What is the Ryan White program?
The Ryan White HIV/AIDS program is a federal program that provides HIV-related health services. The program works with cities, states, and local community-based organizations to provide services to people living with HIV. The program is for those who do not have sufficient health coverage or financial resources and fills gaps in care not covered by other sources.
What does the Ryan White program cover?
The UNMC Part C and D Ryan White program covers the costs of outpatient medical care and support services for uninsured eligible individuals. If you are uninsured, the program will cover the primary charge and you may be responsible for a small copay.
The Nebraska AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) Ryan White program may provide assistance with your medication costs, medical copays, coinsurance, and deductible for eligible services. Contact Nebraska AIDS Project (NAP) at 402.552.9260 for more information.
Am I eligible for Ryan White program services?
The UNMC Part C and D Ryan White program serves Nebraska, excluding 11 counties in the westernmost portion of the state (known as the “Panhandle”) and 11 counties in southwest Iowa. You are eligible for Ryan White coverage if you live in the service area, are HIV positive, and your household income is below 400% of the Federal Poverty Level.
How do I enroll in the Ryan White program?
A staff member will help you enroll. You must complete an application every year. Call the Ryan White program at 402.836.9181 for more information.