400 Broadway
Helena, MT 59620
(406) 444-3565

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