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People living with HIV/AIDS may find help through the Minnesota HIV/AIDS Program. To learn more about how this program can help click on any of the areas that interest you:
Program HH pays for routine diagnostic, preventive and corrective dental procedures furnished under the supervision of an approved dentist. Procedures covered include:
Contact Program HH Customer Care at (651) 431-2398 with specific questions about procedures or prior authorization.
Pays most of a person's portion of the cost of many major drugs and generic type multiple vitamins used to treat or prevent HIV-related conditions. Drugs may be purchased at any outpatient pharmacy that is a Minnesota Health Care Programs provider.
Also as of July 1, 2004, persons are responsible for a small copay of $1 for generic and $3 for brand-name prescriptions.
HIV/AIDS Drug Formulary by:
Program HH offers the insurance premium assistance program to help clients obtain and keep insurance. To access this benefit you must not have access to health care benefits through another Minnesota Health Care Program such as Medical Assistance or MNCare. If you have access to health insurance through an employer you must accept that insurance, but if you pay more than 50% of the cost of the premium Program HH can assist with those premium payments.
Pays for limited outpatient counseling with any state-registered mental health professional who accepts Medical Assistance.
The mental health program does not cover the cost of medications, although there are a limited number of mental health medications available on the Program HH Drug Formulary for clients who have drug coverage through the HH Program.
Please review the covered services list for a complete list of covered codes. If you have additional questions you can contact Program HH Customer Care at (651) 431-2398.
The HH Program pays for up to $100 each month for enteral/nutritional supplements when prior authorized by a registered dietician. These products may be purchased at any outpatient pharmacy that is Minnesota Health Care Programs (MHCP) provider.
These products are typically bottled liquid drinks, which add calories and certain nutrients to the diet. The program does not cover food, vitamins or herbal nutritional supplements.
Greater MN Home-delivered Meals
If you are living with HIV/AIDS in Greater MN and have a planned surgery or extended illness due to HIV disease you may be eligible for the program. The Greater MN Home-delivered Meals Program provides well-balanced meals delivered to your door. You must meet with a registered dietician and get prior authorization to access this service. For your convenience, you can meet with the dietician at the Aliveness Project in person or by phone.
Contact your case manager, benefits specialist or Program HH Customer Care at (651) 431-2398 for more information
To be eligible for any of these programs, you must:
If you would like to apply or reapply, click here for the HIV/AIDS Application and/or Reapplication. Send the form to the address provided.
Applications are also available at many community and clinic-based sites.
Contact us with questions or feedback:
Twin Cities Metro area: (651) 431-2414 (voice) or (651) 431-7414 (fax)
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