Ryan White Grant Administration is the Administrative Agency for
Treatment Extension Act Part A and Minority AIDS Initiative
funding in the Houston area.
The federal Ryan White Program provides health care for people with HIV
disease. First enacted in 1990, it is intended to fill gaps in care
faced by those with low income and little or no insurance.
Since 1992, Ryan White Grant Administration has awarded and
administered over $300 million in funding to health and social service
agencies in the Houston Eligible Metropolitan Area (EMA), which includes
Harris, Fort Bend, Chambers, Liberty, Montgomery and Waller counties.
In 2010, over 10,000 people living with HIV/AIDS in the Houston EMA
received medical and supportive services through Ryan White Part A
The mission of Ryan White Grant Administration is to provide
consumer-focused administrative services, programmatic assistance and
technical support for Ryan White Program Part A-funded health and social
services with integrity, accountability and fiscal responsibility.