* CareVan

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Services & Resources


  • Reduce Health Inequities Within Communities in Need
  • Simplify the Process for Enrollment and Continuation of Services
  • Develop and Nurture Community Relationships
  • Promote Awareness of Health, Housing and Human Services and Programs




The service locations for the CareVan will be determined from a variety of sources including data from the Coordinated Services Planning teamHealth Department’s COVID-19 dashboard and One Fairfax’s COVID-19 Vulnerability Index.



What the CareVan Can Do For You

Family Assistance Workers provide:

  • Health Department eligibility and enrollment for:
    • Medical home assistance
    • Federal-qualified health centers
    • Medicaid
    • Medical Care for Children partnership
  • Health Department services
    • Dental
    • Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
    • Speech
    • Hearing
    • Maternity program
    • Eye care

Vaccine Navigators (Community Health Workers) provide:

  • COVID-19 education and resources
    • Educate residents about the COVID-19 vaccine.
    • Address vaccine hesitancy.
    • Raise awareness of vaccination sites.
    • Schedule residents for vaccination.
    • Educate residents on protective behaviors in the event they do not want to be vaccinated.
    • Assist residents in getting connected to health services.
    • Increase the effectiveness of the CBOs’ COVID-related outreach efforts.

The CareVan Coordinator (Department of Neighborhood & Community Services) provides information about:

Where You'll Find the CareVan

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Contact Us


For questions and more information about CareVan services, call 703-324-7004, TTY 711, or send an email. You may also fill out the contact form below. In your message, be sure to include the requested date, time and location for your event.

For photo or video opportunities, email the CareVan Coordinator.



Contact the CareVan


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