Services for People with Disabilities

Quick Guide to Fairfax County Services for People with Disabilities

Office of Equity Programs
Responds to concerns about access to Fairfax County programs, services, and employment.

Human Rights Commission
Responds to concerns about access to programs, services, and employment in private businesses in Fairfax County.

Library Access Services
The Access Services branch removes barriers to library services for people with disabilities. 

Therapeutic Recreation
Provides opportunities for children and adults with disabilities so they may acquire the skills that enable them to participate in the recreation and leisure programs of their choice.   

Park Authority
Provides adaptive leisure and classes for people with disabilities.

Office of Emergency Management
Manages the Special Needs Registry, which allows residents with medical needs and organizations assisting those with social needs an opportunity to provide information to Fairfax County so that agencies can communicate emergency preparedness, response and recovery resources to our vulnerable, at risk and hard-to-reach residents.

Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board
Serves Fairfax-Falls Church residents with, or at risk of, severe and persistent emotional issues; intellectual disabilities; or alcohol or drug abuse or dependency.

Department of Family Services
The Adult and Aging Division provides case management, caregiver support/respite, in-home care, Meals on Wheels, health insurance counseling, and volunteer services to adults with disabilities who qualify for services.

Department of Housing and Community Development
The Home Repair Program is designed to provide minor home repairs as well as accessibility modifications for homeowners with disabilities. Fairfax County will provide a crew to do up to one week's labor and provide up to $500 in materials to complete necessary repairs and maintenance.

Department of Tax Administration
Offers real estate tax relief and car tax relief to citizens who are either 65 or older, or have a permanent disability, and meet the income and asset eligibility requirements.


Information on Services and Resources
for People with Disabilities

TTY 711

Monday – Friday
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


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