The Medical Care for Children Partnership (MCCP) is a community partnership administered by the Fairfax County Office of Partnerships that is dedicated to providing medical and dental services to children of the working poor of Fairfax County who otherwise are ineligible to receive healthcare offered through Medicaid or other private and public sources. The aim of the MCCP is to meet the healthcare needs of all Fairfax County children through the continuous development of partnerships between the government, and medical, business and foundation communities, thereby administering the most cost-efficient method to ensure a healthy population. The program serves children who are from 1 month to 18 years of age who live in Fairfax County and are attending school, if school age. They are children of the "working poor" of Fairfax County, whose income does not exceed 250% of poverty ($64,375 for a family of four).
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