Fairfax Alerts - Functional Needs

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Important:   The Fairfax County Medical Needs Registry has been transitioned over to the Fairfax County Government notification system called “Fairfax Alerts.”  On March 1, 2016 the Medical Needs Registry will no longer be used by Fairfax County Government.  Please proceed to the Fairfax Alerts registration page to sign up.

For additional information about the “Functional Needs” subscriptions in Fairfax Alerts, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) linked on the Fairfax Alerts main login page.

  • The Fairfax Alerts - Functional Needs subscription contains the names and addresses of individuals with functional needs. The functional needs subscription is an emergency preparedness tool used by Fairfax County officials for communicating with people with functional needs, pre-event emergency planning, and for evacuating and sheltering during actual emergencies. There is no guarantee that services will be provided, nor does registration guarantee that services will be received on a preferential basis.

  • The Fairfax Alerts - Functional Needs subscription may be used for any emergency requiring evacuation, such as flooding, hurricanes or hazardous material spills, and gas leaks. This information will be available to emergency planners and will facilitate the County's planning, response and recovery efforts. Even though you are on this registry, you should call 9-1-1 in the event of a life-threatening situation.

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