The state Health Department will be allowed to move about $390,000 federal dollars into a program to help low-income AIDS patients buy drugs. The money will come from a federal housing program, meant to find housing for people with AIDS. That cash had been allocated to Arkansas, but not spent. Now, the money will be used to help keep the state`s drug-assistance program for people with AIDS afloat. The state had planned to cut up to 100 people from the program, because it didn`t have the money to keep paying for their AIDS medications.