The Iowa TB Control Program provides medication for all LTBI, suspected, and confirmed cases of TB disease at no cost for individuals residing within the state of Iowa.

Treatment Regimens for Latent TB Infection (LTBI)

Guidelines for the Treatment of Latent Tuberculosis Infection: Recommendations from the National Tuberculosis Controllers Association and CDC, 2020

Medication Requests for LTBI

Treatment of TB Disease

Treatment options for TB disease vary depending on many factors (HIV status, drug resistance, pregnancy, and in the treatment of children). For full recommendations see the links below. Iowa Code 139A requires laboratories and health care providers to report suspected or confirmed cases of M. tuberculosis.

Contact the TB Control Program by phone to discuss ordering medication for the treatment of suspected/confirmed TB disease. Phone: (515) 281-8636 or (515) 281-7504.

Prescription Donation Program

Clinicians and Local Public Health Agencies that have unused TB medications are able to send them to the Iowa Prescription Drug Corporation (IPDC) for certification for re-use by the Iowa TB Control Program. Once meds have been certified they are sent back to our pharmacy to be reissued by our program.

Once the form below is completed, mail it and the medications to the address in the upper right corner of the form. The form only needs to be completed once and will be kept on file at IPDC for any future donations.

Donor Participation Form