Department of Family Services - Domestic and Sexual Violence Services

Fairfax County, Virginia

CONTACT INFORMATION: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

TTY 711

12000 Government Center Pkwy, Suite 339
Fairfax, VA 22035

Nannette Bowler,

Office for Women & Domestic and Sexual Violence Services

** Domestic & Sexual Violence Hotline 703-360-7273; TTY 711 **
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**SAFETY ALERT** If you are in danger, call or text 911.


Office for Women & Domestic and Sexual Violence ribbonThe Department of Family Services' Office for Women & Domestic and Sexual Violence Services offers compassionate and comprehensive state-accredited programs for women, men, teens and children who have been affected by domestic and sexual violence, stalking and human trafficking.




Toni Zollicoffer Toni Zollicoffer New Division Director Named for OFW&DSVS

The Fairfax County Department of Family Services is pleased to welcome Toni Zollicoffer as Division Director for the Office for Women & Domestic and Sexual Violence Services (OFWDSVS).

Ms. Zollicoffer most recently served as Deputy Director of the Office of Victim Services and Justice Grants for the District of Columbia where she was responsible for ensuring that all victims of crime in the District had access to a comprehensive continuum of care. Prior to that, she led the effort to make the District's child welfare agency domestic violence informed. Ms. Zollicoffer has over 25 years of experience implementing and directing many programs focused on serving the needs of women and children impacted by trauma. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and holds a Master’s degree in Science in Clinical Community Counseling from John’s Hopkins University. She is also trained in EMDR, an evidence-based practice used to treat victims of psychological trauma. Her first day with OFWDSVS will be Wednesday, May 30.


Make the Call to Stop Domestic Violence

If you or someone you know is experiencing any form of domestic violence, and you want to talk about options and resources available, call the 24-hour Domestic & Sexual Violence Hotline at 703-360-7273.

You Can Help!


Did you know every day in Fairfax County we respond to two people who are at high risk for homicide or serious physical injury at the hands of the person they love?

To help prevent those homicides from happening, OFWDSVS has partnered with the Fairfax County Police Department and local nonprofit organizations to implement the evidence-based Lethality Assessment Program (LAP). When patrol officers respond to the scene of a domestic violence crime, they screen for certain risk factors. When those factors are present, the officer immediately calls OFWDSVS’ 24-Hour LAP Line to connect the victim of the crime with an advocate. Victims are then educated on their options, including strategies for keeping themselves safer. The LAP has been proven to help jurisdictions better predict and, ultimately, prevent serious injury and homicide from happening.

We need your help to give victims more safety options!

$75 buys a home security system for a high-risk victim. Other victims may need help with transportation or getting their locks changed. Every amount helps. Please donate today by sending a check to:

C/O Amy Kegley
12000 Government Center Parkway, Suite 339
Fairfax, VA 22035


National Resources

State Resources

Local Resources

Other Services

  • Fairfax County Police Department
    Emergency: 911
    Non-Emergency: 703-691-2131
  • Magistrates – Issue emergency protective orders
    Fairfax: 703-246-2178
  • Services for people with mental illness or substance use disorders
    Emergency Services: 703-573-5679; TTY 711
    Entry & Entry & Referral: 703-383-8500; TTY 711
  • Child Protective Services
    703-324-7400; TTY 703-222-9452
  • Adult Protective Services
    703-324-7450; TTY 703-449-1186
  • Coordinated Services Planning
    Information and referral to human services resources in the community
    703-222-0880, TTY 703-802-7914