ATTENTION: YOU MUST BE HIV POSITIVE TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THIS PROGRAM. Eligible individuals needing Ryan White CARE Act Title II services must be Oklahoma residents and have a documented HIV infection and/or documented AIDS diagnosis. Applicants with third payer prescription coverage/services such as insurance, or Medicaid prescription coverage will not qualify for HDAP, but might qualify for other Ryan White services. Applicants must have a documented monthly family household gross income (before deductions) of not more than 200% of the current Federal Poverty Guidelines, after out-of-pocket documented medical expenses are deducted from the gross monthly income. Eligible applicants may be placed on a waiting list due to demand exceeding resources. HIV services and eligibility requirements can be obtained through designated HIV consortia case managers at CarePoint, Inc. (405) 232-2437 or 1-800-285-2273, Red Rock Behavioral Health Services, (405) 524-6500 and Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center's Ryan White Title III program (405) 271-6434. Also the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Science's Ryan White Title III program (918) 382-5058 and Tulsa C.A.R.E.S. (918) 834-4194 or 1-800-474-4872 and the Oklahoma Department of Human Services AIDS Coordination and Information Services determines eligibility requirements and can assist clients in accessing Ryan White Title II services.
The program is open to all residents of the state of Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Drug Card is the statewide free prescription assistance program available to all Oklahoma residents. The program, launched January of 2007, is used to help the uninsured and underinsured in Oklahoma afford their prescription medications. However, all residents are eligible to take advantage of this program. Those with insurance can use the program on non-covered medications. Additionally, Oklahoma Drug Card can be used to supplement most health insurance plans including Health Savings Accounts (HSA) and High Deductible Plans. It can also be used as a Medicare Part D supplement by providing discounts on non-covered drugs. So far, Oklahoma Drug Card has saved residents nearly $10 million on prescription drug costs.
Residents can download free cards by visiting www.oklahomadrugcard.com. Any Oklahoma resident, regardless of age or income level, is able to obtain cards with no applications required. Residents can save up to 75% on some medications, with an average savings of about 30%. The program is completely confidential, and all cards are pre-activated and do not expire. The program is accepted at Kmart, CVS/pharmacy, Target, Walgreens, Walmart, and at more than 56,000 participating national and regional pharmacies.
With today's cost of health care, the Oklahoma Drug Card is your simple solution to the high cost of prescription medications. To print a free, pre-activated card, locate a nearby participating pharmacy, and even search medication pricing, simply visit the website at www.oklahomadrugcard.com.