The Treatment Access Expansion Project (TAEP) was founded in 1996 with the mission of working to expand access to health care to low-income individuals living with HIV. Since that time, TAEP’s work has expanded to encompass the health care access needs of all low-income individuals living with chronic illnesses and disabilities.

In collaboration with national, state and local partners, TAEP seeks to secure, preserve, and promote access to the broad range of care, treatment and essential support services that are necessary to maintain health.

Currently, TAEP is actively engaged in efforts to protect the gains that have been made under the Affordable Care Act and other health care financing and delivery reforms to ensure that we continue to make progress in meeting the care and treatment needs of millions of people living with chronic illnesses and disabilities.

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