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Medicaid health care coverage is primarily available to children, pregnant women, parents, older adults, and individuals with disabilities who meet specific income thresholds and other eligibility criteria.
Virginia Medicaid provides access to medical services, such as:
- Outpatient care (primary or specialty care services)
- Hospital care
- Nursing facility services
- Behavioral health services
- Preventive screening, treatment or care for acute illness
- Dental services.
For more detailed information about Medicaid, visit the Virginia Deparment of Medical Assistance Services.
To find medical providers who accept Medicaid, use the "Provider Search" tool on the DMAS website.
If you are eligible to receive Medicaid, SNAP (food stamps), or federally-subsidized housing and you choose to participate, it will not affect immigration applications for Lawful Permanent Resident (green card) status. Eligibility criteria has not changed. Learn more information about immigration in Fairfax County.