Find the Support you Need Through Local Resources and Tools for Caregivers

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Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services

In Virginia, there are more than 1 million people who are currently caring for an adult loved one, according to the AARP.

Older woman with caretaker daughters

Most caregivers say they are stressed trying to balance work, life, and the emotional burden of caregiving. We want caregivers to know they are not alone.

VirginiaNavigator is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to helping you find support groups, low-cost or free respite care, in-home assistance, financial assistance and other local resources. From their site, you can search for what you need, by city, county or ZIP code. You also can visit the Virginia Family Caregiver Solution Center to get useful information on caregiver resources and self-care.

Discover Helpful Community Resources with ServiceNavigator

When you or a loved one has complex needs, it can be hard to find all the support services that are available to you. The ServiceNavigator assessment tool can help.

This tool, created by the nonprofit VirginiaNavigator in partnership with No Wrong Door Virginia, is simple and secure. By simply entering your ZIP code and answering a short list of questions you’ll get a customized list of local resources that can help with caregiving, daily living, financial challenges and more.

Take the ServiceNavigator needs assessment below.

ServiceNavigator Assessment