There is no cap on Medicaid patients. Collected on Monday 17th of September Assistance to and from medical appointments for qualified Medicaid recipients If you have Medicaid, transportation services are available by appointment only and is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week including holidays.
Families must bring proof of residency and income information to the appointment. Spanish-speaking translators may be available. Kindergarten entry physicals are provided in August. School Placement Physicals — call for information. Crossover Healthcare Ministry New Patients call Other key benefits include diagnostic, and laboratory services, as well as coverage for prescriptions.
To apply of for more information please call Health Brigade formerly the Fan Free Clinic The first step to becoming our patient or client is to register to see if you qualify for services. Call to schedule a registration appointment. Contact Ron Thompson, ext. Appointments are available Monday — Friday, 8: To schedule an appointment, please call Chesterfield Mental Health Intake Call to access mental health or substance use disorder treatment.
Same Day Access Walk- in is available: Monday 8am—2pm; Tuesday—Thursday 8am—4pm; Friday 8am—2pm. Chesterfield Mental Health Prevention Services For programming and support that promotes individual, family and community behavioral wellness please call or visit http: NAMI Central Virginia For support groups, free education, and advocacy for all who live with mental illness and their families please call or visit http: Teen Dating Abuse Hotline , chat at loveisrespect.
All parenting classes, youth programs, and community education courses are facilitated by Prevention Services and open to all Chesterfield County residents. Family Resources features a comprehensive list of community resources. Please call if you need help with: IEPs, behavior, waivers, educational support, aging of your loved one with Down syndrome and more! Resources for Independent Living, Inc. The ARC of Virginia The Arc of Virginia promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes.
Virginia Autism Council The Virginia Autism Council is a council of autism experts seeking to define needed skill competencies and to advance higher education, training and educational opportunities for personnel and caregivers supporting individuals with autism.
Decoding Dyslexia Virginia is a grassroots movement focused on linking families to resources, support, and educational interventions for dyslexia. We aim to raise dyslexia awareness, empower families to support their children and inform policy-makers on best practices to identify, remediate and support students with dyslexia in Virginia.
Access Chesterfield Access Chesterfield is a shared-ride transportation service for Chesterfield County Residents that aims to improve transportation services for older adults, people with disabilities, and individuals with lower incomes. Customers are required to schedule their rides at least one day in advance. Reservations may be made as early as 14 days in advance. Scheduling priority is given to medical appointments and work trips.
Whenever Access Chesterfield references a work trip, it refers to paid work, not volunteer work. Assistance to and from medical appointments for qualified Medicaid recipients If you have Medicaid, transportation services are available by appointment only and is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week including holidays. To make an appointment please call: Call for assistance with application. Virginia Easy Access provides special resources for seniors and people with disabilities.
Call 1- and Press 1. For more information please call or Home Family and Community Engagement. Family and Community Engagement. The office supports the belief and vision that: Excellence in education begins with strong relationships and partnerships within our academic and social communities. All families have the capacity and desire to actualize the very best outcomes for their child. Families and schools should be equal partners. The responsibility for building and sustaining partnerships between school, home and community rests primarily within the school system.
Guidelines for Chesterfield County Public Library has a wealth of resources such as databases that offer help from homework to test prep. Khan Academy Colorín , Colorado! There are office personnel who speak Spanish. Domestic and Sexual Violence Supports. Shelters All listings under the Shelters have available case managers to help locate permanent low cost housing. Sharing the housing of others due to loss of housing, economic hardship or a similar reason.
Living in motels, hotels, trailer parks or campgrounds due to a lack of alternative adequate housing. Living in an emergency or transitional shelter. Living in a car, park or public place not meant for habitation. A child or youth not living in the physical custody of a parent or legal guardian due to incarceration or death of parent or because the youth has run away. What Are My Rights? Enroll in school immediately, even if you do not have all of the required documents.
Attend classes while the school gathers needed documents. Enroll in the local school or continue attending the school of origin the school attended when permanently housed or the school in which the student was last enrolled. Transportation to and from the school of origin if requested. Educational services comparable to those provided to other students, according to the students needs.
Free school breakfast and lunch and school fee waivers. Sign up on Eventbrite! Engage Chesterfield Engage Chesterfield: College Application Assistance October 2, Chesterfield County Summer Sessions June 18, Monday 28th of October Thursday 19th of December Monday 6th of January Friday 14th of February Monday 24th of February Friday 3rd of April Monday 20th of April Friday 22nd of May Monday 1st of June Tuesday 21st of July Saturday 20th of October Sunday 28th of October Saturday 22nd of December Sunday 6th of January Saturday 16th of February Sunday 24th of February Saturday 6th of April Monday 22nd of April Saturday 25th of May Sunday 2nd of June Wednesday 24th of July Sunday 1st of September Saturday 19th of October Sunday 27th of October Friday 20th of December Sunday 5th of January
View the Chesterfield College Calendar of the student academic year for / including the term dates and holidays. Chesterfield College / Verification. The Term and Holiday Dates have not been Verified by Chesterfield College. To view the local council dates visit Derbyshire Local Education Authority. The dates for Chesterfield College may be different to the dates published by the Local Education Authority, so please ensure you check the dates with . Chesterfield Primary School Holidays and Term Dates Term and Holiday Dates for Chesterfield Primary School are taken from data sourced from the website of Enfield Council / Local Authority. This data should only be used as a guide.