Grantees

Explore the interactive map below to discover how VHCF grants are helping increase access to care for Virginia’s uninsured and medically underserved.

Loading…

Legend

  • Health Safety Net: Initiatives that provide medical, dental and/or mental health services to those who otherwise could not receive care
  • Child Health: Projects that identify and enroll eligible children in the state-sponsored child health insurance program
  • Medication Access: Programs that help uninsured, chronically ill Virginians obtain essential prescription medicines
  • Medical:
  • Dental:
  • Mental Health:

36.805797, -76.089719
36.7190149, -81.9462604
37.416221, -79.1514289
38.8354587, -77.0576133
37.570904, -77.4508479
36.9039689, -82.077502
38.8691936, -77.2237086
36.7359621, -79.9591663
36.987939, -76.411776
37.1370842, -80.5498175
38.333027, -77.474619
36.879213, -76.217084
38.8391053, -77.0652513
37.7076457, -78.9338925
36.8353899, -76.346462
36.780583, -76.265507
37.3265112, -80.7350711
37.082008, -80.5122009
36.7096195, -78.107315
37.3818626, -75.7334594
37.4136134, -79.1410743
37.033902, -76.353155
38.3867111, -79.6432723
37.3041337, -79.9599122
36.6907448, -79.8723886
37.610708, -77.521554
36.998137, -76.42411
36.58597, -79.3953985
38.4690093, -77.8831253
37.5196163, -77.4496701
37.567681, -77.479391
37.544842, -77.456761
36.9705425, -78.1962083
36.9276758, -80.0224684
38.8326797, -77.0596847
38.8826205, -77.1055767
38.849457, -77.317487
38.6737934, -77.3398703
38.869632, -77.223725
39.119939, -77.568648
38.905405, -77.127691
37.5578876, -77.4624437
37.7076457, -78.9338925
37.65036, -77.580606
37.6185646, -78.2768058
37.531199, -77.425466
37.6185646, -78.2768058
37.0565361, -78.638334
38.074565, -78.497649
37.5771026, -77.4622039
37.4136134, -79.1410743
37.7199129, -75.6710638
37.6537979, -76.612411
37.3818626, -75.7334594
37.3312759, -75.8508415
37.6901969, -76.3189125
37.7253837, -77.9784927
36.805797, -76.089719
36.8563509, -76.301948
36.848756, -76.166769
37.3520581, -77.0750198
37.7487579, -77.1393643
36.780583, -76.265507
36.859117, -76.305592
36.847557, -76.3040351
37.1247085, -76.8467958
38.074418, -78.475601
37.082845, -76.464715
36.987939, -76.411776
37.6185646, -78.2768058
36.7096195, -78.107315
36.58, -79.4
36.5966681, -79.4149641
36.544075, -78.3175544
36.8847942, -77.2086105
36.5917559, -79.405232
36.9705425, -78.1962083
36.8771934, -78.3550186
36.9343872, -77.2310791
37.2464713, -79.9724542
36.800045, -76.5159988
37.1784372, -81.148053
36.9443659, -81.0455659
36.8284, -82.467569
36.9835783, -82.5889302
36.6923713, -82.3326492
36.6970139, -82.0139199
36.8241157, -81.539566
36.8801829, -81.7563132
36.9210853, -81.7444381
36.6151507, -81.5994887
36.7554916, -83.0322732
38.0328521, -78.5007656
36.7554916, -83.0322732
37.3118038, -79.5272827
37.2623893, -79.9452381
37.2515924, -79.9435386
37.27, -79.94
37.1299, -80.4023
36.9684775, -79.8751213
37.1299, -80.4023
37.2284999, -80.4111999
37.588723, -80.547454
37.0477272, -80.7764974
37.2176895, -79.904129
37.2698515, -79.9511362
37.1376132, -80.5503005
37.2769355, -79.934349
36.9276758, -80.0224684
37.792932, -79.997338
38.093991, -78.980276
38.4413642, -78.8759231
39.19, -78.15
38.4495688, -78.8689155
38.448278, -78.869518
38.3867111, -79.6432723
38.297291, -77.4617038
37.7295913, -79.376419
38.8692283, -78.5676116
38.923063, -78.194276
38.030777, -78.502078
36.8908119, -82.6231002
38.8734139, -77.305714
38.031109, -78.475094
36.7808828, -76.5845075
36.712098, -78.9126996
37.544842, -77.456761
37.245443, -76.65313
37.272565, -76.498022
37.230973, -76.5550559
37.7104135, -76.379669
37.308546, -76.7512859
37.1784372, -81.148053
36.6579248, -80.9230176
36.6215683, -81.1545348
36.8332822, -81.5128762
36.9210853, -81.7444381
36.5962936, -82.2095238
36.8763695, -81.7692137
36.9480252, -81.0814177
36.7039665, -81.4363366
36.7178723, -80.5185972
37.308546, -76.7512859
36.8353899, -76.346462
36.6962209, -79.6353912
37.0550392, -78.6374135
38.0708343, -76.7754251
36.8669, -76.28757
38.42616, -78.856645
38.953627, -77.411953
37.230973, -76.5550559
38.848508, -77.1314079
36.8844327, -76.3002745
38.635999, -77.284421
38.751419, -77.478607
36.71, -81.98
38.0926727, -76.7985029
37.5441708, -77.4320124
36.68, -79.85
37.5196163, -77.4496701
36.847557, -76.3040351
37.416221, -79.1514289
38.3091157, -77.4829204
37.9872207, -78.0631866
38.8734139, -77.305714
36.8586219, -76.30479
38.031109, -78.475094
37.664695, -77.450266
37.607522, -77.51147
37.618038, -77.498609
38.51, -78.94
37.13, -80.41
37.7487579, -77.1393643
37.2237312, -77.4056799
38.0429249, -78.483033
37.3520581, -77.0750198
37.6987563, -75.718409
37.245443, -76.65313
37.4771969, -75.859671
37.272565, -76.498022
37.653837, -77.49301
37.8038321, -79.4268137
37.0864072, -76.4730391
37.53902, -77.44072
37.5844058, -77.5124795
37.6509857, -77.6351318
36.862421, -82.781133
38.031109, -78.475094
37.3236596, -80.7232656
37.4384434, -77.5974583
36.8801829, -81.7563132
37.541104, -77.4306626
36.6110065, -79.4058212
36.879213, -76.217084
38.2158279, -78.0797424
37.540322, -77.440949
37.7071507, -78.93463489999999
38.0429249, -78.48303299999998
37.6617618, -79.78484220000001
Beach Health Clinic

3396 Holland Road, Suite 102
Virginia Beach, Virginia 24314

The Beach Health Clinic’s Indigent Patient Program received RxRelief Virginia funding. This funding made it possible for the clinic to add an additional Medication Assistance Caseworker and help hundreds of additional individuals from Virginia Beach access free medications from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs via The Pharmacy Connection software provided by VHCF. Among the other initiatives VHCF has funded at the Beach Health Clinic is the addition of a nurse practitioner, enabling the clinic to expand its hours and serve an additional 1,000 adults yearly.

Phone: 757-428-5601

http://www.beachhealthclinic.org

Mt. Rogers MAP - Ecumenical Faith in Action

798 Hillman Highway
Abingdon, Virginia 24212

Ecumenical Faith in Action is a part of the Mt. Rogers Medication Assistance Program (MAP), a partnership of service sites located in the Mt. Rogers Planning District in Southwest Virginia. Each community partner has medication assistance caseworkers on staff using VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software to access free medications for uninsured individuals.

Phone: 276-628-4813

Johnson Health Services

320 Federal Street
Lynchburg, Virginia 24504

As a former VHCF Project Connect grantee, Johnson Health Center is helping enroll eligible, uninsured children and pregnant women from Amherst, Appomattox, Bedford and Campbell counties and the cities of Bedford and Lynchburg in the state-sponsored health insurance programs for children, FAMIS and FAMIS Plus. Project Connect grants are made possible with funding from the Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services and the Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Foundation.

Phone: 434-947-5967

http://www.jhcvirginia.org

Neighborhood Health

PO Box 2518
Alexandria, Virginia 22301

VHCF has provided a number of grants to this community health provider, the latest of which added a physician for the Adult Medical Clinic. Among other recent grants are funding for a full-time nurse practitioner and a full-time medical assistant to care for walk-in patients and those with women\'s health issues as well as a grant through A New Lease on Life: Health for Virginians with Mental Illness. That grant increased access to basic mental health services and prescription medications for the clinic\'s patients, and provided medical care to uninsured clients of ACBHD and ACSB. Other VHCF grants to Neighborhood Health have helped underwrite the salary and benefits of a part-time physician to provide primary medical care to uninsured and medically underserved patients of the center’s Adult Medicine Clinic, start-up funds for the Arlandria Health Center which provides accessible primary and preventive health services to medically indigent Hispanic women and children in the City of Alexandria, as well as funding to hire an additional physician for the Adult Medicine Clinic and support for Clinical Mental Health Services for El Centro Familiar. In addition, through Project Connect, VHCF has helped the organization enroll eligible children and mothers from Arlington and Alexandria in FAMIS, Virginia’s maternal and child health insurance programs.

Phone: 703-535-5568

http://www.neighborhoodhealthva.org/

Children's Hospital

2924 Brook Road
Richmond, Virginia 23220

Funding from VHCF enabled Children's Hospital of Richmond to hire a second full-time dentist, allowing it to treat more patients, especially older children and adolescents, including Richmond area children with FAMIS and FAMIS Plus health insurance.

Phone: 804-321-7474

http://www.childrenshosp-richmond.org

Cumberland Plateau Health District

155 Rogers Street
Lebanon, Virginia 24266

As a VHCF Project Connect grantee, the Cumberland Plateau Health District is helping enroll eligible, uninsured children from Buchanan, Dickenson, Lee, Russell, Scott, Smyth, Washington and Wise counties and the city of Norton in the state-sponsored health insurance programs for children, FAMIS and FAMIS Plus. Project Connect grants are made possible with funding from the Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services and the Anthem Blue Cross.

Phone: 276-889-7621

http://www.vdh.virginia.gov/lhd/cumbplat/

Inova Partnership for Healthier Kids

8110 Gatehouse Road
Falls Church, Virginia 22042

Inova Health System Partnership for Healthier Kids received VHCF funding to establish an intensive care coordination initiative to identify school-age children in need of primary care and/or immunizations and link them to an appropriate provider. In addition, as a VHCF Project Connect grantee, Inova PHK is helping enroll eligible, uninsured children from Alexandria, Fairfax City, Fairfax County, Loudoun County and Falls Church in the state-sponsored health insurance programs for children, FAMIS and FAMIS Plus. Project Connect grants are made possible with funding from the Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services and the Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Foundation.

Phone: 703-321-1993

http://www.inova.org/inova-in-the-community/partnership-for-healthier-kids/accesstocare.jsp

Martinsville Henry County Coalition for Health and Wellness

Bassett Family Practice
324 TB Stanley Hwy, Suite C
Bassett, Virginia 24055

As a VHCF child health grantee, MHCCHW is providing direct enrollment assistance to families seeking health care services at Bassett Family Practice and the Free Clinic of Martinsville. In addition, MHCCHW is partnering with Martinsville City and Henry County school nurses to conduct outreach to eligible families about the state-sponsored health insurance program for children and pregnant mothers. Project Connect grants are made possible with funding from the Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services and the Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Foundation.

Phone: 276-638-2523

http://healthycommunitymhc.org

Peninsula Institute for Community Health

1033 28th Street
Newport News, Virginia 23607

As a VHCF Project Connect grantee, PICH is helping enroll eligible, uninsured children from Hampton, Newport News and Suffolk in the state-sponsored health insurance programs for children, FAMIS and FAMIS Plus. Project Connect grants are made possible with funding from the Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services and the Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Foundation.

