Service Profile: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ACTION CENTER (DVAC)

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ACTION CENTER (DVAC)
Provides services to victims of domestic violence or stalking and their families who reside in or were assaulted and/or stalked in Fairfax County. Services include crisis intervention, education about the criminal and civil justice systems (including civil protective orders), and victim advocacy. Offender programs are provided off-site and include probation counseling (regarding compliance with conditions of civil protective orders) and referrals to batterer intervention programs.

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DOMESTIC AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE SERVICES
Organization Description: Offers compassionate and comprehensive state-accredited programs for women, men, teens and children who have been affected by domestic and sexual violence and stalking. The goal of DSVS is to promote safety, responsibility, awareness and equality.
OFWDSVS, DVAC
County Government
8/27/1998
12000 GOVERNMENT CENTER PARKWAY, SUITE 339, FAIRFAX, VA 22035-0000
Service Offered...

No offender walk-in service
Offender Service Referrals available through the intake telephone number
Service Is Free
No
None

Address:  4000 CHAIN BRIDGE ROAD, SUITE 2702, FAIRFAX, VA 22030-  [Map]  [Get Directions]  
Cue Bus, Fairfax Connector, Metrobus
Fully Accessible
Intake Staff
Amy Kegley
(703) 246-4573
711
M - F, 8am - 4pm, Drop-In Intake Hours: M - F, 10am - 3pm
M - F, 8am - 4pm
As Space Allows
Families/Friends Of Battered Women/Men, Individual Advocacy, Protective/Restraining Orders, Spouse/Domestic Partner Abuse Prevention