Fairfax County Adult Protective Services: Investigates reports of abuse, neglect, and exploitation of adults who are incapacitated.
Fairfax County Child Protective Services: Investigates reports of child fcrisabuse and neglect.
Fairfax County Office for Women and Domestic and Sexual Violence Services: Provides services to people who have experienced domestic and sexual violence.
Mid-Atlantic ADA Center: Provides information and training on the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Reston Accessibility Committee: Advocates for barrier-free access in the Reston area.
Fairfax County Adult Day Health Care Centers: Provides activities and therapeutic care for adults who need supervision during the day.
Assistive Technology Loan Fund Authority: Provides low-interest loans for purchasing assistive technology.
Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind: Offers evaluations, computer training, and one-one-one instruction for assistive technology.
Commonwealth Community Trust: Provides funding to people with disabilities for assistive technology and home modifications.
Eric Fund: Funds assistive technology not covered by insurance or other funding sources.
I Can Connect in Virginia: A free communications equipment program for people who are deaf or blind.
Northern Virginia Resource Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Persons: Has an assistive technology demonstration center.
Virginia Assistive Technology System: Provides information and referral on assistive technology devices, services, and funding options.
Virginia Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired: Provides assistive technology consultations for people who are blind or who have low vision.
Virginia Department for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing: Provides adaptive telecommunication equipment to people with hearing loss.
Care Connection for Children: Helps families coordinate community and education resources.
Equipment Connections for Children: Online resource for families to donate or request adaptive equipment for their children.
Infant and Toddler Connection of Fairfax-Falls Church: Serves infants and toddlers with developmental delays and disabilities.
Medical Care for Children Partnership: Provides medical and dental care to children who are ineligible to receive healthcare offered through Medicaid or other sources.
Parent Educational Advocacy Training Center: Educates and trains families on special education and parenting children with disabilities.
Fairfax Area Disability Services Board: Appointed by elected officials to advocate for people with physical and sensory disabilities.
Fairfax Area Long Term Care Coordinating Council: Provides community leadership to meet the needs of older adults and adults with disabilities.
Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board: Oversees the services of the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board.
Virginia Board for People with Disabilities: Statewide board that develops policies and programs for individuals with disabilities.
Fairfax County Department of Cable and Consumer Services: Investigates and mediates consumer complaints and tenant-landlord disputes.
Northern Virginia Long-Term Care Ombudsman: Investigates complaints in nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
Virginia Insurance Counseling Assistance Program: Provides counseling on Medicare, Medigap,drug plans, and long-term care insurance.
CrisisLink: Has a 24/7 crisis and suicide prevention line. 703-527-4077
Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board: Offers mental health services, including crisis intervention, therapy, and psychiatry.
Haven of Northern Virginia: Offers counseling to people who are dealing with death and grieving.
Virginia Tech Center for Family Services: Nonprofit counseling center that provides therapy on a sliding scale.
ALS DC/MD/VA Chapter: Offers information and referral, home visits, and support groups.
Arc of Northern Virginia: Offers information and referral and services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.
Autism Society of Northern Virginia: Provides information and referrals, advocacy and education, respite, and support groups.
Autistics Association of Greater Washington: Offers social opportunities for adults with autism.
Brain Injury Services: Provides services, including day support and case management to people with brain injuries.
CHADD of Northern Virginia and District of Columbia: Offers support groups for people with ADHD and their families.
Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired: Provides services for people who are blind, including case management.
Commonwealth Autism Service: Provides training, assessments, and referrals for people with autism.
DisabilityNavigator: Provides an online directory of resources for people with disabilities and their families.
Down Syndrome Association of Northern Virginia: Provides support and resources to families of individuals with Down syndrome.
ENDependence Center of Northern Virginia: Independent living center that advocates and provides services for people with disabilities.
Epilepsy Foundation of Virginia: Provides public education, support groups, information, and advocacy to people who have epilepsy.
Fairfax County Aging, Disability, and Caregiver Resources: Intake line connects adults with disabilities to services, including assessments for case management and in-home care.
Fairfax County Disability Services Planning and Development: Provides information and referral on services and technical assistance on disability rights laws.
Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board: Provides services to people with mental health issues, addiction, and intellectual and developmental disabilities.
JSSA: Provides services, programs, and support for individuals with autism and their families.
NAMI Northern Virginia: Provides advocacy, education, and support to individuals with mental health disabilities.
National Federation of the Blind of Virginia, Fairfax Chapter: Advocates on behalf of people who are blind and provides resources.
Northern Virginia Association of the Deaf: Provides a support group for people who are deaf.
Northern Virginia Resource Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Persons: Empowers people who are deaf and hard of hearing and their families through education, advocacy, and community involvement.
Old Dominion Council of the Blind and Visually Impaired: Supports people who are blind and low vision in Northern Virginia.
Parents of Autistic Children of Northern Virginia: Provides information and referrals and holds a monthly parent support group.
Tourette Syndrome Association, Mid-Atlantic Chapter: Offers a support group for people with Tourette syndrome.
Virginia Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired: Provides vocational rehabilitation, independent living skills, assistive technology, and orientation and mobility training.
Virginia Department for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing: Provides, training, outreach, and adaptive telecommunication equipment.
Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services: Provides resources for individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services: Administers Medicaid programs, including long-term care and waivers.