Phone: 757-591-2160

http://www.pich.org

Radford University FAMIS Outreach Project

PO Box 6958
Radford University
Radford, Virginia 24142

As a VHCF Project Connect grantee, the Radford University FAMIS Outreach Program is helping enroll eligible, uninsured children from Carroll, Floyd, Giles, Grayson, Montgomery, Pulaski and Wythe counties and the cities of Galax and Radford in the state-sponsored health insurance programs for children, FAMIS and FAMIS Plus. The program utilizes students to reach and enroll children and pregnant women by partnering with community organizations including VEC offices, WIC clinics, free clinics, community college action agencies and area school divisions.

Phone: 866-902-6747

Stafford County Head Start

610 Gayle Street
Fredericksburg, Virginia 22405

As a VHCF Project Connect grantee, Stafford County Head Start is helping enroll eligible, uninsured children from Stafford County in the state-sponsored health insurance programs for children, FAMIS and FAMIS Plus. Project Connect grants are made possible with funding from the Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services and the Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Foundation.

Phone: 540-368-2559

http://stafford.schoolfusion.us/modules/cms/pages.phtml?pageid=19740

Southeastern Tidewater Opportunity Project, Inc.

2551 Almeda Avenue
Norfolk, Virginia 23513

As a VHCF Project Connect grantee, STOP is helping enroll eligible, uninsured children and pregnant women from Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth and Virginia Beach in the state-sponsored health insurance programs for children, FAMIS and FAMIS Plus.

Phone: 757-858-1360

Neighborhood Health

PO Box 2518
Alexandria, Virginia 22301

Neighborhood Health expanded its Medication Assistance Program by using RxRelief Virginia funding from VHCF. The funds helped add a full-time Medication Assistance Caseworker (MAC) to assist eligible individuals primarily from Alexandria City and Arlington and Fairfax counties. Free medications are obtained by the MAC from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs via The Pharmacy Connection software provided by VHCF. VHCF has provided a number of grants to this community health provider. Grants have included start-up funds for the Arlandria Health Center which provides accessible primary and preventive health services to medically indigent Hispanic women and children in the City of Alexandria, as well as funding to hire an additional physician for the Adult Medicine Clinic and support for Clinical Mental Health Services for El Centro Familiar. The most recent VHCF grant for Neighborhood Health is to help underwrite the salary and benefits of a part-time physician to provide primary medical care to uninsured and medically underserved patients of the center’s Adult Medicine Clinic. Other VHCF support, through Project Connect, has helped the organization, formerly known as ANHSI, enroll eligible children and mothers from Arlington and Alexandria in FAMIS, Virginia’s maternal and child health insurance programs.

Phone: 703-535-5566x105

http://www.neighborhoodhealthva.org/

Blue Ridge Medical Center

4038 Thomas Nelson Highway
Arrington, Virginia 22922

With the help of VHCF’s RxRelief Virginia grant, BRMC expanded its Medication Assistance Program by adding a full-time Medication Assistance Caseworker (MAC). The MAC has assisted hundreds of eligible individuals residing in Nelson, Albemarle and Amherst counties. Needed medications were obtained from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs via The Pharmacy Connection software provided by VHCF.

Phone: 434-263-4000

Maryview Foundation Healthcare Center

3600 High Street
Portsmouth, Virginia 23707

Through an RxRelief Virginia grant from the Virginia Health Care Foundation, the Maryview Foundation Healthcare Center employed a Medication Assistance Caseworker (MAC) to assist eligible individuals with accessing medicines from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs at little to no cost via VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software.

Phone: 757-215-3118

http://www.bshsi.com

Chesapeake Care Free Clinic

2145 South Military Highway
Chesapeake, Virginia 23320

Through a RxRelief Virginia grant from the Virginia Health Care Foundation, Chesapeake Care Free Clinic employed a Medication Assistance Caseworker (MAC) to assist eligible individuals with accessing medicines from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs at little to no cost via VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software. In addition, the free clinic received a VHCF grant to underwrite the salary and benefits of a full time IT Specialist to manage the clinic’s numerous electronic database systems. By dedicating a full time staff person to its IT operations, the clinic will be able to ensure that technology is used to its full potential by volunteers and staff.

Phone: 757-545-5700

http://www.chesapeakecare.org

Carilion Giles Memorial Hospital

159 Hartley Way
Pearisburg, Virginia 24134

With a VHCF RxRelief Virginia grant, the hospital established a Medication Assistance Program to help patients obtain the medications they desperately need. The Hospital is now able to provide for more patients with the addition of a full-time Medication Assistance Caseworker (MAC) to assist hundreds of eligible individuals from Giles, Craig and Monroe Counties. The MAC assists with accessing free medications from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs via The Pharmacy Connection software provided by VHCF. Additional VHCF Project Connect funding supported efforts to enroll children in state-sponsored health insurance.

Phone: 540-922-4283

http://www.carilion.com/Community/SitePage/SitePage.asp?App=SitePages&docid=6F98F3C2B68D47509B195EA94B8C0150

Carilion New River Valley Medical Center

2900 Tyler Road
Radford, Virginia 24141

Carilion New River Valley Medical Center received an RxRelief Virginia grant to underwrite a Medication Assistance Caseworker (MAC) position. Using VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software, the program helps over 1,200 chronically ill patients each year receive their medications at little to no cost. These patients are uninsured or have no drug coverage.

Phone: 540-731-2423

http://www.carilion.com/Community/SitePage/SitePage.asp?App=SitePages&docid=D0CD23BFE9FD406DA5D197F134DB70C4

Community Memorial Healthcenter

PO Box 90
South Hill, Virginia 23970

Community Memorial Healthcenter received an RxRelief Virginia grant from VHCF. The money provided support for a full time Medication Assistance Caseworker (MAC) to assist eligible individuals, primarily from Brunswick, Lunenburg, and Mecklenburg Counties with accessing free medications from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs via VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software.

Phone: 434-447-3151

http://www.cmh-sh.org

Eastern Shore Rural Health System, Inc.

PO Box 1039
Nassawadox, Virginia 23413

Phone: 757-414-0400

http://www.esrh.org

Free Clinic of Central Virginia (MedsHelp)

1016 Main Street
Lynchburg, Virginia 24348

With the use of a VHCF RxRelief grant, the Free Clinic of Central Virginia’s MedsHelp program was able to expand their services to residents of Bedford County and additional residents in Lynchburg. This funding enabled them to hire a full-time Medication Assistance Caseworker (MAC) to supplement the work of their existing full-time MAC. The MAC spends two days per week in Bedford and the remaining three in Lynchburg helping patients with accessing free medications from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs via VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software.

Phone: 434-847-5866

http://www.fccv.net

Hampton Roads Ecumencial Lodgings and Provisions, Inc.

317 Rip Rap Road
Hampton, Virginia 23669

The Hampton Ecumenical Lodgings and Provisions (HELP) Free Clinic and the Peninsula Christian Free Clinic received a RxRelief Virginia grant from VHCF to establish a Medication Assistance Program. This funding enabled them to go from a .5 FTE Medication Assistance Caseworker (MAC) to a full-time MAC shared between the two clinics providing both evening and daytime hours. The MACs utilize the Pharmacy Connection software supplied by VHCF to access free medications from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs. Now the clinics are able to meet the long-term prescription medication needs of their uninsured, chronically ill patients from Hampton and Newport News.

Phone: 757-850-8956

http://www.stjohnshampton.org/outreach.asp#HELP

Highland Medical Center

PO Box 490
Monterey, Virginia 24465

Through an RxRelief Virginia grant from the Virginia Health Care Foundation, Highland Medical Center employed a Medication Assistance Caseworker (MAC) to assist eligible individuals with accessing medicines from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs at little to no cost via VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software.

Phone: 540-468-3300

New Horizons Healthcare

3716 Melrose Ave. NW
Roanoke, Virginia 24017

New Horizons Healthcare was able to hire an additional Medication Assistance Caseworker (MAC), funded by VHCF’s RxRelief Virginia, to boost the center’s productivity and increase their capacity to help eligible individuals receive medications they need but cannot afford from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs via VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software.

Phone: 540-362-0360

http://www.kuumbahealth.com

Martinsville Henry County Coalition for Health and Wellness

22 East Church Street, Suite 311
Martinsville, Virginia 24112

RxRelief Virginia funding from VHCF helped underwrite three Medication Assistance Caseworker (MAC) positions in MEDAssist of Martinsville/Henry County and MEDAssist of Patrick County programs. MACs help eligible individuals primarily from Henry and Patrick Counties and the city of Martinsville with accessing free medications from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs utilizing VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software.

Phone: 276-638-2523x311

http://www.healthycommunitymhc.org

Medical Society of Virginia Foundation

2924 Emerywood Parkway, Suite 300
Richmond, Virginia 23294

DOC RxRelief helps Virginians without prescription insurance coverage obtain the medications they need, free-of-charge. The program assists private practice physicians in navigating pharmaceutical company application processes for donation of prescribed medications. A full-time Patient Advocate using VHCF's The Pharmacy Connection (TPC) software directly assists patients with the application process. This program benefits both patients and private physician practices.

Phone: 804-353-2721

http://www.msvfoundation.org/initiatives/medaccess.htm

Peninsula Institute for Community Health

4714 Marshall Avenue
Newport News, Virginia 23607

With a RxRelief Virginia grant from Virginia Health Care Foundation, Peninsula Institute for Community Health expanded its Medication Assistance Program by hiring an additional full-time Medication Assistance Caseworker (MAC). The additional MAC assists eligible individuals primarily from Hampton Roads, enabling them to access free medications from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs via VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software.

Phone: 757-380-8709

http://www.pich.org

Piedmont Access to Health Services

705 Main Street
Danville, Virginia 24541

With help of RxRelief Virginia funding from VHCF, Piedmont Access to Health Services (PATHS) expanded its Southside Virginia MEDAssist Program. These funds supported the hiring of and additional 2.5 Medication Assistance Caseworkers (MACs); adding to the 2.5 existing MACs. MACs help eligible individuals primarily from Danville and Pittsylvania County with accessing free medications from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs utilizing VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software.

Phone: 434-791-3630

http://pathsinc.org

Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services Board

PO Box 1568
Culpeper, Virginia 22701

RxRelief Virginia funding from VHCF enabled the Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services Board to underwrite a Medication Assistance Caseworker (MAC) to help eligible individuals access free medications from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs utilizing VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software.

Phone: 540-825-3100

http://www.rrcsb.org

Cross Over Health Clinic

108 Cowardin Avenue
Richmond, Virginia 23224

Through a RxRelief Virginia grant from the Virginia Health Care Foundation, the Cross Over Health Clinic employed a Medication Assistance Caseworker (MAC) to assist eligible individuals with accessing medicines from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs at little to no cost via VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software.

Phone: 804-233-5016

http://www.crossoverministry.org

Fan Free Clinic

1010 North Thompson Street
Richmond, Virginia 23230

Through a RxRelief Virginia grant from the Virginia Health Care Foundation, Fan Free Clinic employed a Medication Assistance Caseworker (MAC) to assist eligible individuals with accessing medicines from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs at little to no cost via VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software.

Phone: 804-358-8538

http://www.fanfreeclinic.org

Center for High Blood Pressure

1200 West Cary Street
Richmond, Virginia 23220

VHCF funding allowed this free clinic to add a full time nurse practitioner and expand services for uninsured residents of metro Richmond. A separate RxRelief Virginia grant allowed the clinic to employed a Medication Assistance Caseworker (MAC) to assist eligible individuals with accessing medicines from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs via VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software.

Phone: 804-359-9375

http://www.rahbpc.org

Southern Dominion Health Systems, Inc.

1508 K-V Road
Victoria, Virginia 23974

RxRelief Virginia funding from VHCF made it possible for SDHS to possible to obtain a Medication Assistance Caseworker to administer a medication assistance program throughout the four counties it serves, utilizing VHCF's Pharmacy Connection software.

Phone: 434-696-2165

http://www.sdhsinc.com

Tri-Area Community Health at Ferrum MAP

40 Wiley Drive
Ferrum, Virginia 24088

Tri-Area Health Clinic was able to expand its current MAP program by using RxRelief Virginia funding to employ a Medication Assistance Caseworker (MAC) at the Ferrum Community Health Center. The MAC assists eligible individuals, primarily from Franklin County, by applying for free medications on their behalf from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs via VHCF's The Pharmacy Connection software.

