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HIV Care Services

The Virginia Department of Health (VDH), Division of Disease Prevention has administered Ryan White Part B funding for HIV care services to persons living with HIV/AIDS in Virginia since 1991. A major part of Part B funding is for the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) that provides medications for low-income, uninsured individuals with HIV/AIDS. The remaining funds provide HIV care services, targeted to deliver medical care and support services to eligible individuals living with HIV/AIDS (financial eligibility information is found below). Ryan White funding is the payer of last resort. All grantees receiving Ryan White funding are required to participate in the development of a Statewide Coordinated Statement of Need (SCSN) document, which can be accessed below.

Ryan White Services & ADAP Income Requirements 

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  • ADAP: 400% FPL
  • RW Part B (statewide): 400% FPL

Ryan White Part B - Regional Consortia and Direct Service Providers

There are five (5) Health Regions in the Commonwealth and three (Northern, Northwest, and Southwest) have a Regional Consortium that coordinates and facilitates Ryan White Part B funds that are received in the region. In the Central and Eastern Regions, services are provided through a network of direct service providers. The Regional Consortia are a point of contact (PoC) for accessing information on all Ryan White funding, not only in their respective region, but throughout the State. Additionally, information on the Central and Eastern Regions, as well as the rest of the state, can be accessed by calling HIV Care Services at (855) 362-0658.

Northwest | Northern | Southwest | Central | Eastern
The Virginia Department of Health supports case management services with Ryan White Part B funds through regional consortia and direct service providers. Providers of Part B-funded case management follow statewide Standards that were developed through a collaborative effort between VDH and case management providers. The Standards and resources assist in service implementation.

Updates & Contractor Resources

Data Presentations



Cross Part



 Ryan White Updates

Planning Documents

Standards & Review



Region I – Northwest – receives RW Part B & C

Northwest HIV Care Consortium
Institute for Innovation in Health and Human Services
James Madison University
601 University Boulevard
MSC 9009
Harrisonburg, VA 22807
PoC:     Gary Race, Grants Coordinator 


Region II – Northern – receives RW Parts A, B, C & D

Northern Virginia HIV Consortium
Northern Virginia Planning District Commission
3060 Williams Drive, Suite 510
Fairfax, VA 22031
PoC:      Michelle Simmons, Director of Human Services

             (703) 642-4632              


Region III – Southwest –receives RW Parts B & C

Council of Community Services
502 Campbell Ave, SW
P.O. Box 598
Roanoke, VA 24004
PoC:      Mr. Robert F. Morrow, Director of Health Care Services
            (540) 985-0131

Region IV - Central – receives RW Parts B & C

Part B services in the Central Region are delivered through a network of direct service providers. Please call HIV Care Services at (855) 362-0658 for more information.

Region V - Eastern - receives RW Parts A, B, & C Part B services in the Eastern Region are delivered through a network of direct service providers. Please call HIV Care Services at (855) 362-0658 for more information.


Last Updated: 02-10-2015

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