Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board


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Emergency (Answered 24/7)

  • CSB Emergency Services – 703-573-5679
  • Suicide prevention hotline – 703-527-4077
    Text 703-940-0888
  • Fairfax Detoxification Center – 703-502-7000
    TTY 703-322-9080
  • If immediately life-threatening, call 911.

 

 

Business hours

  • CSB Entry & Referral – 703-383-8500
  • CSB Billing Office – 703-324-7026
  • Infant & Toddler Connection – 703-246-7121
    TTY 703-324-4495
  • Food, housing, basic needs – 703-222-0880

TTY 711 for all numbers, unless other TTY listed. 

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News and Information

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Fighting stigma – CSB awards mini-grants to five youth-led projects

The Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board (CSB) has awarded mini-grants for five projects, all planned and led by young people, which aim to reduce the stigma associated with mental health issues among their peers. All five projects will be implemented by September 30, 2015. Funding for the CSB's new mini-grant program for youth-led projects is from a regional suicide prevention grant from the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. Learn more about the projects.
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Save the Date! October 16 – Together on the Pathway to Wellness: Investing in Yourself

The Wellness and Recovery Committee sponsors this day-long conference on Friday, October 16 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. at the NVCC Annandale Campus. Have you or someone you care about experienced mental health and/or substance use concerns? Want to learn more about wellness and recovery? Then this event is for YOU! Explore how to:  build and grow good relationships, stay healthy and feel good, and have fun! Learn more about the conference or print the 'save the date' flyer Acrobat PDF file. Along with the Wellness and Recovery Committee, this conference is sponsored by the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board, the Northern Virginia Mental Health Foundation, Inc., Pathway Homes, Inc. and PRS, Inc. Registration will begin in mid-July.

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Help Shape the Future of ID/DD Employment and Day Support Services!

The CSB invites you to join a community-wide discussion to help shape the future of employment and day support services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Share your views with us between now and June 30, using this online survey. Your comments will be carefully considered, along with input from a series of focus groups taking place during April and May. Read more about this effort and the challenges and opportunities that you can help us address.
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CSB appoints new Deputy Director of Administrative Operations

On June 5, the Community Services Board appointed Michael Lane as its new deputy director of administrative operations. Mr. Lane comes to the CSB with a wealth of experience first in behavioral health serving primarily high-risk youth, followed by more than ten years in policy and behavioral healthcare administration. He leaves his current position as Senior Director of Operations & Planning for the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors Research Institute to join the CSB. Mr. Lane is a graduate of Boston University School of Public Health (MPH in health policy/management), the University of Hartford, West Hartford, Connecticut (MA in clinical psychology), and Hampden-Sydney College, Hampden-Sydney, VA (BA in psychology). Mr. Lane will start his new role on July 13.
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Project In-Sight

The Northwest Center Community and friends are pleased to announce the eighth annual Project In-Sight exhibit of art and poetry created by members of the Northwest Center community, including youth and adults receiving CSB services, family members, friends and staff. The exhibit will be available through August 31. Learn more about Project In-Sight.
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Governor's Access Plan

A new program in Virginia, the Governor’s Access Plan (GAP) for the Seriously Mentally Ill, provides physical and behavioral health services for 20,000 low-income Virginians who are currently uninsured and have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness, such as major depression, bipolar disorder, psychotic disorders, schizophrenia, or post-traumatic stress disorder. Learn more about GAP and how to access a screening.

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Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board

24-Hour CSB Emergency Services
Phone: 703-573-5679 | TTY: 711

CSB Entry & Referral
Phone: 703-383-8500 | TTY: 711
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Tisha Deeghan, Executive Director

CSB Administrative Office
12011 Government Center Parkway, Suite 836, Fairfax, VA 22035-1100
Phone: 703-324-7000 | Fax: 703-653-6626 | TTY: 711

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