Phone: 276-398-2292

Neighborhood Health

PO Box 2518
Alexandria, Virginia 22301

As a VHCF Project Connect grantee, Neighborhood Health is helping enroll eligible, uninsured children from Alexandria and Arlington in the state-sponsored health insurance programs for children, FAMIS and FAMIS Plus. VHCF has provided a number of other grants to this community health provider. Grants have included start-up funds for the Arlandria Health Center which provides accessible primary and preventive health services to medically indigent Hispanic women and children in the City of Alexandria, as well as funding to hire an additional physician for the Adult Medicine Clinic and support for Clinical Mental Health Services for El Centro Familiar. The most recent VHCF grant for ANHSI is to help underwrite the salary and benefits of a part-time physician to provide primary medical care to uninsured and medically underserved patients of the center’s Adult Medicine Clinic. Project Connect grants are made possible with funding from the Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services and the Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Foundation.

Phone: 703-535-5568

http://www.neighborhoodhealthva.org/

Arlington Free Clinic

3833 North Fairfax Drive, Suite 400
Arlington, Virginia 22203

VHCF grants helped make it possible for the Arlington Free Clinic to operate three specialty medical clinics each month to supplement the general medical services offered in the weekly general clinic. The clinics provide comprehensive care in a setting familiar to patients, many of whom do not speak English. VHCF funding also enabled the Arlington Free Clinic to expand its hours and services at its satellite clinic in Arna Valley, a low-income housing complex occupied primarily by Hispanic residents. The most recent VHCF grant enabled the Arlington Free Clinic to help fund construction of the Timely Access to Care area of the clinic’s new facility. The new space will enable the free clinic to provide an estimated 3,000 additional patient visits per year.

Phone: 703-979-1425

http://www.arlingtonfreeclinic.org

Fairfax Community Health Care Network

10777 Main Street, Suite 202
Fairfax, Virginia 22030

VHCF funding helped the Fairfax Community Health Care Network (CHCN) open and operate a third primary care center in the northwestern part of Fairfax County to serve low-income, uninsured residents.

Phone: 703-246-2962

http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/hd/

Greater Prince William Area Community Health Center

4379 Ridgewood Center Drive, Suite 102
Woodbridge, Virginia 22192

Among VHCF funding provided the Greater Prince William Area Community Health Center (GPWCHC)is a grant to dramatically expand access to dental care. The Center received a $75,000 grant to support its dental practice for uninsured area residents. New funding through A New Lease on Life provides basic mental health services and prescription medications for GPWCHC patients as well as providing medical care to consumers of the Prince William Community Services Board through GPWCHC’s mobile van.

Phone: 703-680-7950

http://www.gpwhealthcenter.org

Inova Health System Foundation Pediatric Center

8100 Gatehouse Road, Suite 200 East
Falls Church, Virginia 22042

When launching a new program to provide free primary care services for 1,300 uninsured children through the efforts of volunteer physicians, the Inova Health System Foundation turned to VHCF for funding to provide continuity of care via paid nursing/nurse practitioner staff positions.

Phone: 703-321-1997

http://www.inova.org

Loudoun Community Health Center

224 Cornwall Street, NW
Leesburg, Virginia 20176

Funding from VHCF enabled this new community health center to add its first full-time physician/medical director, and, once established, to provide partial salary support for a physician and a medical director.

Phone: 703-443-2000

http://www.loudounchc.org

Marymount University Physical Therapy at Arlington Free Clinic

2807 North Glebe Road
Arlington, Virginia 22207

A grant from VHCF helped establish a physical therapy clinic for uninsured clients of the Arlington Free Clinic.

Phone: 703-284-5980

http://www.marymount.edu

Access Now

2201 West Broad Street, Suite 205
Richmond, Virginia 23220

VHCF funding is helping expand and improve care through Access Now, underwriting the salary and benefits of a full-time project manager who coordinates pro bono medical care for eligible uninsured patients by medical specialists in the Greater Richmond area.

Phone: 804-622-8143

http://accessnow.ramdocs.org/accessnow/accessnow1.html

Blue Ridge Medical Center

4038 Thomas Nelson Highway
Arrington, Virginia 22922

BRMC has received several grants from VHCF, enabling them to add space and equipment and provide urgent care, increase its capacity to provide primary care, precept health professions students from UVA, and establish a telemedicine link with UVA. BRMC also received funding for a nurse practitioner and nursing assistant to provide care at 11 Nelson County "Health Depot" sites. In addition, BRMC has received RxRelief funding to establish a medication assistance program for uninsured, chronically ill residents. Its latest VHCF grant allowed the clinic to provide on-site dental care for more than 2,200 area residents each year, through funding for a full-time dentist.

Phone: 434-263-4000

http://www.healthsystem.virginia.edu/internet/familymed/student-programs/clerkship/preceptors/blueridgemc.c

Bon Secours Care-A-Van Mobile Clinic

4121 Cox Road, Suite 110
Glen Allen, Virginia 23060

VHCF funding helped sponsor the 'Care-A-Van,' a mobile medical unit providing on-site immunizations, flu shots, and blood pressure checks for low-income children and their parents in the Richmond metropolitan area.

Phone: 804-545-1930

http://www.bonsecours.com

Buckingham County Rural Mental Health Initiative

PO Box 220
New Canton, Virginia 23123

VHCF funding has helped to support the Buckingham County Rural Mental Health Initiative.

Phone: 434-581-3271

http://www.cvhsinc.org

Capital Area Health Network - Vernon J. Harris Community Health Center

2025 East Main Street
Richmond, Virginia 23223

VHCF funding enabled this Richmond clinic to add a full-time Licensed Clinical Social Worker and the supervisory services of a contracted psychiatrist to establish a mental health program targeted to women with depression.

Phone: 804-253-1968

http://www.cahealthnet.org

Central Virginia Health Services, Inc.

P.O. Box 220
New Canton, Virginia 23123

VHCF funding made it possible for the Charlotte County facility to hire a full-time dentist and also helped finance construction of a new health care facility to increase primary care access for residents of Brunswick County

Phone: 434-581-3271

http://www.cvhsinc.org

Charlotte County Educational Foundation, Inc.

The Early Learning Center
P.O. Box 508
Charlotte Court House, Virginia 23923

A VHCF grant provided funding for a part-time school nurse to improve the quality of life for rural teen mothers and their children by performing home visits and providing parenting education.

Phone: 804-542-4463

Charlottesville Area Dental Access

259 Hydraulic Ridge Road, Suite 101
Charlottesville, Virginia 22901

A VHCF grant to Charlottesville Area Dental Access (CADA)help fund the salary of a full-time pediatric dentist at its Community Children's Dental Center. Working in partnership with local dentists, the Community Children's Dental Center serves children from Charlottesville and five surrounding counties who are enrolled in the state's FAMIS and FAMIS Plus child health insurance programs.

Phone: 434-293-9300

http://www.cadakids.org

Fan Free Clinic

P.O. Box 6477
Richmond, Virginia 23230

Using VHCF grant funding, the Fan Free Clinic was able to add a full-time nurse practitioner. This allowed the clinic to dramatically increase the number of patients treated in the Richmond metropolitan area and to better care for those who are chronically ill.

Phone: 804-358-6343

http://www.fanfreeclinic.org

Free Clinic of Central Virginia

1016 Main Street
Lynchburg, Virginia 24504

The Free Clinic of Central Virginia (FCCV) has benefited from several VHCF grants. The first allowed the free clinic to add a full-time nurse practitioner to increase continuity of care and care for more uninsured area residents. The second grant enabled it to expanded its dental clinic services by serving as a clinical rotation site for Virginia Commonwealth University's Dental and Dental Hygiene students. The most recent VHCF grant helps underwrite the cost of the Free Clinic's new specialty dental clinic using Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) dental students to provide endodontic (root canals and crowns) services to uninsured adults.

Phone: 434-847-5866

http://www.fccv.net

Accomack County Schools

23296 Courthouse Avenue
Accomac, Virginia 23301

VHCF grants helped to launch and expand primary dental care for at-risk, underserved children in county elementary schools.

Phone: 757-787-5754

http://www.sbo.accomack.k12.va.us/public/

Bay Aging

P.O. Box 610, Route 602
Urbanna, Virginia 23175

VHCF funds helped establish 'MedCarry,' which provides non-emergency medical transportation to residents of the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula.

Phone: 804-758-2386

http://www.bayaging.org

Eastern Shore Rural Health System, Inc.

P.O. Box 1039
Nassawadox, Virginia 23413

A VHCF grant has allowed Eastern Shore Rural Health System to expand its ability to care for uninsured residents at the Onley Community Health Center by funding a full-time physician. In 2010, the system received additional VHCF funding through A New Lease on Life and helps expand access to basic mental health services and prescription medications on the Eastern Shore. VHCF also has funded two complementary telecommunications systems linking EVMS to the majority of health providers on the Eastern Shore. An additional grant allowed the Eastern Shore Rural Health System to expand its pediatric practice in Accomack County through the addition of a pediatric nurse practitioner and the renovation of the existing facility.

Phone: 757-414-0400

http://www.esrh.org

Northampton County School-Based Dental Program

P.O. Box 360
Machipongo, Virginia 23405

A VHCF grant helped expand dental care for uninsured children in Northampton County schools by establishing a second dental trailer for its school-based dental program.

Phone: 757-678-5151

http://www.ncps.k12.va.us

Northern Neck Free Health Clinic

P.O. Box 1694
Kilmarnock, Virginia 22482

VHCF has helped the Northern Neck Free Health Clinic expand medical, dental and mental health services to area residents. One VHCF grant allowed the clinic to add full-time nurse practitioner and a second grant allowed the clinic, in partnership with VCU dental school, to provide dental care to NNFHC patients. The most recent funding expands mental health services for patients at the free clinic and to expands medical care for clients of the area Community Services Board. In addition, the Northern Neck Free Health Clinic is part of the Greater Williamsburg Medication Access Program, administered by VHCF. This program helps the free clinic obtain free prescription medications for qualified patients, using VHCF's The Pharmacy Connection software to access pharmaceutical company programs for patients in need.

Phone: 804-435-0575

Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services

P.O. Box 898
Goochland, Virginia 23063

A VHCF grant enabled this free clinic to add a part-time Nurse Practitioner to expand the free clinic's services.

Phone: 804-556-5840

http://www.goochlandfreeclinicandfamilyservices.org

Beach Health Clinic

3396 Holland Road, Suite 102
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452

Among the initiatives VHCF has funded at the Beach Health Clinic are the addition of a nurse practitioner, enabling the clinic to expand its hours and serve an additional 1,000 adults yearly. In addition, the Clinic received Rx Relief Virginia funding to help increase access to prescription medications for chronically ill area residents.

Phone: 757-428-9307

http://www.beachhealthclinic.org

American Red Cross of Southeastern Virginia - Partners in Dental Care

611 W. Brambleton Avenue
Norfolk, Virginia 23510

Grant funding from VHCF allowed this dental service provider to purchase digital x-ray equipment and related supplies. In addition, VHCF funding helped establish a dental preceptorship program with VCU dental students and ODU dental hygiene students to expand the clinic\'s dental services.

Phone: 757-446-7700

http://www.seva-redcross.org

Catholic Charities of Eastern Virginia, Inc.

5361-A Virginia Beach Boulevard
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462

VHCF funding is supporting the 'Access to Therapy' (ACT) mental health program, which utilizes MSWs who are working toward licensure to provide counseling visits to uninsured area residents.

Phone: 757-467-7707

http://www.cceva.org

Greater Williamsburg MAP - Central Virginia Health Services, Inc. - Charles City Regional Health Services

9950 Courthouse Road
Charles City, Virginia 23030

The Greater Williamsburg Medication Assistance Program (GWMAP) is a partnership between the Virginia Health Care Foundation and the Williamsburg Community Health Foundation. Central Virginia Health Services, as part of the GWMAP, is employing Medication Assistance Caseworkers to assist eligible individuals from Charles City and New Kent Counties with accessing free medications from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs via The Pharmacy Connection.

