The Department of Human Services, Office of Medical Assistance Programs administers and operates three HIV/AIDS specific programs.  Some of these documents are in Adobe PDF format. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader, click on this link to download it.

1) AIDS Waiver Program - a federally approved special program which allows the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to provide certain home and community-based services not provided under the regular fee-for-service program to persons with symptomatic HIV disease or AIDS. 

Additional Information may be obtained from the Waiver Implementation Unit at the following address and number:
AIDS Waiver Program
PO Box 2675
555 Walnut Street, 5th Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17105-2675

2) Special Pharmaceutical Benefits Program (SPBP) is a program for low and moderate income individuals and families that helps pay for specific drug therapies used for the treatment of persons with HIV/AIDS or a DSM IV diagnosis for schizophrenia. The HIV/AIDS side of the SPBP is usually called AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) in other states.   APPLY HERE.

3) Targeted Case Management Program is a program that provides targeted medical assistance clients with access to comprehensive medical and social services to encourage the cost effective use of medical care and community resources, while ensuring the client's freedom of choice and promoting the well-being of the individual. Individuals who wish to enroll as Targeted Case Managers must complete a Base Provider Enrollment Application, an Outpatient Provider Agreement, and an HIV Provider Case Management Addendum.

This program was developed to help patients with low incomes receive the medication they need. The information on this page includes a program description, eligibility criteria, benefits information, instructions for completing the enrollment form, and a downloadable version of the application for enrollment.

If you have any questions regarding the SPBP, please call the SPBP staff Monday through Friday (with the exception of state holidays) from 9 AM to 4 PM at 1-800-922-9384 or visit the SPBP web site at the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services. All information supplied is strictly confidential.