COVID-19 TJHD Local Resources

General Information about COVID-19

For the latest information on COVID-19 response and health and safety information, visit:

Virginia Department of Health

COVID-19 in Virginia
Frequently Asked Questions

Thomas Jefferson Health District COVID-19 Hotline

434-972-6261
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday–Friday

Virginia Department for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Accessible Information for Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Deafblind

Centers for Disease Control

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Information in other languages

International Neighbors Charlottesville
Legal Aid Justice Center

Social Media

Thomas Jefferson Health District

News Updates

Community Resources

SupportCville.com
flucares.com
Virginia Department of Social Services COVID-19 Resource website and mobile app: https://covid.virginia.gov/
Virginia Resources website: 211virginia.org
COVID-19 hotline at 877-ASK-VDH3

Testing Locations

If you are interested in learning about testing centers or feel you need to be tested, please call your primary care provider. If you do not have a primary care provider, you can contact a MedExpress COVID-19 Triage Center to make a screening appointment. Please note, you MUST call ahead, walk-in appointments are not available.

Charlottesville (Seminole Trail location) 434-978-3998
Staunton – 540-885-0629
Culpeper – 540-825-2202
Richmond – 804-346-0927
Lynchburg – 434-239-0627

Public Safety

First responders are a vital link in responding to COVID-19, as well as the recovery we are all anticipating. Please, stay home if possible. To keep our officers, firefighters, nurses, EMT’s, and the many others who must continue their important work, we MUST practice social distancing.

Going forward, you may see some changes in emergency response. First responders may wear additional personal protective equipment, or may ask you to meet them outside. Do not be alarmed. They are doing their best to keep you and themselves safe and healthy.

Lastly, answer all questions to the best of your ability. Accurate information is what will keep everyone safe in this difficult time.

Financial assistance/job security

Food Assistance

Daycare Assistance

Mental Health

Housing and Utility Support

Small Business Disaster Relief/Loans

Volunteer Opportunities

Media Inquiries

  • Kathryn Goodman, TJHD Public Information Officer
  • Phone: 434-270-4802
  • Email: TJHealthDistrict@gmail.com

 

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