Phone: 804-829-6600

http://www.cvhsinc.org/ccrhs.html

Greater Williamsburg MAP - King William-Dawn Community Doctors

11814 King William Road
Aylett, Virginia 23009

The Greater Williamsburg Medication Assistance Program (GWMAP) is a partnership between the Virginia Health Care Foundation and the Williamsburg Community Health Foundation. Central Virginia Health Services and King William-Dawn Community Doctors, as part of the GWMAP, are employing Medication Assistance Caseworkers (MACs) in King William County. The MACs assist eligible individuals with accessing free medications from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs via VHCF's The Pharmacy Connection.

Phone: 804-769-3022

http://www.cvhsinc.org/kwd.html

Chesapeake Care Free Clinic

2145 South Military Highway
Chesapeake, Virginia 23320

The free clinic received a VHCF grant to underwrite the salary and benefits of a full time IT Specialist to manage the clinic’s numerous electronic database systems. By dedicating a full time staff person to its IT operations, the clinic will be able to ensure that technology is used to its full potential by volunteers and staff. In addition, through a RxRelief Virginia grant from the Virginia Health Care Foundation, Chesapeake Care Free Clinic employed a Medication Assistance Caseworker (MAC) to assist eligible individuals with accessing medicines from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs at little to no cost via VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software.

Phone: 757-545-5700

http://www.chesapeakecare.org

Consortium for Infant and Child Health

Eastern Virginia Medical School Center for Pediatric Research
855 West Brambleton Avenue
Norfolk, Virginia 23510

The Consortium for Infant and Child Health (CINCH) received Project Connect funding to enroll 650 children and re-enroll 25 children in FAMIS and FAMIS Plus. CINCH targeted Portsmouth, Suffolk, and Virginia Beach for outreach and direct application assistance, working primarily with the schools to identify uninsured children. CINCH also identified enrollment barriers, recommended alternative approaches, and tested solutions on improving outreach, simplification, and coordination efforts statewide.

Phone: 757-668-6458

http://cinchcoalition.blogspot.com/

EVMS Resource Mothers Program

P.O. Box 1980
Norfolk, Virginia 23510

Phone: 804-668-7456

Horizon Health Services - Surry Medical Center

440 Colonial Trl W
Dendron, Virginia 23839

VHCF funding helped establish a new community health center in Surry County. This new CHC helped address a crucial shortage of physicians in this rural area and continues to provide area residents with much needed care. (757) 294-3981

Phone: 757-294-3981

Jefferson Area Board for the Aging

674 Hillsdale Drive, Suite 9
Charlottesville, Virginia 22901

Several years ago, Jefferson Area Board for Aging (JABA) developed an innovative program that became a VHCF “Model That Made It.” JABA’s Geriatric Assessment and Intervention Team (GAIT), developed through an initial grant from VHCF, uses a multidisciplinary team that includes a nurse practitioner, a nurse case manager, and a geriatric social worker to assess clients’ health and well-being and offer appropriate medical and/or social work case management. These services are available at several senior centers around Charlottesville and through a home visitation program. A second VHCF expanded the GAIT program to rural Greene County. Students from University of Virginia School of Nursing received clinical training as part of this program and Health Services team nurses developed diagnosis-related standards of care for JABA clients.

Phone: 434-978-3644

http://www.jabacares.org

Peninsula Agency on Aging's MedTran Program

739 Thimble Shoals Boulevard, Suite 1006
Newport News, Virginia 23606

A VHCF grant helped PAA establish a door-to-door non-emergency medical transportation program for low-income seniors ages 60 and above residing in Hampton, James City, Newport News, Poquoson, Williamsburg, and York.

Phone: 757-873-0541

http://www.paainc.org

Peninsula Institute for Community Health

1033 28th Street
Newport News, Virginia 23607

A VHCF grant helped expand access to care for area uninsured residents by adding a nurse practitioner to staff a satellite health center in Newport News.

Phone: 757-380-8709

http://www.pich.org

Central Virginia Health Services - Alberta Family Health Services

P.O. Box 220
New Canton, Virginia 23123

VHCF provided capital funding to expand primary Medical Services Alberta Family Health Services in Brunswick County

Phone: 434-581-3271

http://www.cvhsinc.org

Community Memorial Healthcenter

P.O. Box 90
South Hill, Virginia 23970

VHCF funding helped underwrite a mobile medical clinic to provide general physicals and basic primary care to the residents of Brunswick, Lunenburg, and Mecklenburg counties. The clinic is staffed by a nurse practitioner, a nurse mid-wife, and a clerk/driver.

Phone: 434-447-3151

http://www.cmh-sh.org

Free Clinic of Danville

P.O. Box 665
Danville, Virginia 24543

Through an A New Lease on Life grant, patients at the free clinic are able to receive basic mental health services and prescription medications. The grant also provides specialized support for complex cases as well as medication management assistance via Danville-Pittsylvania Community Services psychiatrist consult. VHCF funding also enabled this free clinic to add a full-time nurse practitioner to expand the clinic's services and improve continuity of care for patients with chronic diseases.

Phone: 434-799-1223

Danville-Pittsylvania Community Services

245 Hairston Street
Danville, Virginia 24540

VHCF funding is enabling the CSB to provide basic mental health services and prescription medications to patients of the Free Clinic of Danville and Piedmont Access to Health Services. Other VHCF funding has enabled the Danville-Pittsylvania Community Services Board to purchase new telemedicine equipment and increase the quantity and quality of mental health services provided for adolescent psychiatric patients. As the first of the state's 40 Community Service Boards to use telemedicine technology as a solution to the severe shortage of mental health providers, DPCS links patients with child psychiatrists at the University of Virginia via a telemedicine link.

Phone: 434-799-0456

http://www.dpcs.org

Health Care on the Square - Boydton Medical Center

P.O. Box 540
Boydton, Virginia 23917

VHCF funding enabled the Boydton Medical Center to hire a full-time dentist and a part-time dental hygienist to staff this community health center's new dental facility, Health Care on the Square.

Phone: 434-738-6102

http://www.boydtonmedical.org

Waverly Medical Center

P.O. Box 29
Waverly, Virginia 23890

VHCF provided grant funding to help establish this satellite community health center in Waverly, Virginia.

Phone: 804-834-8871

Piedmont Access to Health Services

800 Memorial Drive, Suite D
Danville, Virginia 24541

Through an A New Lease on Life grant, patients at Piedmont Access to Health Services (PATHS) are able to receive basic mental health services and prescription medications. The grant also provides specialized support for complex cases as well as medication management assistance via Danville-Pittsylvania Community Services psychiatrist consult.

Phone: 434-792-7382

Southern Dominion Health Systems, Inc.

1508 K-V Road
Victoria, Virginia 23974

Grant funding from VHCF enabled Southern Dominion Health System to refurbish a medical building into a modern dental facility housing three operatories. The grant also allowed hiring of a full-time dentist for the facility. VHCF funding to SDHS also has helped finance construction of new health care facility for the medically underserved residents of Lunenburg County, as well as funding to purchase, staff, and equip a mobile medical van to deliver essential primary health care services to homebound area residents. In addition, a VHCF grant supports the salary and benefits for the dentist at its new dental clinic in Lunenburg County.

Phone: 434-696-2165

http://www.sdhsinc.com

Lunenburg Community Health Center

P.O. Box 70
Victoria, Virginia 23974

This community health center has received two grants from VHCF, supporting construction of new health care facility for the medically underserved residents of Lunenburg County, and to help purchase, staff, and equip a mobile medical van to deliver essential primary health care services to homebound area residents.

Phone: 434-696-2165

http://www.sdsinc.com

Stony Creek Community Health Center

P.O. Box 188
Stony Creek, Virginia 23882

Residents in medically underserved Sussex County, eastern Dinwiddie County, western Prince George County and northern Greensville County have two physicians to meet their medical needs, thanks to grant support from the Virginia Health Care Foundation. By supporting physician salaries, VHCF has helped increase the number of patients who can be seen, reduce waiting room time, and improve continuity of care.

Phone: 434-246-6100

Virginia Western Community College Telemedicine Dental Hygiene Initiative

3095 Colonial Avenue, South West
Roanoke, Virginia 24038

With VHCF funding, VWCC was able to expand its dental hygiene program in Roanoke to an additional site in the Danville area. Students received both traditional and distance learning through the program.

Phone: 540-857-7206

http://virginiawestern.edu

Western Tidewater Health District Children's Dental Clinic

P.O. Box 1587
Suffolk, Virginia 23434

VHCF funding helped provide preventive and restorative dental services to elementary school children in the rural counties of Southampton and Isle of Wight.

Phone: 757-653-3040

http://www.vdh.state.va.us/LHD/WestTide/

Bland County Medical Clinic

12301 Grapefield Road
Bastian, Virginia 24314

VHCF provided funding to support a significant expansion of the Bland County Medical Clinic facility, enabling BCMC to better serve the area's uninsured and medically underserved.

Phone: 276-688-4331

http://www.blandclinic.com

Brock Hughes Free Clinic

100 Edgemont Road
Wytheville, Virginia 24382

VHCF funding helped establish a free clinic to serve Wythe and Bland Counties and add a part-time nurse practitioner to expand clinic services.

Phone: 276-223-0558

Clinch River Health Services

17633 Veterans Memorial Highway, Suite 101
Dungannon, Virginia 24245

VHCF funding for the expansion of the area Community Health Center, consolidating local agencies and offering 'one-stop shopping' for health care services. A second VHCF grant allowed Clinch River Health Services to add a third physician and greatly expand the center's patient capacity.

Phone: 276-467-2209

http://www.crheatlh.org

Lenowisco Health District

134 Roberts Street, Southwest
Wise, Virginia 24293

Among the grants VHCF has awarded to the Lenowisco Health District are funding to establish a Lay Health Promoter Program to serve diabetics in Southwest Virginia, a grant to develop a database of pharmaceutical company outreach programs serving the medically indigent, and funding to help launch a mobile medical clinic to serve the city of Norton and the counties of Lee, Scott and Wise.

Phone: 540-328-8000

http://www.vdh.state.va.us/LHD/lenowisco/

Mendota Community Association Health Clinic

P.O. Box 67
Mendota, Virginia 24270

A grant from VHCF helped fund construction of this rural health clinic for residents of western Washington and Scott counties.

Phone: 276-645-2362

People, Inc. of Southwest Virginia

1173 West Main Street
Abingdon, Virginia 24210

VHCF has helped People, Inc. of Southwest Virginia expand both children's health care and dental care. One VHCF grant funded establishment of a mobile dental program, while a second grand helped expand enrollment in the Child Health Investment Program to Buchanan and Dickenson counties.

Phone: 540-628-9188

Mel Leaman Free Clinic of Smyth County

P.O. Box 1273
Marion, Virginia 24354

VHCF enabled this free clinic to greatly expand services for uninsured residents of Smyth County through the addition of a full-time nurse practitioner..

Phone: 276-781-2090

http://www.smythfreeclinic.org

Southwest Virginia Community Health Systems, Inc.

319 Fifth Avenue
Saltville, Virginia 24370

Southwest Virginia Community Health Systems, based in Saltville, has received VHCF funding to support nurse practitioners at the Radford Center for Family Health, the Whitetop Community Health facility and the Meadowview Community Health Center. These VHCF grants allow patients to receive better continuity of care and chronic disease management. In addition to medical care, VHCF has expanded access to dental care through the Southwest Virginia Regional Dental Center, most recently funding a portion of the salary and benefits for the centers two dentists.

Phone: 276-496-4492

http://www.svchs.com

Meadowview Health Clinic

PO Box 729
Saltville, Virginia 24370

A $150,000 VHCF capital grant helped finance the construction of the new health center in downtown Meadowview. The health center, which opened in 2007, offers primary care services to the residents of the community, many of whom are uninsured and without a regular source of care.

