Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board

CONTACT INFORMATION: Emergency - 703-573-5679 / Detox - 703-502-7000 (24/7)
703-383-8500 TTY 711
8221 Willow Oaks Corporate Drive
Fairfax, Virginia 22031
Daryl Washington
Executive Director


Disclaimer: These videos have been made available for informational and educational purposes only. Viewing these videos does not automatically make you eligible to receive naloxone.

If you would like to receive opioid overdose response instruction, you can register to take the free CSB Opioid Overdose and Naloxone Education training (REVIVE! kit training). Upon completion of that CSB training, residents of Fairfax County and the Cities of Fairfax and Falls Church are eligible to receive a free box of naloxone.

What’s going on?

An epidemic of addiction to heroin and other opioids has gripped the nation. Overdose deaths are skyrocketing.

Getting help

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  • If the situation is immediately life-threatening, call 911. Our Fire and Rescue personnel carry medication that can prevent deaths from opioid overdose.
  • If it's after business hours, call the Fairfax Detoxification Center at 703-502-7000; available 24/7, every day of the year, including weekends and holidays. Detox Diversion, a mobile team of CSB staff which responds to police and community requests to intervene at the scene of a potential arrest to refer the individual instead to detoxification services, is also available from 3 p.m. to 1 a.m. daily by calling 703-502-7000 (find out more about eligibility for Detox Diversion).
  • If you or someone you love needs help to overcome drug dependence, call us during business hours at 703-383-8500. Our staff can help you find appropriate treatment and recovery resources, including medication-assisted detoxification services and a Peer Outreach Response Team to help people who are at high risk of opioid overdose start on the path toward recovery. Youth and adults can also come in person, without prior appointment, to Entry & Referral Services at the CSB's Sharon Bulova Center for Community Health Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to be screened for services. Youth walk-in evaluations are also offered during these times. [Learn what happens during an assessment.]
  • If you are pregnant and are using alcohol or drugs, call us TODAY.
    • Using alcohol or drugs while pregnant will harm the baby. If you or someone you know is pregnant, or has recently delivered a baby, and needs help to stop using alcohol or drugs, call us today at 703-383-8500.
    • In Virginia, pregnant women who need substance abuse services have priority for services and will be seen within 48 hours.

For more information about Fairfax County initiatives

Contact the CSB Communications Team, 703-324-7000.

Peer Outreach Response Team

If you're struggling with substance use, call the Certified Peer Recovery Specialists with CSB's Peer Outreach Response Team at 703-559-3199.

Lock & Talk - locking devices for medications and firearms

CSB is offering free locking medication boxes and trigger locks to promote safe storage.


Fairfax County launches a public education campaign on the life-threatening dangers of drug addiction and how to get help.

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