Because RCHD is closely monitoring and responding to COVID-19, some of our clinical programs will be closed. The immunization and Tuesday evening clinics will be closed. Creighton, Whitcomb, Broad Rock, and Hillside Resource Centers will also be closed. All other RCHD services will continue to operate.
Beginning July 5, 2017, the Resource Centers will begin charging insurers and clients for STI services. Click Here for more information.
Resource Centers are health clinics with a variety of services available in public housing communities, Broad Rock Community Center, and Southwood Apartments. All services are offered to anyone and cost is based on a financial eligibility sliding sale. The Resource Centers also refer and connect patients to primary care providers and other community services, empowering residents to get connected to the care they need.
CrossOver Healthcare Ministry provides quality and compassionate health care to the uninsured in the greater Richmond Metropolitan area. CrossOver offers a full continuum of health care services to the uninsured that includes: family medicine, primary care, obstetrics and pediatrics, podiatry, dental and vision care, mental health care, HIV diagnosis and treatment, and critical medications.
On this Cover Virginia you can learn about Virginia’s Medicaid and FAMIS programs for children, pregnant women and adults. You can also get information about health insurance options available through the Federal Marketplace. You can apply online or search for someone who can assist you with your application.
The Virginia Department of Social Services (VDSS) is a state supervised and locally administered social services system. The Department is responsible for administering a variety of programs, including Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Medicaid, Adoption, Child Care Assistance, Refugee Resettlement Services, and Child and Adult Protective Services.
Bon Secours Financial Assistance Program helps uninsured patients who do not qualify for government-sponsored health insurance and cannot afford to pay for their medical care. Insured patients may also qualify for assistance, depending on family income, family size and medical needs.