Phone: 276-496-4492

http://www.svchs.com

Whitetop Community Health Center

295 Old Park Rd
Whitetop, Virginia 24292

Utilizing VHCF funding, Southwest Virginia Community Health Systems was able to hire a full-time nurse practitioner to vastly expand the number and quality of patient visits at the Whitetop Community Center in Grayson County. The facility at Whitetop closed in 2013.

Phone: 276-496-4492

http://www.svchs.com

Stone Mountain Health Services

602 West Morgan Avenue, Suite 3
Pennington Gap, Virginia 24277

Among VHCF grants to SMHS were funding for the addition of a full-time dentist to provide preventive and restorative dental care to elementary school children Buchanan and Dickenson counties and interim funding of the Konnarock Medical Clinic during its transition to SMHS’ network of 14 medical, dental, and respiratory clinics.

Phone: 276-546-5310

http://www.stonemtn.org

UVA/Southwest Virginia Alliance for Telemedicine

Health Sciences Center, McLeod
Charlottesville, Virginia 22908

A grant from VHCF helped establish a regional network of telemedicine sites, linking medical facilities in Southwest Virginia with the University of Virginia's Health Sciences Center, improving patient care.

Phone: 434-924-1617

http://www.virginia.edu

Konnarock Family Health Center

602 West Morgan Avenue, Suite 3
Pennington Gap, Virginia 24277

Phone: 703-383-4428

http://www.stonemtn.org

Bedford Community Health Foundation

PO Box 1104
Bedford, Virginia 24523

VHCF has enabled the Bedford Community Health Foundation to expand its services for the uninsured and underserved. One grant funded primary dental care for at-risk, underserved school age and Head Start children through a dental trailer at the Bedford Primary School. An earlier grant helped establish 'Bedford Ride', a program that provides non-emergency medical transportation to residents of Bedford City and County.

Phone: 540-586-5292

http://www.healthybedford.org

Bradley Free Clinic

1240 Third Street, South West
Roanoke, Virginia 24016

Funding helped establish a dental preceptorship program, through which VCU students and Virginia Western dental hygiene students worked to expand the clinic's dental services. Additional VHCF funding helped to develop a physician referral network and in-kind commitments of ancillary services from local health care facilities.

Phone: 540-344-5156

http://www.bradleyfreeclinic.com

Carilion Giles Memorial Hospital

2017 Jefferson Street, South West
Roanoke, Virginia 24014

VHCF Project Connect funding supported efforts to enroll area children in state-sponsored health insurance. In addition, Carilion Giles Memorial Hospital was able to add a medication assistance caseworker through an RxRelief Virginia grant, enabling it to help chronically ill, uninsured area residents receive their medications.

Phone: 540-981-9582

http://www.carilion.com

College of Health Sciences' Physician Assistant Program

P.O. Box 13186
Roanoke, Virginia 24031

A 1995 grant from VHCF helped the College of Health Sciences in Roanoke begin the Commonwealth's first physician's assistant school.

Phone: 540-985-8491

http://www.jchs.edu

Free Clinic Consortium of the New River Valley

215 Roanoke Street
Christiansburg, Virginia 24073

VHCF funding helped bring area free clinics together to explore ways to create interoperability by streamlining operations, sharing resources, and removing some barriers to care.

Phone: 540-381-0820

http://www.nrvfreeclinic.org

Free Clinic of Franklin County

1171 Franklin St.
Rocky Mount, Virginia 24151

Grant funding to the Free Clinic of Franklin County allowed the clinic to hire a full-time mid-level provider (e.g. nurse practitioner or physician assistant). Earlier VHCF funding enabled the Free Clinic of Franklin County to hire a part-time nurse practitioner, allowing the clinic to see more new patients, expand the number of visits available to current patients and provide greater continuity of care to the chronically ill.

Phone: 540-489-7500

Free Clinic of the New River Valley

215 Roanoke Street
Christiansburg, Virginia 24073

A grant from VHCF is funding the salary and benefits of two part-time health practitioners -- a nurse practitioner and a nursing assistant at the Giles Free Clinic. Prior VHCF funding has helped support a full-time nurse practitioner at this free clinic, serving uninsured residents in the counties of Floyd, Giles, Montgomery and the city of Radford.

Phone: 540-381-0820

http://www.nrvfreeclinic.org

Mental Health Association of the New River Valley

303 Church Street
Blacksburg, Virginia 24060

Through a VHCF grant, this mental health association was able to expand its Pro Bono Counseling Program for uninsured adults suffering from minor mental health disorders. It did so by utilizing post graduate, license-eligible 'trainees,' supervised by credentialed providers, to provide urgently needed mental health services.

Phone: 540-951-4990

http://www.mhanrv.org

Monroe Health Center - Craig County Health Center

200 Health Center Drive
Union, West Virginia 24983

VHCF funding enabled the Monroe Health Center to establish a satellite community health center and school wellness site in New Castle, Virginia. The initiative is a partnership with the Monroe Health Center and the Craig County Rural Health Care Corporation. The most recent funding for the health center supports the salary and benefits of a part-time Physician Assistant to provide services in Craig County. VHCF also provided a grant to help support the health center\'s Caring for the Community mental health program.

Phone: 304-722-3064

http://www.monroehealthcenter.com

New River Valley Senior Services MedRide

141 East Main Street, Suite 500
Pulaski, Virginia 24301

A VHCF grant, in 1996, helped support the New River Valley's volunteer-driven non-emergency medical transportation service.

Phone: 540-980-7780

http://nrvseniorservices.org/

Carilion Clinic - Pediatric Dental Program

Roanoke Memorial Hospital
2017 Jefferson Street, South West
Roanoke, Virginia 24014

VHCF funding helped expand Carilion Dental Care - Pediatrics, a hospital-based program providing comprehensive dental care to children of low-income families in the Roanoke area.

Phone: 540-981-7128

http://www.carilion.com

Project Access of the Roanoke Valley

541 Luck Avenue, Suite 230
Roanoke, Virginia 24011

Project Access is a coordinated system for uninsured patients in the community to access a full range of services, including referrals to specialists, labs and diagnostics, and medication. VHCF funds have underwritten support for the Patient Coordinator and a part time pharmacy technician.

Phone: 540-344-4200

http://www.projectaccessroanoke.org

Radford University Foundation, Inc.

P.O. Box 6915
Radford, Virginia 24142

In this mental health outreach effort, VHCF funded a project to train nurse practitioner students, local nurse practitioners, and physicians to provide cognitive behavioral therapy in primary care settings.

Phone: 540-831-5108

http://www.giveto.radford.edu

Rescue Mission of Roanoke

P.O. Box 11525
Roanoke, Virginia 24022

VHCF funding helped establish an on-site health care center to serve the homeless in the Roanoke area. In its most recent grant to Rescue Mission, VHCF is helping fund an expanded clinic to better serve those in the Roanoke area.

Phone: 540-343-7227

http://www.rescuemission.net

Tri-Area Community Health at Ferrum

40 Wiley Drive
Ferrum, Virginia 24088

Grant funding from VHCF is enabling the Floyd site of Tri-Area Community Health to hire a primary care physician. Prior VHCF funding enabled the Tri-Area Health Clinic to hire a physician for its satellite Ferrum site, providing health care services to the residents of Ferrum and surrounding areas.

Phone: 276-398-2292

Riverside Health Center

322 W Riverside
Covington, Virginia 24426

VHCF funding allowed this Free Clinic to add a full-time physicians assistant and expand clinic services.

Phone: 540-962-1660

http://ahfreeclinic.org

Augusta Regional Clinic

342 Mule Academy Road
Fishersville, Virginia 22939

VHCF grants have enabled this free clinic to significantly expand services, funding both a part-time nurse practitioner to expand diabetes and hypertension management services at the clinic and a part-time (circuit-riding) nurse practitioner to provide chronically ill patients with treatment and case management. This nurse practitioner provides clinical services one day a week at several sites in the region. In addition, VHCF funding enabled the dental clinic to significantly expand the number of patients served by equipping four new dental operatories, bringing its total to eight. This expansion enabled the dental clinic to provide nearly 3,000 more patient visits each year.

Phone: 540-332-5606

http://www.augustafreeclinic.org/

Blue Ridge Area Health Education Center
Blue Ridge Area Health Education Center

School of Health and Human Services
James Madison University, IIHHS, MSC 9009
Harrisonburg, Virginia 22807

VHCF funding allowed the Blue Ridge Area Health Education Center to replicate Cross-Over Health Center's Lay Health Promoter Program within the Hispanic community of Harrisonburg.

Phone: 540-568-3178

http://www.brahec.jmu.edu

Free Medical Clinic of Northern Shenandoah Valley, Inc.

P.O. Box 44
Winchester, Virginia 22604

This free clinic received VHCF funding to replicate the Free Clinic of the New River Valley’s dental initiative. The grant allowed the clinic to establish a dental restoration clinic and to add a full-time nurse practitioner to expand clinic services.

Phone: 540-536-1680

http://www.fmcwinchester.org

Rockingham Memorial Hospital/Harrisonburg Community Health Center

235 Cantrell Avenue
James Madison University
Harrisonburg, Virginia 22801

A VHCF challenge grant helped support the operations of the Harrisonburg Community Health Center. The goal is to staff the new CHC to meet the health care needs of medically underserved children and adults in the communities of Rockingham and Harrisonburg.

Phone: 540-564-7060

http://www.rhcc.com

Harrisonburg-Rockingham Free Clinic

25 West Water Street
Harrisonburg, Virginia 22801

One of the first grants issued by VHCF helped establish the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Free Clinic. Several years later, a second grant enabled this free clinic to add a half-time nurse practitioner to expand clinic services.

Phone: 540-437-2900

http://www.hrfreeclinic.org

Highland Medical Center

P.O. Box 490
Monterey, Virginia 24465

VHCF funding supported the salaries of a full-time dentist, dental assistant, and dental administrative assistant for a new dental program at Highland Medical Center,Improving Smiles in the Highland.

Phone: 540-468-3300

Rappahannock Area Health District/Caroline County Dental Health Program

608 Jackson Street
Fredericksburg, Virginia 22401

VHCF funding supported the Caroline Caries Program, serving children through a school-based dental program in Caroline County. Caroline Caries provides preventive, restorative, and emergent dental care services.

Phone: 540-599-4797

http://www.vdh.state.va.us/lhd/rappahan/index.htm

Rockbridge Area Health Center

P.O. Box 1573
Lexington, Virginia 24450

Rockbridge area residents with hypertension and diabetes benefited from a VHCF grant to the RAHC that funded a full-time nurse practitioner to expand diabetes and hypertension management services.

Phone: 540-464-8700

http://www.rockbridgeareahealthcenter.org

Shenandoah County Free Clinic

P.O. Box 759
Woodstock, Virginia 22664

VHCF has been involved in a number of successful initiatives with the Shenandoah County Free Clinic, including funding to help establish the clinic and to add a full-time dentist to provide both adult and pediatric care. SCFC staff and board members also have utilized VHCF\\\'s scholarship assistance program to build skills n fund raising and nonprofit management. The most recent grant underwrites the salary of a part-time Family Nurse Practitioner.

Phone: 540-459-1700

http://www.shenandoahconnection.com/shenfreeclinic.htm

St. Luke Community Clinic

316 North Royal Avenue
Front Royal, Virginia 22630

VHCF funded the addition of a full-time Nurse Practitioner to expand services for the uninsured residents of the Town of Front Royal and Warren County.

Phone: 540-636-4325

http://www.saintlukeclinic.org

UVA/Greene County School Based Nursing Clinic

202 15th Street, SW
Charlottesville, Virginia 22908

VHCF grant support helped this school-based primary care clinic serve thousands of area children. The clinic also serves as a clinical rotation site for UVA nursing students. In addition, VHCF has funded a nurse practitioner development project at UVA to double the number of NP graduates and train them in underserved communities.

