Virginia Easy Access understands we are currently living in uncertain times. You may find yourself with questions about how to access services for yourself or loved ones, such as where and how to get home delivered meals, transportation, or healthcare services. We are here for you.
To speak directly with someone about your questions, you can connect with one of Virginia’s 2-1-1 operators 24/7 by dialing “211” on your phone or visiting their website by clicking here. You may also visit VirginiaNavigator online and search for resources in your community by clicking here.
If you have questions or are in need of help, we are here for you.
Many people find locating information about available long term services and supports a daunting task. The mission of Virginia Easy Access is to make this search easier. The Virginia Easy Access website connects older adults, adults with disabilities, veterans, and families to information about a wide range of public programs and supports in a way that is accessible and easy to navigate.
Virginia Easy Access is a consumer portal for a much larger initiative called No Wrong Door, designed to streamline access to long term services and supports. No Wrong Door Virginia is a national leader, supporting older adults, family caregivers and individuals of all ages with disabilities. The system provides valuable tools to strengthen community networks, promote person-centered practices, and for individuals to evaluate options and make informed decisions.
Virginia Easy Access is also a gateway to the VirginiaNavigator provider database. Since 2001, this statewide non-profit has provided a connection to long term services and supports for older adults, individuals with disabilities, veterans, and families. With over 26,000 programs and services in its database, VirginiaNavigator provides a wealth of information to individuals and providers. The programs and services included are comprehensive and promote independence, dignity, and quality of life.
Emergencies can strike anyone, anytime and anywhere. A disaster could happen quickly and without warning. You could be forced to leave your neighborhood. You might be confined to your home.
Being prepared means making a plan. Below are links to resources that can help you make an emergency plan.