Department of Medical Assistance Services
PACE - Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly
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OVERVIEW
The Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) was established to help adults ages 55+ who are living with chronic healthcare needs and/or disabilities receive community-based healthcare services and supports. By providing flexibility in how participants’ healthcare needs are met, PACE is often able to assist persons meeting functional nursing home level of care to reside within their own homes and communities longer than would have otherwise been possible.
For additional information, visit:
Bullet PACE Quick Facts - Maintained by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), this site provides a general overview of PACE services and eligibility requirements.
Bullet PACE in Virginia: An Overview for Potential Participants and Family Members – This PowerPoint presentation provides an overview of PACE services in Virginia, including a summary of what steps to take should you be interested in enrolling in a PACE program.
Bullet Virginia PACE Locations – This page will provide you the address, phone number, and website for each PACE site across Virginia.
Bullet Virginia PACE Alliance – This is the website of the Virginia PACE Alliance (VPA), which is an organization dedicated to advancing PACE awareness across the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Bullet National PACE Association – This is the website of the National PACE Association (NPA), which is an organization dedicated to advancing PACE awareness across the United States.
REPORTS
Bullet 2015 Annual PACE Report
Bullet 2014 Annual PACE Report
Bullet 2013 Annual PACE Report
VIRGINIA PACE PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS
Bullet Request for Application and PACE Partners
To locate a PACE® program in your community, input a zip code. The system will provide contact information, if a PACE site location is available in the locality.
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