Phone: 434-924-2743

http://www.nursing.virginia.edu

Mountain Empire Older Citizens, Inc.

P.O. Box 888
Big Stone Gap, Virginia 24219

“Pharmacy Connect of Southwest Virginia” is a medication access program run by Mountain Empire Older Citizens (MEOC), an area agency on aging. Pharmacy Connect is open to all eligible residents of Buchanan, Dickenson, Lee, Russell, Scott, Tazewell, and Wise Counties and the city of Norton, regardless of age. With the assistance of funds from the Commonwealth of Virginia, MEOC has hired Medication Assistance Caseworkers who use VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software to access and distribute free medications to uninsured individuals.

Phone: 800-252-6362

http://www.meoc.org/Elder_Rights_and_Security/Pharmacy_Connect.htm

Northern Virginia Family Service

10455 White Granite Drive, Suite 100
Oakton, Virginia 22124

RxRelief Virginia funding from VHCF enabled Northern Virginia Family Service to underwrite Medication Assistance Caseworker (MAC) positions working in its Loudoun Community Health Center and Greater Prince William Community Health Center programs. MACs help eligible individuals access free medications from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs utilizing VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software.

Phone: 703-385-3267

http://www.nvfs.org

United Way - Thomas Jefferson Area

806 East High Street
Charlottesville, Virginia 22902

Through support from the VHCF and Martha Jefferson Hospital, the United Way established an RxRelief Program to help the more than 30,000 uninsured Charlottesville area residents get the prescription medications they need to cope with chronic diseases.

Phone: 434-972-1701

http://www.unitedwaytja.org/

Western Tidewater Free Clinic

3000 Godwin Boulevard
Suffolk, Virginia 23434

An RxRelief Virginia grant from VHCF helped the Western Tidewater Free Clinic to help patients with chronic diseases receive the medications they needed, via The Pharmacy Connection software. WTFC is a non-profit, community based organization that provides free medical and dental care to individuals who meet eligibility requirements. Patients must be residents of the cities of Franklin and Suffolk and the counties of Isle of Wight and Southampton.

Phone: 757-923-1060

http://www.wtfreeclinic.org

Halifax Regional Development Foundation

2204 Wilborn Avenue
South Boston, Virginia 24592

Halifax Regional Development Foundation received a VHCF grant to support the salary and benefits of a full-time dentist to provide services in Halifax, Charlotte and Mecklenburg counties as well as a Medication Assistance Caseworker to obtain free prescription medicines for uninsured chronically ill patients.

Phone: 434-517-3515

Hampton Roads Community Health Center

3415 Granby St
Norfolk, Virginia 23504

VHCF is providing $140,000 in grant funding to support the salary and benefits of a full-time dentist to provide services in Norfolk and Petersburg.

Phone: 757-533-9108

http://www.hrchc.org

Center for High Blood Pressure

1200 West Cary Street
Richmond, Virginia 23220

Through a RxRelief Virginia grant from the Virginia Health Care Foundation, the Center for High Blood Pressure (formerly Richmond Area High Blood Pressure Center) employed a Medication Assistance Caseworker (MAC) to assist eligible individuals with accessing medicines from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs at little to no cost via VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software. A separate VHCF grant enabled the clinic to add a nurse practitioner, expanding the care provided to area residents.

Phone: 804-359-9375

http://www.rahbpc.org

Greater Williamsburg MAP - Colonial Services Board

1657 Merrimac Trail
Williamsburg, Virginia 23185

The Greater Williamsburg Medication Assistance Program (GWMAP) is a partnership between the Virginia Health Care Foundation and the Williamsburg Community Health Foundation. The Colonial Services Board, as part of the GWMAP, is assisting eligible individuals from the Williamsburg area (Williamsburg, James City County and York County) with accessing free medications from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs via The Pharmacy Connection. CSB will focus on providing psychotropic medications for eligible, uninsured residents of the community.

Phone: 757-220-3200

http://www.colonialcsb.org

Greater Williamsburg MAP - Gloucester-Mathews Free Clinic

2276 George Washington Memorial Highway
Hayes, Virginia 23072

The Greater Williamsburg Medication Assistance Program (GWMAP) is a partnership between the Virginia Health Care Foundation and the Williamsburg Community Health Foundation. Gloucester-Mathews Free Clinic, as part of the GWMAP, assists eligible individuals from Gloucester and Mathews Counties with accessing free medications from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs via VHCF's The Pharmacy Connection.

Phone: 804-642-9515

http://www.gmfreeclinic.org

Greater Williamsburg MAP - Lackey Free Clinic

1620 Old Williamsburg Road
Yorktown, Virginia 23690

The Greater Williamsburg Medication Assistance Program (GWMAP) is a partnership between the Virginia Health Care Foundation and the Williamsburg Community Health Foundation. Lackey Free Clinic, as part of the GWMAP, assists eligible Williamsburg area residents with accessing free medications from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs via VHCF's The Pharmacy Connection.

Phone: 757-886-0608

http://www.lackeyfreeclinic.com/main.html

Greater Williamsburg MAP - Northern Neck Free Health Clinic

51 William B. Graham Court
Kilmarnock, Virginia 22482

The Greater Williamsburg Medication Assistance Program (GWMAP) is a partnership between the Virginia Health Care Foundation and the Williamsburg Community Health Foundation. Northern Neck Free Health Clinic, as part of GWMAP, assists eligible individuals in the Northern Neck, including Middlesex County, with obtaining free medications from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs via The Pharmacy Connection.

Phone: 804-435-0575

Greater Williamsburg MAP - Olde Towne Medical Center

5249 Olde Towne Road, Suite D
Williamsburg, Virginia 23188

The Greater Williamsburg Medication Assistance Program (GWMAP) is a partnership between the Virginia Health Care Foundation and the Williamsburg Community Health Foundation. Olde Towne Medical Center, as part of the GWMAP, assists eligible individuals from the Williamsburg, James City and York County areas with accessing free medications from pharmaceutical companies’ patient assistance programs via VHCF's The Pharmacy Connection.

Phone: 757-259-3258

http://www.oldetownemedicalcenter.org/

Mt. Rogers Map - Bland County Medical Clinic

12301 Grapefield Road
Bastian, Virginia 24314

Bland County Medical Clinic is a part of the Mt. Rogers Medication Assistance Program (MAP), a partnership of service sites located in the Mt. Rogers Planning District in Southwest Virginia. Each community partner has medication assistance caseworkers on staff using VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software to access free medications for uninsured individuals.

Phone: 276-688-4331

http://www.blandclinic.com

Mt. Rogers MAP - City of Galax Health Department

703 South Main Street
Galax, Virginia 24333

The Galax Health Department is a part of the Mt. Rogers Medication Assistance Program (MAP), a partnership of service sites located in the Mt. Rogers Planning District in Southwest Virginia. Each community partner has medication assistance caseworkers on staff using VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software to access free medications for uninsured individuals.

Phone: 276-236-6127

http://www.vdh.state.va.us/lhd/mtrogers/galax.htm

Mt. Rogers MAP - Grayson County Health Department

186 West Main Street
Independence, Virginia 24348

The Grayson Health Department is a part of the Mt. Rogers Medication Assistance Program (MAP), a partnership of service sites located in the Mt. Rogers Planning District in Southwest Virginia. Each community partner has medication assistance caseworkers on staff using VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software to access free medications for uninsured individuals.

Phone: 276-773-2961

http://www.vdh.state.va.us/lhd/mtrogers/grayson.htm

Mt. Rogers MAP - Smyth County Department of Social Services (Guardian Angel)

121 Bagley Circle, Suite 200
Marion, Virginia 24354

Smyth County Department of Social Services is a part of the Mt. Rogers Medication Assistance Program (MAP), a partnership of service sites located in the Mt. Rogers Planning District in Southwest Virginia. Each community partner has medication assistance caseworkers on staff using VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software to access free medications for uninsured individuals.

Phone: 276-783-8148

Mt. Rogers MAP - Smyth County Outreach

PO Box 729
Saltville, Virginia 24370

Smyth County Outreach, a program of Southwest Virginia Community Heath Systems, is a part of the Mt. Rogers Medication Assistance Program (MAP), a partnership of service sites located in the Mt. Rogers Planning District in Southwest Virginia. Each community partner has medication assistance caseworkers on staff using VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software to access free medications for uninsured individuals.

Phone: 276-496-4492

Mt. Rogers MAP - Bristol Medication Assistance Program

2195 Euclid Avenue, Suite 6
Bristol, Virginia 24201

The Bristol Medication Program (MAP), a program of Southwest Virginia Community Health Systems, is a part of the Mt. Rogers MAP, a partnership of service sites located in the Mt. Rogers Planning District in Southwest Virginia. Each community partner has medication assistance caseworkers on staff using VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software to access free medications for uninsured individuals.

Phone: 276-591-5803

Mt. Rogers MAP - Saltville Medical Center

308 West Main Street
Saltville, Virginia 24370

The Saltville Medical Center, operated by Southwest Virginia Community Health Systems, is a part of the Mt. Rogers Medication Assistance Program (MAP), a partnership of service sites located in the Mt. Rogers Planning District in Southwest Virginia. Each community partner has medication assistance caseworkers on staff using VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software to access free medications for uninsured individuals.

Phone: 276-496-4433

http://www.svchs.com/smc_main.htm

Mt. Rogers MAP - The Benevolent Medication Program

330 Church Street
Wytheville, Virginia 24382

The Benevolent Medication Program is a part of the Mt. Rogers Medication Assistance Program (MAP), a partnership of service sites located in the Mt. Rogers Planning District in Southwest Virginia. Each community partner has medication assistance caseworkers on staff using VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software to access free medications for uninsured individuals.

Phone: 276-228-7299

Mt. Rogers MAP - Troutdale Medical Center

67 High Country Lane
Troutdale, Virginia 24378

The Troutdale Medical Center, operated by Southwest Virginia Community Health Systems, is a part of the Mt. Rogers Medication Assistance Program (MAP), a partnership of service sites located in the Mt. Rogers Planning District in Southwest Virginia. Each community partner has medication assistance caseworkers on staff using VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software to access free medications for uninsured individuals.

Phone: 276-677-4187

http://www.svchs.com/tmc.html

Mt. Rogers MAP - Tri-Area Health Clinic

14559 Danville Pike, Suite 1
Laurel Fork, Virginia 24352

The Tri-Area Health Clinic is a part of the Mt. Rogers Medication Assistance Program (MAP), a partnership of service sites located in the Mt. Rogers Planning District in Southwest Virginia. Each community partner has medication assistance caseworkers on staff using VHCF’s Pharmacy Connection software to access free medications for uninsured individuals.

Phone: 276-398-2292

Olde Towne Medical and Dental Center

5249 Olde Towne Road
Williamsburg, Virginia 23188

Olde Towne Medical Center provides comprehensive primary medical and dental care to the underserved residents of James City County, York County and the City of Williamsburg. Through the mental health initiative A New Lease on Life, Olde Towne Medical Center patients are able to receive important mental health services. Among the other grants VHCF has awarded to OTMC are funding for part-time dentist and the purchase of dental equipment to expand the center\'s dental services, a grant to add a third exam suite and improve the efficiency of the offices, and funding for a nurse practitioner to broaden services available to area working poor and uninsured. VHCF also partners with OTMC on the Greater Williamsburg Area Medication Access Program.

Phone: 757-259-3258

http://www.oldetownemedicalcenter.org

Maryview Foundation Healthcare Center

3600 High Street
Portsmouth, Virginia 23707

Funding from VHCF has enabled the Bon Secours Maryview Foundation Healthcare Center to expand its services to meet the medical needs of the growing number of uninsured patients in Portsmouth by underwriting the salary of a full-time nurse practitioner.

Phone: 757-215-3118

http://www.bonsecourshamptonroads.com/facilities/maryview.html

Central Piedmont Health Services

4520 Medical Center Road
Axton, Virginia 24054

VHCF funding helped establish a satellite community health center to serve uninsured residents of the City of Martinsville and Henry County.

