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The RxRelief grant through the Virginia Health Care Foundation supports our medications access coordinator (MACs) positions, Yolymar Maisonet and Bridgett Holloway. Jamesha Pettis, our medications program manager, supervises the MACs. The RxRelief grant also includes...Read more »
In March of last year, when our staff members were calling patients who were most at risk for COVID-19 complications, one patient in particular was enormously relieved to hear from us. "I assumed you were closed," she said. "I had no idea where I was going to get my...Read more »
Dear friends, Happy New Year! Along with the rest of the world, we at CrossOver aren’t sorry to say goodbye to 2020. Even though 2021 won’t be easy, we’re eager for the fresh start the new year provides. In the near future, we are looking forward to offering our staff...Read more »
Each year our CrossOver Holiday Families program provides holiday cheer to families in need. Due to COVID-19, we reimagined the program this year to ensure the safety of everyone involved. The new gift card-based format emphasized equity and empowerment for patients,...Read more »
Dear friend, The Christmas story is so familiar that it can be easy to forget how startling it is: A baby in a barn. Angels announcing world-changing news to night laborers. Foreign star-gazers seeing the truth while the locals sleep. The story brims with miracles in...Read more »
This week we are celebrating our amazing TIPS team in recognition of World AIDS Day (December 1). TIPS stands for Treatment, Intervention, and Prevention Services, and CrossOver has been providing testing as well as treatment for HIV/AIDS since 1991. Both of our...Read more »
Dear friends, We’re so excited to share our annual report with you. Inside, among the ever-important patient counts and fiscal stats, you’ll find many beautiful photos taken earlier this year. We were delighted to have Amanda Baier-Miles photograph our Richmond and...Read more »
CrossOver in the news: As COVID cases surge, a South Richmond clinic provides a safety net for the Black and Latino residents that depend on it most
Don't miss this article in the Richmond Times-Dispatch about CrossOver's Richmond Clinic and its importance to our South Richmond neighbors. Thanks to Sabrina Moreno and the Times-Dispatch for helping to tell our story. "For nearly 6,000 people like Cruz, CrossOver —...Read more »
Ready or not, it's holiday shopping season! This year, consider honoring the special people in your life (and maintaining social distancing!) by shopping at the CrossOver store. Visit the online store to purchase gifts in any amount and designate them to the program...Read more »
At CrossOver, we are in critical need of volunteers to serve as Spanish language interpreters. Due to a current shortage of interpreters, front office staff and clinic managers are often pulled away from their responsibilities in order to assist with interpretation....Read more »
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