The South Carolina Hemophilia Assistance Program (HAP) is a state-funded program provided by the Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) in partnership with Accessia Health. The HAP program was established to assist state residents with Hemophilia and von Willebrand Disease. The program offers insurance case management and financial assistance for private health insurance costs as well as co-payment assistance. The program was established to assist eligible patients with obtaining health insurance by funding premiums and co-pays. This insurance will cover blood disorders healthcare needs as well as comprehensive and preventive services. Accessia Health has been assisting patients with chronic conditions to obtain health insurance coverage since 1989.
Patients who meet the following criteria may be eligible for assistance:
Call the CYSHCN program main office at (803) 898-0784 or contact your nearest regional CYSHCN office below. Once your application is received from DHEC and evaluated for eligibility for this program, you will be referred to Accessia Health who will contact you by phone and mail to discuss your circumstances and assist you with locating a resource for health insurance. Accessia Health will work with you to determine if a private insurance policy offered in South Carolina meets your needs. Once enrolled / approved, Accessia Health can financially assist you with your insurance premium and co-pays.
For additional information, please visit the South Carolina Department of Health and Environment Control website
If you have questions about getting services for your child with special needs, please contact us.