Disability Law Center of Virginia: Advocates and provides legal counsel for disability-related issues, including abuse, neglect, and discrimination.
Fairfax County Office of Human Rights and Equity Programs: Investigates and mediates discrimination in employment, housing, public accommodations, education, or credit.
Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles: Provides accessible parking placards, license plates, and ID cards for people with disabilities.
Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center: Offers adaptive driving trainings and assessments.
Described and Captioned Media Program: Loans free described and captioned educational media to students with sensory disabilities.
Fairfax County Public Schools Adult and Community Education: Offers classes on career readiness, ESOL, computers, languages, photography, and arts.
Fairfax County Public Schools Early Childhood Identification and Services: Serves children ages 2-5 who have been identified as having significant developmental delays.
Fairfax County Public Schools Parent Resource Center: Offers workshops, confidential consultations, and a lending library to families who have children with disabilities.
Fairfax County Public Schools Special Education Instruction: Directs the curricula, programs, and services for students receiving special education.
Fairfax County Office of Emergency Management: Provides emergency mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery services.
Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind: Helps people who are blind or have low vision obtain employment.
Fairfax County SkillSource Centers: Offers free workshops, career assessments, and job search and placement services.
Job Accommodation Network (JAN): Provides free guidance on workplace accommodations and employment issues.
Laurie Mitchell Empowerment and Career Center: Serves job seekers with career assessments, peer support, and training.
ServiceSource Disability Resource Center: Drop-in career center for job seekers, including career exploration and benefits counseling.
Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services: Offers vocational rehabilitation to people with disabilities to get ready for, find, and keep employment.
Virginia Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired: Provides vocational rehabilitation and employment services.
Fairfax County Coordinated Services Planning: Connects low-income residents with housing, food, healthcare, and transportation.
Fairfax County Department of Family Services: Administers SNAP (food stamps), TANF, Medicaid, emergency assistance, and fuel assistance.
U.S. Social Security Administration: Administers Social Security, Social Security Disability, and Medicare programs.
Fairfax County Coordinated Services Planning: Connects low-income residents to food pantries.
Fairfax County Meals on Wheels: Provides meals to adults with disabilities who cannot shop for or prepare their own meals or have no one available to prepare meals.
ADAMS Compassionate Healthcare Network: Offers healthcare to low-income residents with no health insurance.
PRS CrisisLink CareRing Program: Offers a daily phone calling programs designed to help individuals with disabilities maintain their independence and stay connected to the community. 703-527-4077
Fairfax County Chronic Disease Management Program: Free six-week workshop that helps people manage their chronic illness.
Fairfax County Health Department: Provides clinics and the Community Health Care Network for low-income residents.
HealthWorks for Northern Virginia: Provides medical, dental and behavioral health care services to anyone in need.
Inova Diabetes Service: Offers programs and resources for people with diabetes and their families.
Inova Juniper Program: Provides medical care and sponsors support groups to people with HIV/AIDS.
Neighborhood Health: Provides medical, dental, and behavioral health care services to anyone in need on a sliding scale.
Northern Virginia Dental Clinic: Provides low-cost dental services to low-income residents.
Fairfax County Department of Housing and Community Development: Administers the county's subsidized housing programs and a home repair program for homeowners with disabilities.
Housing and Community Services of Northern Virginia: Provides case management and assistance with locating affordable housing.
Rebuilding Together: Provides home repairs and accessibility modifications to people in need.
Disability Law Center of Virginia: Advocates for the rights of people with disabilities.
Legal Services of Northern Virginia: Offers nonprofit legal services to people with low income.
Northern Virginia Mediation Service: Offers a mediation service for resolving business, family, legal and interpersonal disputes.
Choice Magazine Listening: Produces free audio recordings of magazines for people who cannot read print.
Fairfax County Library Access Services: Provides equipment and books in alternative formats to people with visual disabilities. Delivers books to customers with disabilities who cannot visit a local library.
Metropolitan Washington Ear: Provides a free reading service for people with disabilities who cannot effectively read print.
Fairfax County Park Authority: Offers adapted programs and inclusion services for people with disabilities.
Fairfax County Therapeutic Recreation Services: Provides camps, sports, and social clubs for children and adults with disabilities.
Hartwood Foundation: Provides short-term respite for people with intellectual disabilities.
Jill’s House: Provides respite for children with intellectual disabilities ages 6-17.
Assistance Dogs International: Offers a comprehensive directory of service dog organizations.
Fairfax County Department of Tax Administration: Provides information on taxes and tax relief for older adults and people with disabilities.
Fairfax County Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program –January through April only: Helps county residents file their income tax.
Fairfax County Human Services Transportation: Dial-A-Ride, Fastran, Seniors-on-the-Go!, TaxiAccess, and travel training.
MetroAccess: Region’s ADA paratransit that provides door-to-door service for people with disabilities.
Fort Belvoir Exceptional Family Member Program: Community supports, assistive technology, and accessible housing for military families.
Operation VetsHaven: Connects veterans and their immediate family to services that address the needs cause by Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury.
Virginia Veteran and Family Support: Provides services and supports to veterans in Virginia.
Fairfax County Volunteer Solutions: Volunteers help older adults and adults with disabilities.
Northern Virginia Long-Term Care Ombudsman: Volunteers advocate for the rights of nursing home and assisted living facility residents.
Volunteer Fairfax: Offers a wide range of volunteer opportunities in Fairfax County.