Since 1949, health care organizations across the country have observed May as Mental Health Month. While one in five people will experience a mental illness during their lifetime, everyone faces challenges in life that can impact their mental health. COVID-19 has brought on feelings of sadness, isolation, anxiety, and concern for the future for many… Continue Reading
CHCNRV is monitoring the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) for the safety of our patients, staff, and community. Be aware that CHCNRV does NOT yet have the test for this virus so we are asking our patients to call CHCNRV before coming to the Center IF you are experiencing symptoms. Over the phone, we will be… Continue Reading
Rebecca King-Mallory, M.D. Family Medicine Physician at Community Health Center of the New River Valley, helps clarify some of the many misconceptions when it comes to getting the flu shot.
Holiday stress can rob the season of joy. Whitney Chase offers tips that can help any time during your busy year.
The Community Health Center of the New River Valley (CHCNRV) is privileged to be a recipient of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) 2019 Oral Health Infrastructure Award. The CHCNRV is one of only six federally-qualified health centers in Virginia to receive the competitive $300,000 award. This investment by HRSA is the first that… Continue Reading
Click the image to download the latest newsletter from the Community Heath Center of the New River Valley. You’ll learn about Medicaid expansion, recent awards and honors, new telehealth services, help with covering the cost of prescriptions and more!
Click above to see the interview with Morgan Akers with Community Health Center of the New River Valley talking about all the services they provide and who qualifies.
The Community Health Center of the New River Valley (CHCNRV) was awarded the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) 2019 Quality Improvement Award along with other health centers across the Nation. The award recognizes the work that health centers do to address health priorities as they provide quality, value-based community care. Along with the designation, the CHCNRV… Continue Reading
The Community Health Center of the New River Valley was recently awarded $167,000 as part of an Integrated Behavioral Health Services (IBHS) program grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to enable community health centers, rural organizations and academic institutions to establish and expand access to integrated substance use disorder and… Continue Reading