Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board

Fairfax County, Virginia



Emergency - 703-573-5679 Detox - 703-502-7000 (24/7)

703-383-8500 | TTY 711

8221 Willow Oaks Corporate Drive
Fairfax, Virginia 22031

Daryl Washington, Executive Director


The Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board (CSB) provides services for people of all ages who have mental illness, substance use disorders and/or developmental disabilities. Our vision is that everyone in our community has the support needed to live a healthy, fulfilling life.

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Emergency mental health services 24/7
703-573-5679   TTY 711

Merrifield Center, Lower Level
If possible, before coming to the Merrifield Center, please call ahead to Emergency Services to see if you are able to be seen via telehealth services – phone or video.

Fairfax Detoxification Center 24/7
TTY 703-322-9080

Learn how CSB services have been adjusted during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

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703-383-8500   TTY 711
Mon. – Fri., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

During this time, CSB has transitioned mainly to telehealth services via Zoom for Healthcare, by phone or video.

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CSB News

March 31, 2022
Take advantage of a free, convenient, confidential, and safe disposal of unused or expired medications during Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 30, 2022. Why drop off your unwanted medications? Drug take back programs are a safe method for disposing of prescription drugs and are organized and closely monitored by local, state, and federal government agencies. Safe disposal of unused or expired medications prevents drug abuse and misuse, accidental poisoning, and protects the environment. Saturday, April 30, 2022 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Drop off unused or expired medications at the locations listed below (Accepted items: prescription and non-prescription pills, e-cigarettes and vaping devices with batteries removed, small liquid packs/pods for e-cigarettes and vaping devices, prescription ointments, and medications for pets. Not accepted: illegal drugs, pressurized canisters [inhalers/aerosol cans], needles, large sources of liquids, non-prescription ointments and lotions.) Disposal is FREE, convenient, confidential, and safe Safe handling of unused or expired medications: Protects the environment Prevents drug misuse Prevents accidental poisoning Drop-Off Sites Fair Oaks District Station 12300 Lee Jackson Memorial Highway, Fairfax, VA 22033 Franconia District Station 6121 Franconia Road, Alexandria, VA 22310 Mason District Station 6507 Columbia Pike, Annandale, VA 22003 McLean District Station 1437 Balls Hill Road, McLean, VA 22101 Mount Vernon District Station 2511 Parkers Lane, Alexandria, VA 22306 Reston Hospital Center 1850 Town Center Parkway, Reston, VA 20190 Outside Pavilion 1, across from Parking Garage B Sully District Station 4900 Stonecroft Boulevard, Chantilly, VA 20151 West Springfield District Station 6140 Rolling Road, Springfield, VA 22152 Need help with a substance misuse issue? Call the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board: Emergency Services (24/7) – 703-573-5679 (TTY 711) Fairfax Detoxification Center (24/7) – 703-502-7000(TTY 703-322-9080) CSB Entry & Referral Services – 703-383-8500 Call 911 for life-threatening emergencies Can’t make it to Drug Take Back Day? No problem. Learn about year-round prescription and over the counter medication disposal, including those prescribed by veterinarians. Our community partners The DEA Drug Take Back Day is coordinated by the Fairfax County Police Department in collaboration with the various Fairfax County government departments: the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board, Health Department, Neighborhood and Community Services, Public Works and Environmental Services, and in partnership with the Rotary Clubs of Fairfax County, the Fairfax Prevention Coalition and local businesses. Printable Drug Take Back Day flyers [Click on the image below for the April 30, 2022 printable flyer, or right-click to save the image]                 Social media graphics Help spread the word about Drug Take Back Day by sharing these images. [Click on the image below, then right-click to save]

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March 7, 2022
“Excellence is an art won by training and habituation. We do not act rightly because we have virtue or excellence, but rather we have those because we have acted rightly. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.” – Aristotle   The Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board (CSB) provides services for people of all ages who have mental illness, substance use disorders, and/or developmental disabilities to help them to build and live their best lives. Every day, CSB employees and partners commit themselves to provide excellent services to individuals in our community. Many go above and beyond in meaningful and unforgettable ways. The CSB’s Spirit of Excellence Awards, which are not exclusively for CSB staff, recognize these individuals for their enduring actions. This year’s CSB Spirit of Excellence Award Team is now seeking nominations for all-stars (or teams of all-stars) whose outstanding performance, attitude, and actions promote, reinforce, or embody the CSB’s mission, vision and values. Do you know an extraordinary individual or team that embodied excellence and superior performance in the services they provided in the past year? Please consider nominating that individual or team for a Spirit of Excellence Award. Any member of the community can nominate or be nominated. Since July 2007, each year CSB employees and others have been recognized for excellence by colleagues and community members. Nominations will be accepted through tbd date March 2022. Get more information about the Spirit of Excellence Award. Fill out this nomination form for an INDIVIDUAL or fill out this nomination form for a TEAM.   

