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HIV Care




The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare’s Ryan White Part B/AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) is offering funding for new applicants to administer Medical case management (MCM) and support services to persons living with HIV or AIDS, including access to laboratory test for current Ryan White Part B clients that is integral to their treatment of HIV infection and related complications.

The MCM services are to be delivered to clients in Health District Service Area 5 which include Blaine, Camas, Gooding, Lincoln, Jerome, Minidoka, Twin Falls and Cassia counties. The funding parameters can be found in the subgrant application. This opportunity is funded by the HIV Care Grant Program – Part B States/Territories Formula and AIDS Drug Assistance Program Formula and ADAP Supplemental grants (CFDA 93.917). 

The APPLICATION DEADLINE is 5:00 PM MT, September 1, 2020.  Applications must be submitted electronically at:

View the application here.

Applicants must provide the Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number with application or a statement affirming the Subgrantee will provide their DUNS number prior to subgrant award.

Applications will be evaluated and scored by consensus. The Ryan White Part B program will convene a committee of three (3) evaluators who will independently review each application to identify the strengths and weaknesses of each proposal. The evaluators will meet as a group to discuss each application and score the application. To be considered for a grant award, an application must score at least 80%. 

By applying, eligible applicants acknowledge the following requirements:

  • Applicants spending $750,000.00 or more in federal funds during the Subgrant fiscal year shall have a Single Audit performed according to 2 CFR 200.500-521 (previously OMB A-133) and shall provide proof of spending. 
  • Applicants shall comply with subaward and executive compensation reporting requirements as required by the Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act (FFATA). 
  • Applicants shall comply with Idaho Ryan White Part B Fiscal, Program Monitoring and Universal Monitoring standards available at:

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The Idaho Ryan White Part B Program (RWPB) provides services to people living with HIV by sub-contracting with agencies for medical case management (MCM) services and support services to enhance access to and retention in HIV medical care and treatment. The program provides HIV formulary medications through the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP). Additional support services include:

  • HIV diagnostic and monitoring labs to uninsured clients

  • Emergency financial assistance for essential services including utilities, housing, food

  • Medical transportation

  • Dental care services

  • Behavioral health support services

  • Linguistic services and referral for health care services to all clients meeting eligibility criteria

The Idaho RWPB also administers the HIV State Prescription Assistance Program (SPAP), known as the IDAGAP program.

To find out more about MCM services, ADAP, or IDAGAP, contact the

Idaho Case Management Agency

nearest you.


State Contact Information:

Idaho Ryan White Part B Program

450 W. State Street
P.O. Box 83720
Boise, ID 83720-0036
Phone: 208-334-5612
Fax: 208-332-7346


The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) provides federal funding for HIV/AIDS programs to individual states and territories. The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare receives this federal funding through The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Care Act.  The Idaho Ryan White Part B (RWPB) program receives the federal funding annually and serves an average of two hundred fifty to three hundred (250-300) clients a year throughout the state. RWPB HIV MCM Program goals are to link people living with HIV and AIDS (PLWH/A) to HIV-specific medical services and other community based medical services and permanent housing; enroll eligible clients in Medicare, Medicaid, or other designated payment sources; assess clients’ medical care and support needs; develop a plan of care for each individual; and follow and adjust the plan of care as needed.  In addition, RWPB-funded MCM is an integral part of the system of checks and balances necessary to ensure that Idaho’s PLWH/A receive quality care.