Resource Centers

Resource Centers Service Profile 2016
Jan-Dec 2016
Patient Visits
Total number of patient visits 3247
Total unduplicated number of medical patients 2381
Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Control*
Total number of patients screened for STI 1311
Percentage of patients screened for STI 74%
Total number of STI screenings 3609
Number of patients with positive STI 241
Percentage of patients with positive STI receiving treatment at RC 84%
Family Planning
Number of patients of childbearing age who received education regarding birth control options 1538
Percentage of patients of childbearing age who received education regarding birth control options 79%
Number of patients who received a long-term method of birth control 195
Percentage of pateints using long-term method of birth control who do not bcome pregnant within the next year 100%
Cancer Prevention
Number of patients who received a breast exam 133
Number of patietns who received a pap smear 258
Chronic Disease
Numer of patients receiving blood sugar screening 94
Number of patients receiving blood pressure screening 1873
Referrals for Health and Social Services
Number of total referrals from RCHD staff for any social or community service 3,935
Total number of community organizations 136
Referral and Navigation to a Medical Home
Number of patients referred to a medical home 503
Number of patients referred to a medical home and presenting for initial appointment 313
Percent of patients referred to a medical home and presenting for initial appointment** 62%
Healthcare Coverage Referrals
Number of patients referred to healthcare options 85
Number of patients referred for assistance with enrollment in Medicaid or FAMIS 37
Number of patients who submitted insurance applications 56
Number of patients who sumbitted Medicaid/FAMIS applications 30
Community Outreach and Education
Number of classes led or facilitated by CAs 576
Average number of classes led or facilitated by CAs each month 48
Number of outreach events led or facilitated by CAs 736
Average number of outreach events led or facilitated by CAs each month 61
* Percentage of patients screened and treated for STIs at all Resource Centers for FY 16
**At time of collection, 20% of referrals to medical homes had initial appointment pending
 

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Resource Name

What they do

Website

Care-A-Van Traveling clinic for uninsured clients care-a-van
Capital Area Health Network (multiple locations) CAHN provides healthcare services to insured, uninsured, Medicaid and Medicare patients with dignity and respect. Home | Capital Area Health Network – Richmond, VA
Daily Planet (multiple locations) The Daily Planet is a Community Healthcare Center providing team-based integrated healthcare. This includes: primary and behavioral health, as well as dental and eye care. The Daily Planet | Wellness for ALL
Crossover (multiple locations) 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. http://crossoverministry.org/
VCC at VCU The VCC Program provides access to affordable health care for uninsured individuals living in the Greater Richmond Metro and the Tri Cities areas. Virginia Coordinated Care Program – Virginia Commonwealth University Health System
Marketplace –CoverVA 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. Welcome to Cover Virginia
Common Help CommonHelp is the central, easy way to apply for and get help with assistance in Virginia.
DSS application to social services
Common Help
Virginia 211 Call center with contact info for resources

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.

2-1-1 Virginia

Home – Virginia Department of Social Services

Bon  Secours
Financial Assistance
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. Bon Secours Richmond Health System: Bon Secours financial assistance program
Fan Free  Clinic Fan Free Clinic (FFC) provides quality health services, especially to those least served, in a compassionate and non-judgmental environment. Medical Clinic | Health Brigade

 

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