The Children’s Health Improvement Partnership (CHIP) of New River Valley continually builds and maintains a network of local public/private partnerships to improve the health status of young children in need and to support and enhance their family’s ability to move toward self sufficiency. CHIP builds on family strengths and promotes family empowerment.
The purpose of CHIP is to assist low-income families with children up to age 7 and pregnant women with access to medical and dental services and act as a link to other human service organizations/providers in the NRV. The CHIP model is unique to the New River Valley in that it offers comprehensive case management in the home where children receive consistent and comprehensive care in a familiar setting. CHIP services, provided by a nurse and a home visitor team, include helping families make and keep appointments and follow physician recommendations, educational home visits, parenting education, helping families set and reach personal and family goals, transportation to medical and dental appointments, medical case management, and referrals to other community-based services to help meet the multifaceted needs of families. All services emphasize prevention and early intervention.
CHIP of New River Valley is funded by CHIP of Virginia, the United Way/Fund, the United Fund of Giles County, the Virginia Department of Social Services-Promoting Safe and Stable Families, foundations, private donations and other local, state and federal funds.
Contact the CHIP Administration Office for more information.
215B Fort Branch Rd., Pearisburg
Phone 540-921- 4800
4 South Franklin Street, Christiansburg
Pulaski County/ City of Radford:
412 N. Jefferson Ave, Pulaski, VA 24301
216 Parkway Lane, PO Box 849, Floyd, VA 24091