1996 NASTAD/HRSA Reports

In early 1996, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) contracted with the National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD) to conduct the first ever survey of state AIDS Drug Assistance Programs; a follow-up was conducted six months later. These early survey reports, provided here, were the pre-cursors to the National ADAP Monitoring Project, a joint initiative of the Kaiser Family Foundation and NASTAD which began the following year.

The Fiscal Status of State AIDS Drug Assistance Programs: Findings from a January 1996 National Survey of State AIDS Directors (.pdf)

icon_reports_studies.gifFiscal Status Update of State AIDS Drug Assistance Programs: Preliminary Findings from an August 1996 National Survey of State AIDS Programs (.pdf)


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