Domestic Violence Action Center
See the video on services at DVAC
Services are provided to victims of domestic violence or stalking
and their families who reside in Fairfax County or were assaulted
and/or stalked in the county. Referrals for offender services are
also available through the intake telephone number only (no
Community victim advocates, system-based advocates, and other service providers offer a safe environment where victims can feel comfortable exploring their options and accessing the services and resources they may need. All services are free and, when possible, confidential. Some of the services DVAC can provide to victims are:
DVAC also provides the following services to offenders (off-site only) through a protective order compliance officer:
The Fairfax County Domestic Violence Action Center (DVAC) is a comprehensive, co-located service center, staffed by county agency and community non-profit partners (see list on right), created to provide culturally responsive information and support services for victims of domestic violence and stalking, and their families, as well as to promote the accountability of offenders of these crimes through specialized prosecution and offender supervision.
DVAC is collecting new or gently used courtroom attire (e.g. women’s and men’s suits or dress pants and tops) to provide for victims of domestic violence in preparation of their court appearances.
For more information call DVAC at: 703-246-4573
Schedule your drop off with DVAC.
Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Get the Court Attire Program flyer.
See more pictures from the Grand Opening of the Domestic Violence Action Center.
DVAC is made up the following county & community-based partner agencies: