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 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.
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