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COVID-19 Health Resources


Centers for Disease Control:

US Department of Veterans Affairs:

Virginia Department of Health:

Lord Fairfax Health Department:

Information on Local Insurance Coverage and Telemedicine Services

Valley Health System - See this flyer for a number you can refer clients to who are worried about a respiratory illness 


Medicaid - Medicaid officials are working closely with providers to review and respond to the needs of higher risk and older members who are most susceptible to COVID-19. The agency is developing additional policies and initiatives to address health challenges related to the coronavirus as conditions evolve.

Virginians who need health coverage can visit to find out if they may be eligible for Medicaid. They can apply for health coverage at any time by going online to

CVS and Walgreens are providing free delivery of prescription medications. Therefore, when people call in to get a script filled or refilled, they can ask that the FamilyWize discount be applied by providing them the following information that is on our card (info can also be found online).  Since FamilyWize does not require registration, there is no need for them to physically show a card. 

BIN:               610194

Card ID:         FW100

Group ID:       FW100

PCN:               FW

Town of Shenandoah, VA - DID YOU KNOW SOME OF OUR LOCAL PHARMACIES ARE NOW OFFERING CURBSIDE SERVICE OR DELIVERY FOR YOUR MEDICATIONS?Call the Pharmacy and speak to a representative for more information on the following services:

  • Elkton Family Pharmacy: 540-298-9090
    • Curbside pickup
    • Door-to-Door Delivery; To Elkton addresses ONLY.
  • Elkton Walgreens Pharmacy: 540-298-2234
    • Delivery through the mail; Prescriptions must be ordered through the Walgreens App.
  • Luray CVS Pharmacy: 540-743-4529
    • FREE delivery through the mail; Prescriptions can be ordered through the CVS App, Online, or Over the Phone.
  • Luray Walmart Pharmacy: 540-743-1701
    • Curbside pickup


Sinclair Clinic

Please note some of these Pharmacies have also temporarily changed their hours. Check with the Pharmacy for their updated hours prior to picking up your prescription.

To better serve workers whose wages have been cut or lost due to the surge of economic instability, Sinclair Health Clinic has increased its new patient enrollment hours.

New Patient Enrollment Hours Starting March 23rd: Monday – Friday  9am to 3pm

We have implemented state and CDC public health guidelines regarding in-person enrollment, but we strongly encourage new patient applicants to enroll online right now (or anytime) at

And if you now wondering how to get your prescriptions filled, we have a full pharmacy in our clinic open five days a week to the entire community (for non-patients, too); we may be able to save you even more money as you care for yourself and those you love.

Call 540-536-1680 for more information.


Recovery Programs

Please see the below list of recovery resources as well as a list of virtual peer-led groups that Northwestern will soon be offering.  Please share with anyone who may benefit!  In addition to sending out e-mail updates to all of you, I will continue to update our website with local resources:  Peer Led Groups on Zoom Starting Soon (with NSVSC)

• Thursdays @ 2 PM (starting 3/26): The Silver Lining Group hosted by Julie, ID # 6360856554 or link up This will be an open topic discussing group.

• Fridays @ 2 PM (starting 3/27): Art & Creativity hosted by Kat, ID # 8533023431. This group will focus on the benefits of art and creativity as coping strategies.

• Tuesdays @ 10 AM (starting 3/30): Just Breathe hosted by Jennifer, ID # 2718591808 or link up This group will focus on mindfulness & meditation

• Wednesdays @ 2 PM (starting 4/1): Reflective Inspiration hosted by David, ID # 2099953510 or link up This meeting with begin with a daily inspirational reading followed by open discussion.