General COVID-19 Facts & Information
Overview & FAQs
Symptoms and Testing
- Centers for Disease Control
- Virginia Department of Health Testing Guidance
- CDC Evaluating and Testing
Prevention and Taking Care of Yourself
Mental Health Strategies
- Managing Stress
- Stuck at Home? We Have Some Ideas
- How to Talk to Your Kids about the Virus
- How to Cope with COVID-19 Anxiety, Stress, Irritability and Uncertainty
- Emotional Impact of Social Distancing (BIAA Video Series)
- NEW! View Remaining Resilient: Balance Stress from Brain Injury and Coronavirus Webinar
Financial Resources & Medicaid
- Family Leave
- Unemployment Insurance In Virginia
- Finding Child Care Assistance
- Medicaid Updates and COVID-19 Coverage Information
- Medicaid Memo 3/19
- Rebates and Unemployment Benefits in Virginia.
- COVID-19 Impact: Keeping you Informed and Connected - presented April 9, 2020
- Supplemental Security Income Recipients Will Receive Automatic COVID-19 Economic Impact Payments
- Federal income tax extension: July 15, 2020.
- Medicaid Memo 4/22 - New Guidance for Waiver Recipients
- Medicaid Memo - May 15, 2020
Many banks and power companies are providing relief to customers. Internet essentials are being provided at low cost and most pharmacies are providing free prescription deliveries. To learn more, contact your provider.
You can contact BIAV to connect with our Information and Resource Specialists to learn more about community resources that may be available to you. Call 1-800-444-6443 or use the chat feature on our website to speak with a trained professional who will listen to your situation, offer support and provide guidance on accessing services and support. Our I&R service is free and confidential.
2-1-1 VIRGINIA is a United Way program that provides information on government, nonprofit, and community-based agencies, as well as businesses that provide health and human services for Virginians across the state, and you can search for these same services on this 2-1-1 VIRGINIA Website.
|Congress Passes Fourth Coronavirus Aid Bill
Congress returned to Washington, D.C. this week for a short business session to address the coronavirus pandemic. As a result, President Trump is expected to sign a fourth stimulus bill today that Congress passed to provide aid to hospitals and small businesses. The Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act, H.R. 266, will add $320 billion to the Small Business Administration (SBA) Paycheck Protection Program loans and $60 billion to SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans grants and loans.