DD Resources

Find general and community resources below.

General Resources

  • Crisis Services
    833-968-1800

    REACH Crisis Services are designed to meet the crisis support needs of individuals who have a developmental disability and are experiencing crisis events which put them at risk for homelessness, incarceration, hospitalization, and/or danger to self or others.

  • Medicaid
    804-365-4100
    Looking for Medicaid information? The Department of Social Services is your one stop shop for Benefits and Services such as Medicaid, Energy Assistance (Heating and Cooling), SNAP Food Benefits, Temporary Cash Assistance for Families with Minor Children (TANF), or Health Care Coverage (Medicaid, FAMIS).

  • CCC Plus Waiver
    804-365-4100
    The Commonwealth Coordinated Care (CCC) Plus Waiver provides care in the home and community rather than in a nursing facility (NF) or other specialized care medical facility. It is available to children and adults who meet program criteria and does not have a waitlist. Call Hanover Social Services to schedule a screening.

  • Employment
    804-662-7000
    Employment support is provided through the Department of Aging and Rehabilitative Services (DARS) to help with preparing for, attaining, and maintaining employment. Call the local office to complete a referral.

  • Hanover Parent Resource Center
    Parent Resource Coordinator - Katy Wilde - 804-365-4596
    Hanover County Public School system has established the Parent Resource Center to help parents to access training, education, resources and staff support regarding information related to the Department of Special Education in the school system.

  • Hanover DASH Transportation
    804-365-3274
    This is a countywide specialized transportation service for residents of Hanover County age 65+ or those with a short term or long term disability. Trips are provided at a flat rate fee one way. For more information call or check out their website.

  • Family Assessment and Planning Team (FAPT)
    FAPT services are provided to at-risk youth and their families through a collaborative approach to those who are receiving services. Eligible youth can receive supports for Private Day School, Foster Care Placement, or available services for those determined to be a Child in Need of Services/Child in Need of Supervision.

  • Social Security Administration Disability Benefits
    1-800-772-1213
    Social Security Administration provides monthly payments to people with disabilities and older adults who meet eligibility criteria for these resources. To apply for Social Security Income, click HERE.