Comprehensive Services Act

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The Comprehensive Services Act

CSA - logo   The Comprehensive Services Act is a Virginia law designed to help troubled youths and their families. State and local agencies, parents and private service providers work together to plan and provide services to children who have serious emotional or behavioral problems; who may need residential care or services beyond the scope of standard agency services; who need special education through a private school program; or who receive foster care services.

Throughout Virginia, teams known as Community Policy and Management Teams (CPMTs) implement the Comprehensive Services Act as specified by the Code of Virginia. The governing bodies of Fairfax County and the cities of Fairfax and Falls Church work jointly to implement the CSA locally through the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Policy and Management Team (CPMT) -- with the goal of strengthening and reuniting families.


For Parents

The CSA Parent Handbook in pdf format
Guía para los padres - CSA Parent Handbook in Spanish
CSA Parent Flyer

FAPT Appeal Process

Appeal Procedures
Appeal Procedures - Spanish
Right to Appeal
Right to Appeal in Spanish

2016 Symposium Presentations

Morning Presentations:

Robyn Mehlenbeck: Family Systems Interventions: Improving Outcomes for our Children

Tara M. Chaplin: Emotion Regulation and Adolescent Substance Abuse

Afternoon Presentations:


Jonathan Dalton: Evidence-Based Treatment of School Refusal and Related Anxeity Disorders in Children and Adolescents


Local Manual

Local CSA Policy Manual


CPMT Roster
CPMT By-Laws


CSA Staff Roster
CSA Staff
Organizational Chart
FAPT Members


Youth and Family Meeting Action Plan
Action Plan Tutorial
Application for Medicaid


Children's Behavioral Services Inventory
Fairfax-Falls Church Children's Behavioral Health System of Care Blueprint 2016-2019
System of Care Principles and Practice Standards
Annual Report 2013
Annual Report 2012
Annual Report 2011
State CSA Website
Family Partnerhip Program
Intensive Care Coordination


4-2016 Newsletter
3-2016 Newsletter
2-2016 Newsletter
1-2016 Newsletter
12-2015 Newsletter
11-2015 Newsletter
10-2015 Newsletter
8-2015 Newsletter
1-2015 Newsletter
12-2014 Newsletter
11-2014 Newsletter
10-2014 Newsletter
9-2014 Newsletter
8-2014 Newsletter
6-2014 Newsletter

Voltage / External E-Mail 

Guide to the use of Voltage by external users
Quick guide to the use of Voltage by external users

CPMT Minutes and Packets

CPMT Minutes, agendas and packets are available upon request. Please contact Mariann Gabor at 324-7938 or


Other Information

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The mission of the Fairfax-Falls Church CPMT is to provide leadership in the development of new concepts and approaches in the provision of services to children, youth and families of Fairfax County and the cities of Fairfax and Falls Church.The primary focus of the CPMT is to lead the way to effective services to children already at risk of experiencing emotional/behavioral problems-- especially those at risk or in need of out-of-home placements -- and their families.


For more information, contact us at:

Comprehensive Services Act
Fairfax County Human Services
12011 Government Center Parkway, Suite 500
Fairfax , Virginia 22035-1102
Phone: (703) 324-7938
Fax: (703) 653-1369
TTY: 222-9452

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