Virginia Medicaid forms are available online at DSS.Virginia.gov. The forms must be printed from the Department of Social Services website, completed, and then sent or delivered to the local Department of Social Services office. Applications may also be filed at some of the larger Virginia hospitals.
To be eligible, certain financial requirements must be met. Applicants are asked to verify financial resources, including checking and saving accounts, property and stocks. Proof of U.S. citizenship and Virginia residency, as well as a Social Security number, are also required.
Statuses that may meet eligibility requirements include being a pregnant woman, a child in a low-income family, an elderly person, a disabled person or a parent who meets specific income levels. An interview is not required for the application process; however, the application must be signed. Should one be unable to sign the application, a legal guardian, attorney-in-fact, conservator, authorized representative or parent may sign on the applicant's behalf.
Some Medicaid covered services have a co-payment that is required. The co-payment may range from $1 for a clinic visit to $100 for a hospital admission. Federal law allows the Virginia Medicaid program to cover a wide range of services including doctors' services, prescription medications and skilled nursing care.