Hemophilia Assistance Program (HAP)

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Benefit Summary

The Hemophilia Assistance Program (HAP) helps people with hemophilia pay for their blood factor products. The rates are listed in Covered Products, Allowable Fees, Limitations and Requirements for FY 2014.

Eligibility Summary

The program is available to anyone who

  1. lives in Texas
  2. is 21 years of age or older
  3. has an income level at or below 200% of the federal poverty guidelines
  4. has a diagnosis of hemophilia from a licensed physician

You may apply to HAP year-round. Applications for the Hemophilia Assistance Program are available in English and Spanish.

Note:  Current clients must renew their applications before August 31 each year.


Contact the Hemophilia Assistance Program

Mailing Address:

Hemophilia Assistance Program
Department of State Health Services, MC 1938
P.O. Box 149347
Austin, TX 78714-9347

Physical Address:

We only receive special service deliveries such as UPS or Federal Express at this address. (Sólo recibimos entregas especiales de servicios como UPS o Federal Express en este domicilio.)

Purchased Health Services Unit
Department of State Health Services
1100 West 49th Street
Austin, TX 78756

Ask questions by phone:

Hemophilia Assistance Program Inquiry Line at 1-800-222-3986 — Toll Free
512/776-7150 — Austin
512/776-7162 — Fax

Send comments, questions, complaints, or broken links by e-mail to Hemophilia Assistance Program.  


Purchased Health Services Unit

The Hemophilia Assistance Program is part of the Purchased Health Services Unit (PHSU). The unit purchases services through its benefit programs for clients. The other programs in PHSU are the Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN) Services Program and the Kidney Health Care Program. Details about the other programs are on their web pages.

Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN) Services Program logo, link to homepage    Kidney Health Care Program logo, link to homepage    


Last updated January 14, 2014