Crisis Services

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Regional Crisis Call Center (HopeLink)

24-Hour Emergency Response

Call 703-527-4077 or text CONNECT to 855-11

  • Please call the Regional Crisis Call Center to get connected to a professional who will refer you to crisis services.

Visit the Regional Crisis Call Center website

Community Regional Crisis Response (CR2) 

Call 703-527-4077 or text CONNECT to 855-11
Providers with Community Stabilization Referrals may contact: 571-778-4209

CR2 Provides 24-hour rapid response to all youth and individuals across their lifespan facing a mental health and/or substance use crisis. Our highly trained and compassionate counselors provide phone screening and face-to-face assessment, intervention, and support so that you may continue with life as planned. Services are provided by National Counseling Group.

  • Thoughts of suicide
  • Threatening behaviors
  • Hallucinations or delusional thinking
  • Substance use
  • Property destruction
  • Extreme social isolation
  • Loss of coping skills
  • Dangerous decision making
  • Aggression or self-harm

Visit the CR2 website

Virginia Regional Education Assessment Crisis Services Habilitation (REACH) 

Call 703-527-4077 or text CONNECT to 855-11

REACH serves children and adults with co-occurring diagnoses of developmental disability and behavioral health needs. We enhance local capacity and provide collaborative, cost-effective support to individuals and their families through:

  • Access and links to additional supports
  • Education
  • Exemplary clinical services
  • Mentoring and training
  • Short-term crisis and transitional housing 

Visit the REACH website

Diversion First (Emergency Services)

Referrals can be made by calling 703-228-5160 

Diversion First, under Emergency Services, intervenes at crisis points with children, youth and/or their families to prevent higher levels of care such as hospitalization, court involvement and/or residential placement. They provide skills to support de-escalation and distress tolerance, assess the family’s strengths and needs and identify services for immediate intervention, and collaborate with providers to ensure the most effective services are provided to support stabilization in the community.

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Mobile Outreach Support Team (MOST) 

The Mobile Outreach Support Team (MOST) is the latest addition to Arlington County's expanding network of care for people experiencing mental health and substance use issues. The MOST program is coordinated by the Department of Human Services (DHS) in partnership with the Police and Fire Departments and the Emergency Communications Center, which operates the County’s 911 system.

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