The City of Fairfax provides a comprehensive array of human services to city residents by various Fairfax County agencies under contract to the city.
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Locate stores with senior store hours supporting the elderly during the COVID19 pandemic.
Locate food distribution sites supporting City residents during the COVID19 pandemic.
24/7 Crisis Numbers:
If you are experiencing an immediately life threatening situation, call 911.
Emergency Mental Health Services, 703-573-5679, TTY 711
Fairfax Detoxification Center, 703 502-7000, TTY 703 322-9080
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-8255
Domestic and Sexual Violence Hotline, 703-360-7273, TTY 711
Adult Protective Services, 703 324-7450, TTY 711
(Report abuse, exploitation or neglect of adults 60 years and older or adults 18 years and older and incapacitated).
Child Protective Services, 703 324-7400, TTY 711
(Report abuse, neglect or concerns about a child’s well-being).
The following information lines are available from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday:
Coordinated Service Planning, 703-222-0880, TTY 711
(Connects residents to County and community-based resources to address immediate and long term needs such as food, shelter, clothing, healthcare, employment and financial assistance).
Domestic and Sexual Violence Services, 703-324-5730, TTY 711
(Programs for women, men, teens and children who have been affected by domestic and sexual violence, stalking, and human trafficking).
Services for Older Adults, 703-324-7948, TTY 711
(Assists older adults and their caregivers connect with County Services that include In-home care, caregiver supports and respite services, case management, transportation, Meals on Wheels, recreation and wellness programs and community engagement opportunities).
Services for People with Disabilities, 703-521-5421, TTY 703-449-1186
(Assists people with disabilities connect with services including assistive technology, case management and support services, community engagement opportunities, employment resources, housing resources, transportation resources and Americans with Disabilities (ADA) and other disability laws).
Fairfax County agencies serving the City of Fairfax:
Coordinated Services Planning (Connects residents to County and community-based resources to address immediate and long term needs).
- Community Services Board (Mental Health, Substance Abuse and Developmental Services)
- Family Services
- Health Department
- Housing & Community Development
- Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court
- Neighborhood and Community Services
There are numerous non-profits, faith-based and community organizations currently supporting local residents. These organizations rely on donations, charitable contributions and volunteers to meet community needs.
A Place to Stand is a community group that works directly with City of Fairfax Schools to help eradicate homelessness and hunger.
Volunteer Fairfax - The Volunteer Fairfax website provides a list of local non-profits and faith-based organizations, their contact information and a listing of their current donation and volunteer needs.
The Human Services Resource Guide (HSRG) provides immediate 24/7 access to detailed information on thousands of non-profit and government services available to Fairfax County and Fairfax City residents. Listings include detailed service descriptions, eligibility requirements, locations (maps and directions), and contact information.