Phone: 434-685-3179

http://www.cphealth.org

Central Virginia Health Services - Charlotte Primary Care

165 LeGrande Avenue
Charlotte Court House, Virginia 23923

VHCF funding allowed Central Virginia Health Services to hire an additional Physician at Charlotte Primary Care in Charlotte Court House. An additional VHCF grant is being used to support the salary and benefits of a new full-time dentist in Charlotte County. The dentist will serve children and adults, and is projected to provide dental care to more than a thousand patients in her first year of operation.

Phone: 434-542-5560

http://www.cvhsinc.org/cpc.html

Central Virginia Health Services - Westmoreland Medical Center

18849 Kings Highway
Montross, Virginia 22520

VHCF funds underwrote the hiring of an additional physician at Westmoreland Medical Center in Westmoreland County.

Phone: 804-493-9999

http://www.cvhsinc.org/wmc.html

Family Services of Tidewater, Inc.

222 West 19th Street
Norfolk, Virginia 23517

This Project integrates the services of two programs for at-risk children in the City of Chesapeake - CHIP and Healthy Families. The new 'Growing Healthy Families' Initiative will offer overburdened families with all of the services of each.

Phone: 757-622-7017

http://www.jfshamptonroads.org

Harrisonburg Community Health Center

1380 Little Sorrell
Suite 100
Harrisonburg, Virginia 22801

Funding from VHCF is supporting the salary and benefits of a full-time pediatrician at this CHC and also is helping provide matching funding to allow the Community Health Center to purchase land for a new building. In 2007, a coalition led by the Institute for Innovation in Health and Human Services at James Madison University (JMU) with support from Rockingham Memorial Hospital (RMH), created The Harrisonburg Community Health Center to serve patients in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County. This area has been particularly impacted by the limited number of pediatricians accepting new patients with FAMIS/FAMIS Plus. The center opened in January 2007 with a part-time pediatrician, funded by VHCF, to serve the medical needs of area children; and a full-time nurse practitioner to meet the adult medical care needs. VHCF has now awarded funding to help underwrite the salary and benefits of a full-time pediatrician to provide care to the many children for whom it serves as a medical home.

Phone: 540-433-4913

Jeanie Schmidt Free Clinic

13525 Dulles Technology Drive
Herndon, Virginia 20171

A new grant from VHCF is enabling the Jeanie Schmidt Free Clinic to better meet the increased demand for care in Fairfax County. The funding will support the salary of a part-time nurse practitioner, expanding its clinic services to four days a week. Prior VHCF funding enabled the Jeannie Schmidt Free Clinic to add a part-time physician and double clinic hours to 18 hours a week. An additional grant, supporting the salary of a part-time nurse practitioner, helped the free clinic increase the care provided to chronically ill adults and boost the screening provided area residents. This free clinic serves uninsured patients in Fairfax County, in particular, the communities of Herndon, Chantilly, Reston and Centreville.

Phone: 703-481-8160

http://www.jsfreeclinic.org

Lackey Free Family Medicine Clinic

1620 Old Williamsburg Road
Yorktown, Virginia 23690

Lackey Free Family Medicine Clinic provides free health care services to uninsured residents of James City, York, Hampton, Williamsburg and Gloucester Counties, and the city of Newport News. Funds from VHCF increased the capacity of the clinic's pharmacy by expanding the hours of the pharmacist from four to 20 hours per week to meet the needs of this growing clinic. Through the mental health initiative, A New Lease on Life, Lackey is also receiving funding for mental health services. VHCF's most recent grant to the Free Clinic, a $100,000 challenge grant, supports the clinic’s capital expansion initiative. The expansion will add two new dental operatories, two exam rooms, expand the clinic’s pharmacy, and create space for mental health counseling sessions to greatly increase the clinic’s capacity to serve its rapidly growing caseload of uninsured residents of Yorktown and surrounding localities. Additional funding has helped the clinic increase its staff of medication assistance caseworkers, through the RxRelief Virginia program.

Phone: 757-886-0608

http://www.lackeyfreeclinic.com

Northern Virginia Dental Clinic

5827 Columbia Pike, #405
Falls Church, Virginia 22041

A grant from VHCF to help fund a dental assistant and dental supplies helped this dental clinic increase the availability of dental care for the uninsured of Arlington and Fairfax Counties and in the cities of Alexandria, Fairfax and Falls Church.

Phone: 703-820-7170

http://www.nvds.org/northern-virginia-dental-society/northern-viginia-dental-clinic.aspx

Old Dominion University

4417 Monarch Way
Norfolk, Virginia 23529

In working to help alleviate a chronic shortage of primary care providers in underserved areas, VHCF provided a grant to ODU to help fund scholarships for students in medically underserved areas seeking to participate in a new satellite 'distance learning' nurse practitioner program.

Phone: 757-683-5234

http://www.odu.edu

Potomac Hospital

2300 Opitz Boulevard
Woodbridge, Virginia 22191

VHCF funding enabled Potomac Hospital to purchase and staff a second mobile medical unit providing preventive and acute health care services to uninsured Woodbridge and Dale City residents.

Phone: 703-670-1313

http://www.potomachospital.com

Prince William Pediatric Primary Care Project

9301 Lee Avenue
Manassas, Virginia 22110

In one of its first grants, VHCF provided funding to help establish a Pediatric Primary Care Program for uninsured children in Prince William.

Phone: 703-792-4695

http://www.pwcweb.com/star.html

Southwest Virginia Perinatal Council

P.O. Box 1016
Abingdon, Virginia 24212

Funding from VHCF supported a multi-pronged smoking cessation program for low-income, at-risk women who were either contemplating pregnancy or were already pregnant.

Phone: 540-676-4501

http://www.region1RPC.org

Westmoreland Medical Center

18149 Kings Highway
Montross, Virginia 22520

Funding from VHCF helped to establish this community health center operated by Tri-County Medical Corporation. The center shares its location with the Westmoreland County health department.

Phone: 804-493-9999

VCU/MCV

800 East Leigh Street
Richmond, Virginia 23298

Funding from VHCF helped support the School of Dentistry's mobile dental clinic which operates three days a week providing both screening and primary oral health services to targeted indigent populations. Other VHCF funding launched an innovative breast cancer detection and awareness campaign targeted to African-American women in the Richmond metropolitan area.

Phone: 804-828-6772

http://www.medschool.vcu.edu/

West Piedmont Health District

Martinsville Henry County Health Department
P.O. Box 1032
Martinsville, Virginia 24114

Funding from VHCF enabled the West Piedmont Health District to hire a part-time dentist to provide comprehensive dental care for adults at the Martinsville clinic two days per week.

Phone: 540-638-2311

http://www.vdh.state.va.us/LHD/westpied/index.htm

CrossOver Health Clinic

108 Cowardin Avenue
Richmond, Virginia 23224

CrossOver Health Clinic is a key provider of health safety net services in the Richmond area. VHCF grants have helped CrossOver expand both medical and dental services, launch a first of its kind "lay health promoter" program, and make free medications available to uninsured, chronically ill area residents. The most recent grant to CrossOver enabled the organization to hire a part-time dental assistant and part-time dental hygienist and expand the number of uninsured adults served in the city of Richmond. In addition, a new grant through the A New Lease on Life initiative is enabling patients at the clinic who suffer from mental illness to receive care.

Phone: 804-233-5016

http://www.crossoverministry.org

Eastern Virginia Medical School

P.O. Box 1980
Norfolk, Virginia 23510

Phone: 757-668-7000

http://www.evms.edu

Johnson Health Services

320 Federal Street
Lynchburg, Virginia 24504

VHCF has provided this community health center serving Lynchburg and nearby Amherst, Appomattox, Bedford and Campbell counties with funding to provide much needed dental and mental health services. The James River Dental Clinic, located in Amherst County, received funding to support a full-time dentist to serve the needs of adults and children in the area. A second grant, to Johnson Health Center's Behavioral Health Program, is helping to expand and improve services and case management by supporting licensed clinical social workers, a part-time case manager, and psychiatric contractual services.

Phone: 434-947-5967

http://www.jhcvirginia.org

Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic

1301 Sam Perry Boulevard, Suite 100
Fredericksburg, Virginia 22401

Moss Free Clinic has received VHCF support for several projects, including the addition of a full-time nurse practitioner to provide expand clinic services, funding for a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner as part of the Integrated Primary Care Project, and establishing a restorative, preventive, and emergent care dental clinic for adults.

Phone: 540-741-1061

http://www.mossfreeclinic.org

Louisa County Resource Council

P.O. Box 52
Louisa, Virginia 23093

A VHCF grant enabled the Louisa County Resource Council to establish a restorative, preventive, and emergent care dental clinic for adults in Louisa County.

Phone: 540-967-1510

http://www.louisacounty.com/LCliving/lcrc.htm

Northern Virginia Family Service

10455 White Granite Drive, Suite 100
Oakton, Virginia 22124

Two grants from VHCF have bolstered Northern Virginia Family Services ability to help uninsured children receive the care they need. The first helped expand the combined services offered by Healthy Families and CHIP programs in Arlington. The second established a 'Medical Care for Children Project' in Loudoun County targeted to the county's growing population of low-income children.

Phone: 703-385-3267

http://www.nvfs.org

Portsmouth Adult Care Clinic

Portsmouth Department of Public Health
P.O. Box 1454
Portsmouth, Virginia 23705

In one of its earliest grants, VHCF helped fund this clinic's work to provide omprehensive health services for medically indigent residents with chronic conditions and Medicaid and Medicare recipients with no private physician.

Phone: 757-393-8585

http://www.vdh.state.va.us/lhd/portsmouth/index.htm

United Way - Thomas Jefferson Area

806 East High Street
Charlottesville, Virginia 22902

UWTJA in Charlottesville received child health funding from VHCF to enroll eligible, uninsured children in health insurance programs. Outreach included the city of Charlottesville as well as Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, and Louisa Counties.

Phone: 434-972-1713

http://www.unitedwaytja.org

Virginia Association of Free Clinics

10231 Telegraph Road, Suite B
Glen Allen, Virginia 23059

VHCF makes training and technical assistance in a variety of areas readily available to VAFC members, strengthening the infrastructure of the Commonwealth’s 32 free clinics. In addition, a VHCF grant to VAFC enabled it to establish an accreditation program and related web-based database for its members. VAFC developed standards for governance, administration and program service and envisions a phased approach to accreditation, with the goal of 15 accredited free clinics by the end of 2009.

Phone: 804-340-3434

http://www.vafreeclinics.org

Virginia Community Healthcare Association

6802 Paragon Place, Suite 625
Richmond, Virginia 23230

VHCF grants have helped the Virginia Community Healthcare Association to purchase and install E-Clinical Works, an electronic health records system, at community health centers statewide. In addition, VHCF has supported preceptorships through the SCEPTER program for health careers students interested in practicing in Virginia’s medically underserved communities.

Phone: 804-378-8801

http://www.vacommunityhealth.org

Virginia Dental Association

7525 Staples Mill Road
Richmond, Virginia 23228

VHCF helped establish a Mission of Mercy (MOM) Project to serve at least three dentally underserved areas through the use of weekend volunteer dental provider projects. In addition, VHCF provided funding to the VDA's Donated Dental Services program, which provides comprehensive dental treatment to disabled, elderly, and medically compromised individuals with extensive dental problems.

Phone: 804-264-9010

http://www.vadental.org

Harrison-Rockingham Dental Clinic

PO Box 898
Harrisonburg, Virginia 22803

Harrisonburg-Rockingham Dental Clinic received grant funding from VHCF to support the salary of a second part-time dentist. This addition has enabled the clinic to offer dental care five days a week to children with FAMIS insurance as well as providing care to uninsured adults.

