Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board

Fairfax County, Virginia

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8221 Willow Oaks Corporate Drive
Fairfax, Virginia 22031

Daryl Washington,
Executive Director

Community Services Board News

Contact for news media inquiries: Lucy Caldwell, Communications Director, 703-324-7006 (office), 703-856-5210 (cell).

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Community screening of "Intelligent Lives," December 10

Join us for a screening of "Intelligent Lives," a documentary that serves as a catalyst to transform the label of intellectual disability from a life sentence of isolation into a life of possibility for the most systematically segregated people in America.

New video highlights mental health and substance use recovery through peer support

Learn about recovery and the role of Certified Peer Recovery Specialists at the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board.

Dimensions tobacco cessation program begins October 24

Dimensions tobacco cessation program 6-week session beginning October 24, 2018.

CSB FY 2018 Annual Report now available

The Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board's FY 2018 Annual Report is now available.

Documentary screenings focus attention on opioid crisis

Join us for a viewing and discussion of "Written Off," a unique first-person account of substance use disorder.

Notice of Public Comment on Proposed Fee Changes


At the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board (CSB) Board meeting on September 26, 2018, the Board passed a motion to post proposed changes to its fee related documents for public comment.

The CSB Board’s Ad Hoc Fee Policy Committee met on July 25, August 22, and September 12, 2018. At the final meeting, the…

New grant funding expands CSB's early psychosis intervention program

Turning Point, CSB's early psychosis intervention program, is expanding services to young people in our community.

CSB provides lifesaving training to help prevent suicide

Learn how you can be part of preventing suicide in our community.

September is National Recovery Month: Five ways to get involved

Find out how you can join the Voices for Recovery with community events during National Recovery Month.

September is Older Virginians Mental Health Month

September is Older Virginians Mental Health Month - learn about warning signs of depression, as well as mental health and other services available in our community for older adults.

CSB’s KnowRX.org website launches on Overdose Awareness Day, August 31

In conjunction with International Overdose Awareness Day on August 31, CSB is launching a new website: "Know the Risk - Use with Caution (KnowRX.org)" and offers information on Revive overdose prevention trainings in our community.

CSB welcomes submissions for Project In-Sight art and poetry exhibit


"You use a mirror to see your face; you use works of art to see your soul." - George Bernard Shaw

Project In-Sight combines both visual art and poetry to widen the door for self-expression in a non-juried exhibition. All works are welcome from both clients and staff of the CSB welcomes submissions for Project In-Sight art and poetry exhibit

September is Suicide Prevention Month; five ways to get involved

September is Suicide Prevention Month - get involved: Walk. Act. Volunteer. Learn. Join the fight.

New Higher Ed Mental Health First Aid module now offered for the college-bound

Mental Health First Aid for Higher Education teaches students 18 and older, resident advisors, faculty, and administration who work with college students how to look for mental health and addiction issues, and how to respond.

Springfield behavioral health services transitioning to other sites

Services at CSB's Springfield Center are moving to other CSB locations.

Welcoming Inclusion Network (WIN): Growing opportunities for people with developmental disabilities

WIN is growing opportunities for people with developmental disabilities

Community Services (State) Performance Contract - Notice of Public Review and Comment


The Community Services Performance Contract delineates the responsibilities of the State Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services and the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board. It specifies the conditions to be met for the CSB to receive State-controlled funds, identifies the groups…

CSB promotes agency veteran Lyn Tomlinson to Deputy Director of Clinical Operations

Longtime CSB employee Lyn Tomlinson promoted to Deputy Director of Clinical Operations.

Survey for young adults: help target drug prevention efforts

In an effort to better target opioid and other drug prevention efforts, the CSB) is seeking opinions of young adults between the ages of 18-25. The survey is anonymous and voluntary, and asks questions about use of alcohol, prescription drugs, and heroin.

CSB expands medication assisted treatment to meet demands of opioid epidemic

CSB is now offering Medication Assisted Treatment which involves the use of FDA-approved medications in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies to provide a "whole patient" approach to the treatment of substance use disorders.

Merrifield Center Installs New Customer-Friendly Feature: Client Service Kiosk

New customer-friendly client service kiosks at the CSB's Merrifield Center allow for easy sign-ins.

CSB launches campaign targeting underage alcohol use

Learn how to talk to your kids to prevent underage drinking.

Opioid Reversal Training Now Offered in Reston

CSB offers Revive opioid overdose reversal training throughout the county, including a new class in Reston, and weekend classes in Chantilly.

More People Seeking Help from Crisis Hotline

Increasing numbers of people are seeking mental health support from CSB partner PRS CrisisLink through their crisis hotline and textline.

Nurses on front lines in opioid epidemic

CSB nurses provide medication assisted treatment and associated case management for individuals who have opioid dependence.