Care Resource Coordination (CRC)
Care Resource Coordination is a program to assist those with human and social needs arising from or worsened by quarantine or isolation due to COVID-19. A Care Resource Coordinator (CRC) can connect those affected to local community organizations that may be able to assist with short-term needs, as well as ongoing needs following isolation or quarantine. Examples of local services provided by community partners include grocery assistance, utility bill payment assistance, benefits navigation for military/veterans, career development, legal services and more.
Doctors and laboratories are required by law to report positive COVID-19 test results to the local health district. If you test positive, you may be contacted by a contract tracer or case investigator, and they can refer you to the local care resource coordinator for assistance with care needs. Alternatively, you can contact the local CRC directly at WTHD_CRC@vdh.virginia.gov. For more information on Care Resource Coordination, please visit Care Resource Coordination Virginia.
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