Learn What We Are All About
The Adult Day Health Care Centers are currently closed due to the pandemic. We continue to offer virtual programming and welcome anyone interested in experiencing the center curriculum and meeting our staff to attend. You can find a schedule on the Virtual Center for Active Adults, see the "Adult Day Health Care Presents" activities.
During non-pandemic times, all locations are open Monday to Friday, 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
875 Grace Street
Herndon, VA 20170
703-435-8729, TTY 711
Center Nurse Coordinator: Leah Freij, BSN, MPH, PhD
See what's happening in Herndon Harbor.
1611 Great Falls Street
McLean, VA 22101
703-734-1718, TTY 711
Center Nurse Coordinator: Marlese Clifton, BSN
See what's happening in Lewinsville.
4710 N. Chambliss Street
Alexandria, VA 22312
703-914-0330, TTY 711
Center Nurse Coordinator: Josephine Andrews-Egyir, BSN
See what's happening in Lincolnia.
8350 Richmond Highway, Suite 137
Alexandria, VA 22309
703-704-6050, TTY 711
Center Nurse Coordinator: Ingrid Parkhurst, BSN, Long-Term Care Administration Certified
See what's happening in Mount Vernon.
Volunteer with Us!
The success of each of our centers is due in large part to the involvement of families and community members in our work. We appreciate all volunteers. Please visit the Volunteer Solutions website to register.
Fundraising and Advocacy: Join Our Associates
Fairfax County Adult Day Health Care Associates is a non-profit volunteer organization of caregivers and others who are interested in supporting and advocating for Fairfax County Adult Day Health Care. The Associates administer donated funds in order to supplement and enhance the program for the participants.
The Associates helped the Centers acquire iPods, NuStep exercise equipment, and smartboards.
As a tax-exempt organization they are in a position to accept donations to help the Fairfax County Adult Day Health Care Centers. Donations have enabled them to provide items that enhance the lives of the participants. The Associates are also involved in community relations, as the need or opportunity arises, as well as advocacy and fund raising activities.
The Board of Directors, most of whom have or have had family members participating in a Fairfax County Adult Day Health Care center, have found that certain additional and special needs of the participants can be met by a non-profit volunteer group.
If you desire additional information or would like to make a donation, please visit their website or contact one of the Adult Day Health Care centers. You are invited to join them.