Ryan White CARE Act

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The federal Ryan White CARE Act provides health care for people with HIV disease. Enacted in 1990, it fills gaps in care faced by those with low-incomes and little or no insurance. HRSA's HIV/AIDS Bureau administers the program through hundreds of grantees, who serve 533,000 people each year.

90%+ of CARE Act clients have no private health insurance.

HRSA's HIV/AIDS Bureau

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