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Find Out Your Eligibility!
Ryan White Pre-eligibility
The following questions will help determine your pre-eligibility for Ryan White services. If you are found pre-eligible after answering the questions, you will be asked to provide your contact information (phone number, address, email) and consent to be contacted by a care coordinator in your area. This person will help connect you with medical and social support services at your local Ryan White Clinic or health department. Keep in mind that these questions determine your pre-eligibility only. Your responses and contact information will be kept confidential and will only be used by your local clinic to determine your final eligibility. You will need to be seen at a Ryan White Clinic or health department to determine your final eligibility for Ryan White services.
Eligibility for the Ryan White Program is based on the following factors:
- You must be HIV Positive
- You must live in Georgia
- You must have an income below 400% of the federal poverty guidelines
The Ryan White Program works with cities, states, and local community-based organization to provide HIV-related services to more than half a million people each year. The program is for those who do not have sufficient health care coverage or financial resources for coping with HIV disease. Ryan White fills gaps in care not covered by these other sources. The program also offers dental services for people living with HIV/AIDS and drug assistance through the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP).
To be eligible you must:
- Be diagnosed with HIV or AIDS
- Have an income too low to pay for care
- Have no health insurance or not enough insurance to pay for the care you need
For more information on the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program visit www.hab.hrsa.gov/abouthab/aboutprogram.
Anti-Retroviral Treatment and Access to Services (ARTAS) is an intervention aimed at linking individuals who are either newly diagnosed with HIV/AIDS or were in treatment but have dropped out of care to medical care. ARTAS is time- and session-limited meeting up to five sessions over a 90-day period with a Linkage Coordinator. The Linkage Coordinator’s role is to assist individuals with linking to medical care along with providing practical assistance, including providing transportation to a clinic, making contact with the clinic, notifying a partner, getting housing, and identifying other barriers to following through with medical care. ARTAS can help clients identify and overcome barriers to linking to medical care by identifying and accessing resources and personal strengths.
Please go to www.dph.georgia.gov/linkage-care to learn more about ARTAS and other linkage programs across the state of Georgia.