Additional Resources

Regional Crisis Call Center (HopeLink)
Call: 703-527-4077
Text: CONNECT to 85511

Arlington County Child Protective Services

National Hope Line
Call: 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433)

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Call or text 9-8-8, or visit

Darkness-to-Light Child Sexual Abuse Helpline
Call: 1-866-FOR-LIGHT (1-866-367-5444)

Into Safe Arms – Prevent unsafe baby abandonment
Call: 703-752-5262

Doorways Hotline - Dating, domestic, and/or sexual violence hotline
Call: 703-237-0881

In a life-threatening emergency:
Call: 9-1-1

Project PEACE

Arlington County’s Project PEACE (Partnering to End Abuse in the Community for Everyone) is a coordinated community response dedicated to advancing the most effective and efficient array of education, prevention, protection, and support services to end domestic and sexual violence in the community.

Learn More | Get Help

Family Assessment and Planning Team (FAPT)

The FAPT is a team that helps choose what services will be best for children and families. The team considers the strengths and challenges of every child and family to understand their specific needs as best they can! At the FAPT table, you will see individuals from Children’s Behavioral Health, Arlington Public Schools, Child Welfare, Court Services, Parents with lived experience, and private service agencies.

If you have any questions, please contact a member of the System of Care team at 703-228-1550

LGBTQIA+ Help Lines

GLBT National Youth Talk Line:

Metro DC PFLAG HelpLine:


LGBT National Hotline:

LGBTQ Lifeline:

Jed Foundation
Text “START” to 741-741
or call 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Teen Line:
1-800-TLC- Teen

SMYAL(Sexual Minority Youth Assistance League)

More resources for LGBTQIA+ individuals can be found here: LGBTQIA+ Resources

Web Resources