Get info on COVID-19 vaccines, testing, data, and guidance.
Parks and Recreation:
– Family Programs and Events
– Parks in Arlington (searchable tool)
– Arlington Nature Centers
Events at County Libraries
– Story Times for Babies & Preschoolers
– Elementary Events
– Middle School Events
– High School Events
– Events for Families
Walk Arlington – Kids Walkabouts and Maps
Kid-friendly – These are local and regional resources for child-centered classes, play places and events (there may be a cost and Arlington County does not endorse private events).
Stay Arlington’s Kid Friendly To Do List
Red Tricycle – Local Things to Do With Kids
Children’s Behavioral Healthcare Division
2100 Washington Blvd., 3rd Floor
Arlington, VA 22204
Map, Directions, Transit Information
For Client Services
If this is an emergency, please call Emergency Services now at 703-228-5160.
To help yourself, or a friend:
Suicide Prevention Flyer
Para ayudarse a sí mismo o un amigo:
Suicide Prevention Flyer in Spanish
CrisisLink Regional Hotline
1-888-628-9454 (en espanol)
Text: CONNECT to 85511
National Hope Line
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Darkness-to-Light Child Sexual Abuse Helpline
Into Safe Arms – prevent unsafe baby abandonment
In a life-threatening emergency:
This is a no-cost, confidential service that puts students and families in touch with mental health professionals who know how to listen, ask the right questions, and offer advice. And it’s available around the clock for you and for members of your family.
We’re here 24/7/365!
GLBT National Youth Talk Line:
Metro DC PFLAG HelpLine:
LGBT National Hotline:
Text “START” to 741-741
or call 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
SMYAL(Sexual Minority Youth Assistance League)