Community Resources

AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP)

The AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) provides financial assistance to people diagnosed with HIV or AIDS.  The program provides eligible California residents with:

  • Free FDA-approved medications used in the treatment and suppression of HIV/AIDS and HIV/AIDS-related opportunistic infections.
  • Premium payment assistance for individuals enrolled in a private health insurance plan (for more information, visit the Health Insurance Premium Payment Assistance page)
  • Premium payment assistance for individuals enrolled in a Medicare Part C or Medicare Part D plan (for more information, visit the Medicare Premium Payment Program Assistance page)
General ADAP Eligibility Information Resources
Riverside County ADAP Enrollment/Annual Re-Enrollment Process
  1. Riverside County MS ADAP Enrollment/Re-Enrollment Services Phone Number: 951-486-4633
  2. Riverside County ADAP participants are required to re-enroll annually on their birthday and must call the above number to obtain instructions for submitting documentation to either enroll in ADAP for the first time or complete the required annual re-enrollment process
  3. You may not begin the annual re-enrollment process more than 45 days before your birthday
  4. For Riverside County, it is possible to submit the required annual re-enrollment documents via email, but you will have to call the ADAP Enrollment/Re-Enrollment Number above to make a phone appointment for the Enrollment Worker to go over the submitted documents with you
  5. There are three ways to return your forms. Email:, Fax: (951)486-4434, US Mail: MISP/ADAP PO BOX 9610 Moreno Valley, CA 92552.
  6. If you have complaints, issues, or need further assistance with either your enrollment or annual re-enrollment process, you can call the California Department of Public Health Client Services Call Center, Monday through Friday, from 8AM-5PM at 844-421-7050.

Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program

(Access to medical care, prescription coverage, state HIV/AIDS hotlines, find a provider, ADAP).

Comprehensive HIV Care: DAP Health

(Medical, Dental, Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Housing, Food, Transportation and Case Management. Most services administered through the Ryan White Program and limited to those who qualify. Consult the website for specifics.)

General LGBT Resources: The LGBTQ Center of the Desert

(Crisis management, emotional health, recovery, clinicians, suicide prevention, healthcare, homelessness, food distribution, marriage mediation and divorce, general support & well-being, senior & disabled support, assisted living, veterans, employment, domestic violence, undocumented immigration, legal assistance, Desert LGBT Organizations, Other resources).

Life and Estate Planning: PALS Planning Ahead for Lesbian and Gay Seniors

(Crisis management, housing, medical care and management, end of life information, legal advice fiduciary services (wills, trusts, etc.), transportation, housing, community support for seniors and socialization)

Senior Advocates of the Desert

(Crisis management, food assistance, emergency shelter, area senior community centers, transportation, legal advice and fiduciary services).

Mizell (Senior) Center

Nutrition, Social Services, and Case Management

(Medi-Cal, Cal Fresh (supplemental food assistance), in-home support services, affordable housing, social security and medicare applications, doctor, dentist, vision, hearing, counseling, transportation referrals, utility assistance applications, low cost medical equipment).  Some programs are for ages 60+ and some have income restrictions.

HIV & Aging: HARP HIV + Aging Research Project Palm Springs

(Links to various services related to monkeypox, covid and HIV/Aging and Research)

Inland Empire/Riverside County/Coachella Valley Resources:

Another source of help with housing, food, behavioral health, reduced cost services for medical care, job training in the Coachella Valley/Inland Empire

Riverside County Office on Aging

The Office on Aging (OOA), one of 52 County departments, is authorized by the Older Americans Act and the Older Californians Act. The department is charged with developing a system of care that offers safety net services for vulnerable older persons and adults with disabilities

AAP Food Samaritans

Nutritional Support for low-income people living with HIV/AIDS and other chronic diseases.


Special needs assistance for transgender and low income which includes Universal Basic Income Program ($800/month for 18 months Administered by DAP Health), mental health and housing for victims of domestic violence.

Income Based Utility Assistance Programs

Southern California Edison (SCE) Bill Assistance Programs

Desert Water Agency (DWA)

Southern California Gas (SoCalGas) Bill Assistance Programs

Affordable Connectivity Program

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a U.S. government program that helps many low income households pay for broadband service and internet connected devices.

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