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Medical Assistance Programs

Important Changes to Benefit Programs

In accordance with Congress passing the Consolidated Appropriations Act 2023, starting in March 2023, Virginia will begin reviewing Medicaid members' health coverage to make sure they still qualify. No one will lose coverage before April 30, 2023, but it's important that your contact information is up to date so that you are notified of any changes to your benefits. Click here to learn more about the return to normal enrollment process.

There are several Medical Assistance Programs offered in Virginia. Each program covers different groups of people and each program has different eligibility requirements. When you apply for Medical Assistance, you are screened for all possible programs based on your age, income, financial resources, and other information. To be eligible for a Medical Assistance Program, you must meet the financial and non-financial eligibility conditions for that program.

Children Under Age 19

Pregnant Women

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Recipients

Adults Aged 65 or Older, Blind or Disabled (not receiving SSI)

Children or Adults Who Need Long-term Care in a Facility/Home & Community-based Care (Waiver) Services

Medicare Beneficiaries

Plan First - Family Planning Services

Breast & Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program

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Finding Affordable Non-Medicaid Healthcare in Virginia

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