Fairfax County's Prevention System
The Prevention Toolkit provides suggestions, tools, and resources to assist families, school staff, PTAs, community- and faith-based organizations, social clubs, and others in promoting the well-being of youth in our community.
The Fairfax County Youth Survey is a comprehensive, anonymous, and
voluntary survey that examines the risks and other factors that
influence the health and well-being of our county's youth.
Visit Fairfax County Youth
Survey to view
Survey Results, Instruments and Parent Information, Videos (several in multiple languages) and Fact Sheets
Suicide in Fairfax County (2013)
Youth Behavioral Health Services:
A variety of demographic reports, infographics, and tools can be found on the Demographics and Data page
Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention: Department of Family
Crime Prevention and Awareness: Police Department
Intervention and Prevention Services: Fairfax County Public Schools
Juvenile Intake Services: Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court
Mental Health and Substance Use: Community Services Board Wellness and Health Promotion
Middle School After-School Program: Fairfax County Public Schools
School, Child, and Maternal Health: Health Department
Summer Meals for Kids
Take Charge: Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Prevention
Teen Dating Violence/Abuse: Office for Women and Sexual and Domestic Violence Services
Teen Sex Trafficking
Youth Programs: Neighborhood and Community Services
Unified Prevention Coalition of Fairfax County
Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth
ABOUT THE PREVENTION SYSTEMPrevention Unit, housed in the Department of Neighborhood and Community Services, helps coordinate a system-wide approach to ensuring that all Fairfax County youth are healthy and successful. Read more about the Unit's work and services.
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A bi-monthly newsletter on promoting healthy and successful children and youth in Fairfax County.
Current Issue: October / November : Out of School Time Network, Kids at Hope, Early Social Competence & Future Wellness, New Regional Suicide Prevention Website, Messaging Tools: Safe Disposal of Prescription Drugs, Youth Survey: Suicidal Ideation & Victimization, Stakeholders Discuss Ways to Improve School Attendance
The SCYPT, comprised of leaders from multiple sectors within Fairfax County, sets community-wide goals and priorities for public policy as it relates to children, youth and families.