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									Reference List of State-Funded Services
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Advocacy/Legal Representation: Advocacy services help people with disabilities to argue
(advocate) for rights, benefits, or assistance related to their disability, or train them to advocate for
themselves and others. Legal services provide advice, assistance, or legal representation to persons
with disabilities and their families.
Client Assistance Program (CAP) from the Virginia Office for Protection and Advocacy (VOPA)
Development Disabilities Assistance Program (DD) from the Virginia Office for Protection and
Advocacy (VOPA)
Protection and Advocacy for Beneficiaries of Social Security (PABSS) from the Virginia Office for
Protection and Advocacy (VOPA)
Protection and Advocacy for Individuals with Mental Illness (PAIMI) from the Virginia Office for
Protection and Advocacy (VOPA)
Protection and Advocacy for Individual Rights (PAIR) from the Virginia Office for Protection and
Advocacy (VOPA)
Virginians with Disabilities Act (VDA) from the Virginia Office for Protection and Advocacy
(VOPA)
Partners in Policy Making: Competitive advocacy training from the Virginia Board for People with
Disabilities (VBPD)
Legal Assistance Activities from Area Agency on Aging (Triple A)
Ombudsman Services from Area Agency on Aging (Triple A)
Human Rights from the Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse
Services (DMHMRSAS)
Consumer Service Fund from the Department of Rehabilitative Services (DRS)
Assistive Technology Assistive technology programs help people with disabilities in
identifying and accessing equipment and technology that improves their ability to function and/or
communicate at home, at work, and in other important life settings.
Assistive Technology (AT) from the Virginia Office for Protection and Advocacy (VOPA)
Assistive technology loan from the Virginia Assistive Technology Loan Fund (VATLFA)
Technology Assistance Program (TAP) operated by the Department for the Deaf and Hard of
Hearing (DDHH)
Case Management Services Case management services help people with disabilities to
identify and access the benefits, services, and programs that are available to assist them.
Area Agency on Aging (Triple A)
Long Term Rehabilitation Case Management from the Department of Rehabilitative Services
(DRS)
Mental Retardation Case Management from the Community Services Board (CSB)
Mental Health Case Management from the Community Services Board (CSB)
Substance Abuse Case Management from the Community Services Board (CSB)
Communication
Sign Language Interpreter Services Program
Virginia Relay Service
Day Programs Day programs include day care programs for adults and children with
disabilities, community day support services, in-home services, PACT, Clubhouse services
(Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services), and other programs which offer non-residential daily
therapeutic activities to participants.
Adult Day Care Program
Day Care for Children with Special Needs
Community Mental Retardation Day Support Services
Community Mental Retardation In-home Services
Community Mental Health Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services (“Clubhouse”)
Program of Assertive Community Treatment (PACT)
Community Substance Abuse Services
Brain Injury Direct Services (BIDS)
Adult Services – Home Based Program operated by Department of Social Services (DSS)
Medication Management
Outpatient Treatment
Crisis Management
Education and Training Educational and training programs include programs designed to
help disabled persons improve their ability to live independently as well as public school-based
special education services, and schools for the deaf and blind.
Center for Independent Living (CIL)
Special Education and Related Services from the local school system
School for the Deaf and Blind
Family and Consumer Training Fund from the Virginia Board for People with Disabilities (VBPD)
Youth Leadership Forum from the Virginia Board for People with Disabilities (VBPD)
Socialization, Education, and Recreation Programs from the Area Agency on Aging (Triple A)
Rehabilitation teaching/independent living services from the Department for the Blind and Vision
Impaired (DBVI)
Education Services from the Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired (DBVI)
Employment Services Employment services help people with disabilities to develop job-
related skills or provide supports to help people stay in their jobs. They also include supported
employment and center-based employment (sheltered workshop) programs.
Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Services from the Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired
(DBVI), including orientation; mobility services; low vision services; and services to deaf-blind
persons
Virginia Rehabilitation Center for the Blind and Vision Impaired
Extended Employment Services /Long-term Employment Support Services
Vocational Rehabilitation Services from the Department of Rehabilitative Services (DRS) Field
Rehabilitation Services Division
Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center
Supported Employment
Center-based Employment (Sheltered workshop)




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Health-Related Services These include medical services (both preventive and treatment-
focused) provided to elderly persons, children with special health care needs, substance abusers,
and residents of state hospitals and MR training centers who need non-psychiatric medical care.
Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Services
Care Connection for Children (CCC) Network of the Children with Special Health Care Needs
Program
Child Development Clinic (CDC) Network of the Children with Special Health Care Needs
Program
The Infant & Toddler Connection of Virginia (Virginia’s Part C Early Intervention Program)
Substance Abuse Detoxification Services
Hiram W. Davis Medical Center (HWDMC)
Housing Housing-related services include programs to improve home safety, energy efficiency,
and accessibility for persons with disabilities, as well as mortgage loan and housing tax credit
programs. Supportive housing is also included in this category.
Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP)
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
Emergency Home Repair (EHR)
Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA)
Supportive Housing
Indoor Plumbing Rehabilitation Program (IPR)
Affordable Housing Production/Preservation Program (AHPP)
Single Family Regional Loan Fund (SFRLF)
Mortgage loan programs for rental housing
Low-Income Housing Tax Credits
Mortgage loan programs for home purchase and home repair/improvement
Housing Choice Vouchers (Section 8)
Residential Repair and Renovation from Area Agency on Aging (Triple A)
Residential Services Residential services are programs that are staffed 24 hours a day.
Community Mental Retardation Residential Services
State mental retardation (MR) facilities (also known as “training centers”)
Community Mental Health Residential Services
State mental health facilities (also known as “state hospitals”)
Community Substance Abuse Residential Services
Nursing home services
Assisted living facility services
Children’s Residential Services under the Comprehensive Services Act (CSA)
Other Services
Homemaker Services
Information and Assistance
Meal Programs and Nutrition Services
Personal Care Services from Area Agency on Aging (Triple A)
Personal Assistance Services from the Department of Rehabilitative Services (DRS)
Transportation Services from Area Agency on Aging (Triple A)
Insurance Counseling and Assistance Services from Area Agency on Aging (Triple A)
Social Security Administration Disability Determinations and Medicaid Determinations
Disability Services Boards / Rehabilitative Services Incentive Fund
Adult Protective Services Program operated by the Department of Social Services (DSS)
Outreach Services offered by the Department for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DDHH)
Public Guardianship


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