Resources and Additional Information

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Regional Crisis Call Center and Textline: provides a 24/7 crisis and suicide prevention hotline and textline offering crisis intervention, suicide prevention, and support to individuals experiencing emotional trauma, personal crises, and family crises. Call 703-527-4077, text CONNECT to 85511, Services are offered 24/7.

SAMHSA: 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline 

Mobile Outreach Support TeamWill identify immediate needs pertaining to mental health/substance use treatment, medical needs, Comprehensive Harm Reduction Program, hunger, and shelter. Operated by The Department of Human Services and staffed Monday-Friday between 1-9 p.m. MOST is dispatched by the Emergency Communications Center (911)

Crisis Intervention CenterShort-term services in a community-based setting, including assessment, up to 23-hour stabilization, peer support, and referral to other services. Operated by Department of Human Services staff and available 24/7. Call 703-228-5160.

Youth Line for ages 11 to 21 YouthLine is a free teen-to-teen crisis support and help line. If a young person is unable to agree to safety for themselves or another person, or if abuse is occurring, YouthLine contacts other agencies to ensure the best support and safety for the young person in crisis. Call 877-968-8491, Services are offered 24/7.

The Trevor Project for LGBTQIA+ youth under 25: provides crisis counseling for LGBTQ individuals in need of support when struggling with issues such as coming out, LGBTQ identity, depression, and suicide. Call 866-488-7386, text START to 678678, Services are offered 24/7.

SAMHSA National Helpline for Substance Use Treatment & Recovery: SAMHSA’s National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders. Call 800-662-4357, text 435748 (HELP4U).

Emergency Mental Health Services: provides 24/7 rapid assessment, intervention, and stabilization to individuals experiencing a mental health emergency.  Available services include immediate supportive counseling to relieve distress and prevent the crisis from worsening, development of a safety plan to prevent harm to self and/or others, connection to resources, and peer (i.e., individuals with lived experience) support. Call 703-228-5160 or go to Emergency Services at 2120 Washington Blvd., Arlington VA 22204.

Community Regional Crisis Response (CR2): CR2 Provides 24/7 rapid response to all youth and individuals across the lifespan facing a mental health and/or substance use crisis. Services include: phone screening and face-to-face assessment, intervention, and support so you may continue with life as planned. Services are provided by National Counseling Group. 

Crisis Stabilization Services (REACH) for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities: provides 24/7 services to individuals of all ages with documented evidence of intellectual and/or developmental disability and individuals over 18 years of age with mental health and/or at risk behavioral challenges. Call 855-897-8278.

Arlington County Community Services Board (ACCSB): The Arlington County Community Services Board (ACCSB) consists of community members appointed to oversee services provided by the Department of Human Services to persons challenged by mental health, developmental disabilities and substance use. The ACCSB provides the principal forum for residents and consumers of services to review, comment on and influence the direction of those services. The ACCSB acts as an advocate, educator, community organizer and community planner for services.

2100 Washington Blvd. (Sequoia 1)
Arlington, VA 22204
Phone: (703) 228-5150

CSB Detox Services: provides Residential treatment and Case Management support for adults with substance use problems. Call 703-228-4864, or apply in person at 2120 Washington Blvd. Arlington VA 22204.

National Capital Treatment & Recovery Youth Substance Use Services (Referals are done through DHS): Caregivers and legal guardians can call 703-228-1560 to speak to a DHS Children’s Behavioral Health specialist who can answer questions about NatCap services as well as other behavioral health services for children and their families.

Peer Recovery CentersThe Arlington County Peer-Run Recovery Center is a safe, stigma-free place for those experiencing mental illness, substance abuse, and homelessness. As mental health and/or substance use disorder peers, staff encourage hope, promote independence, and provide peer support and socialization opportunities.


3219 Columbia Pike
Arlington, VA 22204
Phone: 703-567-1346
Hours: Monday – Thursday, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.