Virginia's Child Care Subsidy Program provides financial assistance to low-income, eligible families to help pay a portion of child care costs so families can work or participate in education programs. Families can apply for the Child Care Subsidy Program and child care providers can apply to participate as subsidy program vendors.
Virginia's children need both financial and family support to grow and thrive. Children with actively involved parents perform better in school, have high self-confidence and generally achieve greater success in life.
CommonHelp is a quick and easy resource for people who live in Virginia to check the status of their benefits, report changes to their status, and find out if they may be eligible.
The Energy Assistance Program (EAP) provides assistance to eligible low-income households to help meet home heating and/or cooling expenses.
The Virginia COVID-19 Energy Assistance Program is designed to assist low-income households who are not eligible to receive assistance from the existing energy assistance programs.
The Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program provides temporary financial assistance to families with children to help meet their basic needs.
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides a monthly benefit to eligible individuals and families to supplement the purchase of nutritious foods.
Medicaid and the Family Access to Medical Insurance Security Plan (FAMIS) are medical assistance programs that make direct payments to health care service providers for eligible individuals and families who are unable to pay for needed medical services.