Unite Virginia is a coordinated care network of health and social service providers. Partners in the network are connected through Unite Us’ shared technology platform, which enables them to send and receive electronic referrals, address people’s social needs and improve health across communities. Unite Virginia is built in partnership with the Office of the Virginia Secretary of Health and Human Resources, the Virginia Department of Health, Optima Health, Partnering for a Healthy Virginia, Kaiser Permanente, Virginia Mental Health Access Program, Ballad Health, Virginia Department of Social Services, Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association, and the STRONG Accountable Care Community. The network is supported by a Virginia-based Unite Us team focused on community engagement, network health and optimization, and customer success.
Joining the network is at no cost for community-based organizations and many organizations that are considered part of the safety net, like community health centers, tribal clinics, and mental health centers.
Network partners are able to refer to partners based in Tennessee, Maryland, the DC area and Virginia through the Unite Us Platform to ensure communities and individuals can seamlessly access much-needed resources and services. Unite Virginia currently serves partners in Chesapeake, Franklin City, Hampton, Isle of Wight, James City, Newport News, Poquoson, Portsmouth, Southampton, Suffolk, Williamsburg, York, Harrisonburg, Rockingham, Gloucester, Mathews, Virginia Beach, Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax City, Fairfax County, Loudoun, Clarke, Frederick, Page, Shenandoah, Warren, Winchester, Surry, Sussex, and Northampton, Augusta, Rockbridge, Bath, Highland and Henrico counties.
Unite Virginia expands upon the work of regional Unite Us-powered networks.
Hampton Roads United Network launched on Veteran’s Day in 2016, in partnership with the United Way of South Hampton Roads, and expanded in 2019 in partnership with Optima.
Empower Harrisonburg Rockingham launched in March 2019, in partnership with the United Way of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County.
Connect NSV launched in July 2019, in partnership with Valley Health, United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley, and a SAMHSA grant from George Mason University.
Some of these efforts span multiple states, including ServingTogether, a program of EveryMind and in partnership with AmericaServes, and the Mid-Atlantic Community Network, launched by Kaiser Permanente.
Resources for Partners
Click on the resources below to learn more about Unite Virginia.