Maryland AIDS Drug Assistance Program (MADAP) is working to ensure that people living with HIV/AIDS in Maryland have access to the medication they need to stay healthy. This page is designed for clients, case managers, healthcare providers, and other stakeholders to learn more about MADAP, access resources and updates on the program, ask questions, and share resources.
Upcoming MADAP Events
2023 Open Enrollment Webinars
Download the session slides from the 2023 MADAP Open Enrollment Webinar Series as PDFs.
MADAP Frequently Asked Questions
MADAP Glossary of Terms
Maryland Senior Prescription Drug Assistance Program (SPDAP)
Signed MADAP Service Standards
Critical Penicillin G Benzathine (Bicillin®) Shortage
The CDC and the United States FDA are reporting limited supply and impending depletion of stock for select Bicillin® L-A and Bicillin® C-R Prefilled Syringes. The earliest anticipated recovery date is Quarter 2 in 2024.
Meet the Faces Behind the Maryland AIDS Drug Assistance Program
The Alive! Maryland team spoke with a few of the faces behind MADAP operations to gain perspective on their motivations for engaging in this work and their hopes for the future of the program.
MADAP Operations Update: 8/8/2022
Update on the network outage that impacted the MDH information technology systems, including the MADAP client database and network.
The Partnership in Client Services Training Course is a 14-module foundational series laying the groundwork for understanding and applying MADAP and the various essential sub-topics. The learner can participate on their own schedule and re-visit the material as needed.Learn More
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Use this form to ask questions about MADAP, send comments, and share information and resources with the Maryland Department of Health. All questions will be reviewed and responded to by the MADAP team and information pertinent to the broader MADAP community will be shared below.
If a question is selected to be posted on this page, no identifying information will be included. Name, contact information, and organization are only collected for follow-up by MADAP staff if required, and to help us know who is using this website. Feedback and questions will also help guide future capacity-building efforts.
Please do not submit any personal health information. If you need immediate medical attention, please contact your healthcare provider or go to your local emergency room. This form is intended for people who provide care to or help navigate the process for MADAP patients or prospective patients.
Q: What will a question and answer look like on this page?
A: Thanks for asking. A Q & A will look like this and will allow for us to respond, and also to link to resources such as this: MADAP Operations Update: 4/14/22.
For any concerns or questions not addressed on this page, please contact the MADAP office at 410-767-6535 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.