Long-Term Care

Information about DCHS long-term care.

Page updated on Mar 23, 2016 at 4:02 PM

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Care Coordination is available to assess the needs of residents age 60 and over to connect them with appropriate services.

Community Based Care/Personal Care Screenings: The division conducts screenings for residents that require public assistance in payment for Community Based Care. A family services specialist and public health nurse will meet with the individual to determine if they qualify for home based care through the Medicaid Waiver program. Applicant must also meet financial requirements by applying for Long Term Care Medicaid.  Contact the Division of Aging and Adult Services at 703.746.5999 to request an assessment.

Nursing Facility Screenings: The division conducts screenings for residents that require public assistance to assist in payment for Nursing Facilities. A family services specialist and public health nurse will meet with the individual to determine if they qualify for nursing home placement through the Medicaid Waiver program. Applicant must also meet financial requirements by applying for Long Term Care Medicaid. Contact the Division of Aging and Adult Services at 703.746.5999 to request an assessment.

Click here for what to look for in a nursing facility, to search nursing facilities in Virginia and to see ratings.

Assisted Living Facility Screenings: The division conducts screenings for residents that require public assistance to assist in payment for assisted living facilities. Applicant must also meet financial requirements by applying for the Auxiliary Grant.  Contact the Division of Aging and Adult Services at 703.746.5999 to request an assessment.

Click Here to search Assisted Living Facilities in Virginia and to see ratings.

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