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Long Term Services and Supports (Department of Medical Assistance Services, DMAS)


The Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS) plays a critical role in improving the health and well-being of Virginians through access to high-quality health care coverage. This year, Medicaid expanded eligibility for health coverage to close to 400,000 Virginia adults. This year also marks the one-year anniversary of Virginia’s nationally-renowned Substance Use Disorder benefit, the Addiction and Recovery Treatment Services program. DMAS also achieved major milestones in the two overarching managed care programs that serve Medicaid beneficiaries, including implementation of Medallion 4.0 and the one-year anniversary of Commonwealth Coordinated Care Plus for complex individuals.

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  • Information
  • Services
  • Programs & Initiatives
  • Waivers & Consumer Directed Services


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