Your care coordinator is a resource to help you make sure you are getting the health services you need. Your care coordinator works with you to create a personalized care plan to meet your health needs and preferences, and helps answer questions about your health care.
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Still Have Questions About the Best Health Coverage Options for You?
We have a network of Application Assisters all over Virginia who can help make the process of applying for health coverage simple and easy.
Important COVID-19 Vaccine Update: Booster Shots Are Now Available for Children Ages 16 and 17
The FDA has approved COVID-19 booster shots for all children age 16 and older. All children ages 16 and older can now receive a booster shot to help keep them protected from COVID-19.
Reminder: The Plan Selection Period is Almost Over for Some Medallion Members
The Open Enrollment Period is almost over for some Medallion members. If you are currently eligible to change your health plan, you should have received a yellow letter in the mail with more information. The deadline to make a change is December 31, 2021.
Participate in On-Demand Coverage Trainings
If you want to help the thousands of eligible adults and their families sign up for health coverage, the SignUpNow training program offers on-demand workshops that you can participate in around your own schedule.
Find Housing Support Today
It’s important that every Virginian has a safe place to sleep at night. The Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) offers many resources that prevent homelessness in communities.
Connect With Your Doctor
Once you select your health plan, it’s time to choose your primary care provider (PCP). Your PCP is your family doctor who provides most of the health care you will ever need. He or she will also refer you to other providers for more specialized care.
COVID-19 Vaccine Update: All Adults Now Eligible for a Booster Vaccine
To protect yourself and your family, the Virginia Department of Health recommends that individuals who are 18 and older should receive a booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
- For the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines, boosters are recommended 6 months after the 2nd dose.
- For the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, the booster dose is recommended 2 months after the first dose.
Apply for Income Assistance
It is important that every family in Virginia has enough money to meet their basic needs. The Department of Social Services can help struggling families through the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program.
Get Help Covering Essential Services Through Virginia CommonHelp
In these difficult times, many Virginians are looking for assistance with essential services. Virginia CommonHelp makes it easy for you to apply for multiple Department of Social Services programs using one online application.