WHAT is SADAP?
SADAP is the Sisters AIDS Drug Assistance Program. This program assists all individuals in the community regardless of race, age or gender. Eligibility for the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) is determined by very strict financial guidelines. Drug assistance services (co-pays and procurement) are available for individuals whose income is less than 200% of the federal poverty level. Any client whose monthly income is above the 200% level is denied assistance with their drug needs. SADAP address the AIDS community of working poor that are just above the county standards. The grants will provide coordinated medical co-pays and drug assistance alternatives. If you are Positive and need assistance the Sisters are here to serve you.
WHO is our program for?
SADAP is for individuals who are experiencing financial hardships regarding their HIV and AIDS medication. We assist those whose monthly income is less than 200% of the federal poverty level. Weather you have a new diagnosis, lost your job, or struggling financially – come talk to one of us and let us help you on the path to no shame, no guilt, happy fulfilling life.
WHEN does SADAP start to work for me?
As soon as you schedule your consultation by filling out the email below, or contacting (702) 250-1890 (Sister Prudence). Please allow the order up to 24 hours to contact you. After your consultation and it is determined you have met all the qualifications, you will begin to receive your medication within the next couple of days after your approval. Please discuss with your local nun about delivery options for your convenience.
WHERE did SADAP come from?
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence were born in San Francisco in the earliest years of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Their mission was clear; comfort and assist individuals in their community who were sick and dying, and to boldly go where no nun had gone before to bring awareness of this horrific and ravaging disease to the common man. Years later, your Sin Sity Sisters are here to continue boldly seeking out new and distinctive ways of assisting those among us who are not so disabled that they want to give up all semblance of normalcy in their lives.
WHY does SADAP exist?
The Sisters are here as a service to their community. They desire to see everyone live in happiness to their fullest potential. No one should live in fear or shame because of an illness that has been deemed by society as a death sentence. It doesn’t have to be. Medications and research have come a long way and extend the quality of life for those who are living with this disease. The Sisters wanted to ensure that the needs of the HIV/AIDS community in Las Vegas was met for ALL persons – and that no one was discriminated against based on income. Just because someone may be below the poverty line, does not mean they do not deserve the same opportunity in life to manage their health. The Sisters are here to serve the community – here to serve you – her to spread joy, love, and pass no judgment or guilt.
HOW do I apply?
Eligibility for the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) is determined by very strict financial guidelines. Drug assistance services (co-pays and procurement) are available for individuals whose income is less than 200% of the federal poverty level. Any client whose monthly income is above the 200% level is denied assistance with their drug needs. These clients are the ones we must help. SADAP will address the AIDS community of working poor that are just above the county standards. The grants will provide coordinated medical co-pays and drug assistance alternatives. SADAP will become a community AIDS Service Organization resource that is not addressed at this time, and because of the drastic cost of living increases in the valley it is more imperative than ever to tackle this issue. After reading the short description of the program, please fill out the application on our drop down menu.
Clients will go through standard CBO intake procedure to determine eligibility level and establish a care plan.
CBO will refer clients deemed ineligible for assistance with medications not listed on the state formulary to SADAP.
CBO will refer clients deemed financially ineligible for HIV medication assistance to SADAP.
SADAP directors will review each case individually.
Approved clients will receive assistance in one of the following categories:
Authorization to have prescriptions for HIV medications filled by SADAP pharmacy(s).
Authorization to have prescriptions for medications not listed on the state formulary filled by SADAP pharmacy(s).
Payments to Heath Insurance companies for continued coverage.
Payments to SADAP pharmacy(s) for required co-pays.
All information provided is confidential and will not be shared. If you do not hear back from us within six (6) business days, please call (702) 250-1890 Sister Prudence.