Care Resource Coordination Virginia


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Care Resource Coordination

(CRC) is a program for people who tested positive for COVID-19 and need support to isolate at home safely.

Did you test positive and need support to isolate or quarantine at home safely?

If you or someone you know is actively isolating or quarantining at home and needs assistance, help can be made available at no cost to those that qualify. Your local care resource coordinator (CRC) can help identify local resources available to support you while you are in isolation or quarantine.

A District Approach to COVID-19 Relief

This program operates on a district level. Care Resource Coordination is managed by the Virginia Department of Health, local health jurisdictions and their partners. Each district has created or will create a network of community-based partners who connect people to services they are eligible for. Examples include medication delivery, health care, help applying for unemployment, local housing agencies, food banks, childcare providers and more. Help is given based on need.

Care Resource Coordination fulfills acute care needs by connecting people with resources. This makes it possible for people in isolation or quarantine to stay home. A local Care Resource Coordination coordinator helps people apply for local resources or services they may be eligible for. When isolation or quarantine ends, the care resource coordinator can connect people to longer-term local services to support ongoing health and social needs. Care Resource Coordination provides the information people need in their preferred language.

Need assistance related to COVID-19 infection? Contact your local health department. Find yours by using the locator links listed below.


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More information on CRC

Stephanie Konow

State Care Resource Specialist

Heather Harmon-Sloan

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