Protect Yourself and Your Baby: Find Out if you Qualify for Virginia Medicaid
Expecting mothers in Virginia have access to quality, no-cost health insurance. Eligibility is typically based on income and family size. Discover what health benefits you may qualify for by using CoverVA’s quick and easy Eligibility Screening Tool or by finding additional eligibility information on Virginia’s FAMIS MOMS page.
Important COVID-19 Update: Unvaccinated Virginians are 4 Times More Likely to Get COVID-19 Than Those Who are Fully Vaccinated
More than 70% of Virginians are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Unvaccinated Virginians are 4 times more likely to get COVID-19 than those who are fully vaccinated. They are also more likely to get very sick or hospitalized. You can protect yourself, your family and your friends by getting your shot.
Medicaid Covers Addiction and Recovery Treatment Services
Many people facing addiction can benefit from treatment. Medicaid covers addiction and recovery treatment services for members. Treatment options include outpatient and inpatient care, as well as medications shown by research to help people addicted to prescription drugs or other opioids.
Medicaid Offers New Behavioral Health Services for Youth
Keeping our youth healthy – both physically and mentally – is a top priority for us. That is why we recently expanded our coverage to add new behavioral health (or mental health) services for youth ages 11-18. These new services offer community-based programs and family support while keeping youth at home and in school.