Phone: 540-437-2900

http://www.hrdentalclinic.org/

New River Valley Free Clinic Consortium

PO Box 371
Christiansburg, Virginia 24068

Before receiving a grant from VHCF in 2006 to explore options for interoperability among health safety net providers in the New River Valley, the Free Clinic of Pulaski County, the Free Clinic of the New River Valley, and the Mental Health Association of the New River Valley operated as entirely separate entities. After a two year process that entailed extensive planning, negotiation, and implementation, the Free Clinic Consortium of the New River Valley was formed. Now, with significant systems changes including a shared database and a common patient identification card in place; patients can access all three clinics through a seamless system, giving them access to an expanded array of services and more hours of care each week

Phone: 540-381-0820

Central Virginia Health Services - King William-Dawn Community Doctors

11814 King William Road
P.O. Box 213
Aylett, Virginia 23009

VHCF RxRelief Virginia funds have helped King William-Dawn Community Doctors increase access to free medications for eligible uninsured, chronically ill area residents. The funding supports a medication assistance caseworker to access pharmaceutical companies programs for patients in need, using VHCF's The Pharmacy Connection software. An additional grant is helping fund the Medication Assistance Program for patients served by CVHS sites in King William and Charles City County. The funding supports a dedicated staff person to help eligible, uninsured, chronically ill patients receive free prescription medications from the Patient Assistance Programs of the nation’s brandname pharmaceutical companies.

Phone: 804-769-3022

http://www.cvhsinc.org/kwd.html

Petersburg Health Care Alliance

P.O. Box 2081
201 Halifafx Street
Petersburg, Virginia 23604

VHCF funding enabled the Crater Health District Adult Medical Clinic to serve more than 1,500 medically indigent adults in the Petersburg area. Since VHCF's involvement, the program has transitioned into the Petersburg Health Care Alliance and continues to serve those in need of general medical services.

Phone: 804-863-1652x233

Charlottesville Free Clinic

1138 Rose Hill Drive
Suite 200
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903

In addition to "bricks and mortar" funding to help launch the Charlottesville Free Clinic in the mid 1990s, VHCF has supported a variety of other CFC initiatives. Among these grants were funding for a dental clinic for uninsured Charlottesville area adults, funding to help defray the costs of diagnostic services, including mammograms and lab tests, and the addition of a nurse practitioner to enable the clinic to serve additional patients and provide greater continuity of care for the chronically ill. New funding is allowing CFC to expand its on-site mental health services as well.

Phone: 434-296-5525

http://www.cvillefreeclinic.org/index.html

Central Virginia Health Services - Charles City County

9950 Courthouse Road
Charles City, Virginia 23030

An RxRelief Virginia is helping support a Medication Assistance Program for patients served by CVHS' Charles City County site. The funding supports a dedicated staff person to help eligible, uninsured, chronically ill patients receive free prescription medications from the Patient Assistance Programs of the nation’s brandname pharmaceutical companies.

Phone: 804-829-6600

http://www.cvhsinc.org/ccrhs.html

Onley Community Health Center

20280 Main Street
Onancock, Virginia 23417

VHCF awarded a grant to the Eastern Shore Rural Health System, Inc. (ESRHS) to support the salary and benefits of a full-time physician at the Onley Community Health Center. The physician will enable the center to provide an additional 4,600 visits per year.

Phone: 757-787-7374

http://www.esrh.org

Colonial Behavioral Health

1657 Merrimac Trail
Williamsburg, Virginia 23185

Through its mental health initiative, A New Lease on Life, VHCF is helping Colonial Behavioral Health increase access to behavioral health services for uninsured individuals in James City and York Counties, Poquoson and Williamsburg. The grant provides basic mental health services and prescription medications for Lackey Free Clinic and Olde towne Medical Center patients, with a focus on individuals with chronic illnesses.

Phone: 757-220-3200

http://www.colonialcsb.org/

Eastern Shore Community Services Board

10129 Rogers Drive
Nassawadox, Virginia 23413

VHCF has provided grant funding for this organization through its new mental health initiative, A New Lease on Life. The grant is designed both to increase access to medical care for individuals with mental health concerns as well as improve the ability of uninsured area residents of Accomack and Northampton counties to receive mental health care. The grant expands access to basic mental health services and prescription medications on the Eastern Shore by rotating an ESCSB social worker among the 5 Eastern Shore Rural Health System sites.

Phone: 757-442-3636

Gloucester-Mathews Care Clinic

6031 Industrial Drive
Gloucester, Virginia 23061

VHCF is provided funding to the Gloucester-Mathews Care Clinic to assist in funding an expansion of its pharmacy, serving uninsured area residents. This support is in addition to medication assistance funding provided through VHCF\'s partnership with the Greater Williamsburg Medication Access Program.

Phone: 804-642-9515

http://www.gmfreeclinic.org

Henrico Area Mental Health & Retardation Services

10299 Woodman Road
Glen Allen, Virginia 23060

VHCF is provided funding through its mental health initiative, A New Lease on Life, increase access to basic mental health services and prescription medications for Cross Over Free Medical Clinic patients, focusing on providing services to existing clinic patients with co-occurring diabetes and mental illness.

Phone: 804-727-8500

http://www.co.henrico.va.us/departments/mhmr/

Rockbridge Area Community Services

241 Greenhouse Rd
Lexington, Virginia 24450

VHCF is providing Rockbridge Area Community Services with funding through its mental health initiative, A New Lease on Life. The funding will enable Rockbridge Area Community Services to expand services for area individuals.

Phone: 540-463-3141

http://www.racsb.org/

Riverside Health System Foundation

Fountain Plaza One
701 Town Center Drive #1000
Newport News, Virginia 23606

Grant funding from VHCF is allowing Project CARE to pay for the salary and benefits of a full-time executive director. Prior funding from VHCF to Riverside Health System Foundation supported Project CARE, a volunteer-based, physician-led program that coordinates medical care and services by doctors, hospitals, pharmacies and others for uninsured, low income adults.

Phone: 757-534-7070

http://www.riversideonline.com/foundation/

Richmond Behavioral Health Authority

107 South Fifth Street
Richmond, Virginia 23219

VHCF is providing grant funding to the Richmond Behavioral Health Authority as part of its mental health initiative, A New Lease on Life. The funding will help increase access to mental health services for uninsured area residents. The grant increases access to basic mental health services and prescription medications for patients of Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services and The Daily Planet. It also increases access to medical care for seriously mentally ill patients of the Richmond Behavioral Health Authority, Goochland-Powhatan Community Services Board and the Chesterfield Community Services Board.

Phone: 804-819-4000

http://www.rbha.org/rbha-contact-us.htm

Bon Secours Richmond Health System

5801 Bremo Road
Richmond, Virginia 23226

A Project Connect grant is enabling Bon Secours Richmond Health System\'s mobile health van to reach and enroll/renew more than 500 Richmond and Chesterfield children in the FAMIS and FAMIS Plus child health insurance programs.

Phone: 804-357-2475

http://www.bonsecours.com/

Henrico County Public Schools

PO Box 23120
Henrico, Virginia 23233

A Project Connect grant is enabling Henrico County Public Schools to reach and enroll school-aged children in FAMIS and FAMIS Plus child health insurance through school-based outreach strategies. The district will also work on institutionalizing outreach and enrollment for FAMIS/FAMIS Plus into the work of school nurses and clinic aides.

Phone: 804-652-3600

http://www.henrico.k12.va.us/contact/contact.html

Lonesome Pine Office on Youth

P.O. Box 568
219 Wood Avenue
Big Stone Gap, Virginia 24219

A Project Connect grant is enabling the Lonesome Pine Office on Youth to reach and enroll children in the FAMIS and FAMIS Plus child health insurance programs utilizing many of the family preservation and youth activities already being conducted by LPOY. Outreach also is being conducted at the two area hospitals that have birthing centers, the local Head Start program, the school district and the home school association.

Phone: 276-523-5064

http://www.lpoy.org/

United Way - Thomas Jefferson Area

806 E High Street
Charlottesville, Virginia 22902

Phone: 434-972-1713

http://www.unitedwaytja.org

Giles Free Clinic

219 Buchanan Street
Pearisburg, Virginia 24134

VHCF funding to this satellite of the Free Clinic of the New River Valley enabled the Giles Free Clinic to provide nearly 3,000 more patient visits each year. The VHCF grant funded an increase in the hours of both the clinic's part-time nurse practitioner and nursing assistant. By expanding these health professionals' hours, the clinic will be able to see 30 percent more patients.

Phone: 540-921-3502

Love of Jesus Health Clinic

10930 Hull Street Road
Midlothian, Virginia 23112

The only free clinic in Chesterfield County, the Love of Jesus Health Clinic needed to expand beyond an all-volunteer staff to meet the growing needs of the area's uninsured. A grant from VHCF enabled the clinic to hire a nurse practitioner to improve quality of care, provide consistent staffing and dramatically expand patient capacity.

Phone: 804-674-7499

http://www.lojhealthclinic.com/

Radford Center for Family Health

c/o SVCHS
319 Fifth Avenue
Saltville, Virginia 24370

This newest satellite of Southwest Virginia Community Health Systems serves residents of Radford and Pulaski County. The Center for Family Health provides medical services on-site and facilitates dental and mental health services through community partners. VHCF support is enabling the health center to expand patient capacity and the scope of services by adding a full-time nurse practitioner.

Phone: 276-496-4492

http://www.svchs.com/index.html

VCU Health System

417 N. 11th St.
Richmond, Virginia 23298

VHCF funding is expanding an innovative mental health counseling program for uninsured and underserved residents of the Richmond metro area. The funding allows the VCU Health System's Ambulatory Care Center to provide basic mental health services to its patients while also offering training for medical residents and psychology clinicians. By supporting the salary of VCU psychology faculty and underwriting a 10-hours-per-week psychologist to provide supervision, treatment and consultation, VHCF is helping triple the number of patients cared for and expand the number of mental health treatment sessions provided from 750 to 3,000.

http://www.vcuhealth.org/?id=277&sid=1

Pittsylvania County Community Action

707 Piney Forest Road
Danville, Virginia 24540

VHCF funding helped this program reach and enroll children in free state-sponsored health insurance through an extensive network of community partners, including local school divisions, a community health center, a free clinic and a variety of youth program. The program served Pittsylvania County and the city of Danville

Phone: 434-432-8250

The STOP Organization

2551 Almeda Avenue
Norfolk, Virginia 23513

VHCF support of The STOP Organization helps reach and enroll children and pregnant women in state-sponsored health insurance.

Phone: 757-858-1383

Piedmont Regional Dental Clinic

P.O. Box 151
Orange, Virginia 22960

VHCF funding is supporting the salary and benefits for a full-time dentist at this Orange, Virginia clinic.

Phone: 540-832-0196

Richmond City Health District

400 E. Cary Street
Richmond, Virginia 23219

VHCF funding is supporting the salary and benefits of a nurse practitioner and a public health nurse at the Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority Nurse Practitioner Project.

Phone: 804-205-3500

Blue Ridge Medical Center

4038 Thomas Nelson Highway
Arrington, Virginia 22922

A grant from VHCF is enabling Blue Ridge Medical Center to provide on-site dental care to more than 2200 patients per year. The funding covers a full-time dentist\'s salary and benefits, and allows BRMC to increase both the scope of services and patient capacity in this dental shortage area.

Phone: 434-263-4000

http://www.brmedical.org/

Charlottesville Free Clinic

1138 Rose Hill Drive
Suite 200
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903

VHCF funding is enabling the Charlottesville Free Clinic to expand its onsite mental health services using an integrated care model in which patients with behavioral health conditions are identified and treated in a seamless and coordinated fashion at the clinic. VHCF has supported CFC in a number of health safety net initiatives as well.

Phone: 434-296-5525

http://www.cvillefreelinic.org

Martinsville Henry County Coalition & Piedmont Community Services

Bassett Family Practice
324 TB Stanley Hwy, Suite C
Bassett, Virginia 24085

VHCF is providing funding to enable this partnership to meet the mental health needs of clinic patients and the medical needs of severely mentally ill patients from the local community services board.

Phone: 276-638-2523

http://www.healthycommunitymhc.org/

3
3
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
3
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
5
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
5
6
1