The primary goal of the Behavioral Healthcare programs is to promote maximum independent living in the community for persons with serious mental illness or substance abuse problems, thereby preventing unnecessary, restrictive institutional placements. The objective is to help these individuals become productive Arlington citizens who are integrated into the community.
|Substance Abuse Services - 703-228-4900|
Early intervention and primary treatment services to prepare adults for recovery from alcohol and drug dependency. All services are confidential. Learn more>>
|Mental Health Services - 703-228-4864|
Services to assist adults with mental health problems. Bilingual staff are available and all services are confidential. Learn more>>
|Domestic Violence Services|
Violence Intervention Program
Batterers Intervention Program
703-228-1500 | Hotline - 703-228-4848
Specialized services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, 24-hour crisis intervention, client advocacy, companion services, individual and group counseling. Batterers Intervention Program prevents interpersonal violence through specialized services to abusers to stop the cycle of violence in families.
|Wellness and Recovery Programs|
We believe in recovery for all people with mental health and substance use disorders, while recognizing that recovery is a non-linear process and different for each person.
Department of Human Services
Behavioral Healthcare Division
1725 N. George Mason Dr.
Arlington, VA 22205
TTY: 703-228-4612 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. / 703-228-4256 for 24-hour emergency
Hours of Operation: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.