REVIVE! opioid overdose reversal training online training with person at computer

January 11, 2022
Overdoses can happen in unexpected situations – a social gathering, a school event, with a friend or family member, or other community event. You may not know that someone is at risk of overdose. Stigma prevents many who use drugs from telling others. Do you know how to help someone who has overdosed on opioids? The Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board (CSB) is offering a free online REVIVE! classes that will provide you with the knowledge and confidence you need to potentially save a life during an opioid overdose emergency. During this 60-minute virtual class, you will learn: How to recognize the signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose. How to administer naloxone nasal spray to potentially reverse the effects of an opioid overdose. What to do and not do when responding. In order to access the online class, you will need: A smart phone, tablet, desktop or laptop computer equipped with a camera, microphone and speakers. Zoom video meetings conferencing software, available for free download. Find a training date now Registration will be confirmed via email, including course log-in instructions for Zoom and additional registration instructions. Upon completion of the online training, residents of Fairfax County and Cities of Fairfax and Falls Church will receive the REVIVE! kit (two CPR mouth barriers, vinyl gloves, stickers, instruction card) and/or no-cost naloxone. If you would like more information on how to obtain naloxone in your region, or outside the Fairfax-Falls Church area, please contact the Wellness, Health Promotion & Prevention Team. Support for this program is from the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Services. Get a printable flyer for virtual REVIVE! trainings.

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December 6, 2021
The Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board (CSB) has currently awarded mini-grants for 10 projects, all planned and led by young people, which aim to reduce the stigma associated with mental health issues among their peers. Each of the projects will be implemented by August 15th, 2022. Funding for the CSB's mini-grant program for youth-led projects is from a regional suicide prevention grant in collaboration with the Suicide Prevention Alliance of Northern VA (SPAN). "The purpose of this initiative is for youth to lead the way in helping their peers and community to recognize a mental health concern in themselves or in someone else, and to not hesitate to get help," says Marla Zometsky, Manager of CSB Wellness, Health Promotion and Prevention Services. The grants were awarded to:   Diana Morales: T Vape Frost Minds Matter: Frost Minds Matter’s Buttons for Change Lydia Perkins: Portable Comfort Classroom Strawbridge Square Community Center: Mental Health/Suicide Awareness Prevention Walk Psi Alpha Alpha chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc: Manup Mental Awareness Nami Northern Virginia: Youth Fest 2022/ Wellness Kits Derek Liu: Youth Mental Health Documentary Project Enterprise Community Development (ECD): Wake Up / Step Up Reston Youth Empowerment Ava Belmont: The Mindfulness Spot Jack Barnes: Buttons Unite Students "One in every five people in the U.S. experiences a mental health disorder every year," says Zometsky. "Mental health disorders are common and treatable, but people are often reluctant seek help because of the misunderstanding and stigma.  For youth, studies show that stigma, trust and confidentiality are barriers to help-seeking. Youth are powerful leaders in overcoming the barriers to suicide prevention as they help to create messages and strategies that resonate with their peers.  Their involvement has a profound impact on the culture of their schools and communities, ultimately leading to the social change that can help to increase help-seeking, reduce stigma and prevent suicide. The CSB and SPAN seek to support young people to be the driving force for a positive culture change to eliminate the stigma around mental illness. Interested in applying for a Youth-Led Mini Grant – look for the next opportunity in Fall 2022. Interested in getting involved in other prevention focused youth initiatives, such as the Fairfax Prevention Coalition? Contact CSB's Wellness, Health Promotion & Prevention team. Learn more about the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board.

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October 26, 2021
The Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board's FY 2021 Annual Report highlights the work of our dedicated staff and partners, and the positive difference our services are making in the lives of people in our community.

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About the Health & Human Services System

The Community Services Board is a part of the Fairfax County Health & Human Services System (HHS). The HHS System is a network of county agencies and community partners that support the well-being of all who live, work, and play in Fairfax County.

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