Virginia Advance Directives
This form can be used to:
This form was developed by legal and health care experts to be simpler and easier to use than the HCDA Form. Like the Integrated Form, the VHHA form provides more guidance and flexibility in helping you give directions about health care.
However, the VHHA Form does not have specific sections about health care history and needs related to mental health crisis. It also does not have the protest provision.
You can download a PDF of the VHHA Form by clicking here.
Copyright © Virginia Advance Directives
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Contact the Webmaster
This website is not intended to provide legal advice. It is merely a guide, and reflects one view of Advance Directives in Virginia. It can be beneficial to consult with an attorney regarding your Advance Directive. However, the intention of Virginia’s law on Advance Directives is to enable and encourage all capable adults to fill out an Advance Directive on their own.
This website is designed and administered by Mental Health America of Virginia (MHAV) and is funded through a grant by the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services.