Worried about a friend or yourself? Not sure where to go to get the help you need? Browse our info pages below or in the navigate menu to the right for help with all your issues. For emergencies, always call 911 or text to 9-1-1 if you can’t call!
Relationships, Consent, Sexual Abuse Prevention Month 2022-calendar.pdf
If you or a friend is experiencing (or has experienced) physical or mental abuse from a date, boyfriend, girlfriend or family member, call 703-228-1550
Alcohol & Drugs: Information, programs, and hotlines to use if you or loved ones are being affected by substance abuse.
Sexual Health: Arlington Teen Clinic provides STI testing, birth control, emergency contraception and more to teens.
Mental Health: Where to turn if you or a friend feel overwhelmed by stress, sadness or worry. APS has resources if you need help for yourself or a loved one.
Visit www.onlinecolleges.net/for-students/mental-health-resources/ for more resources for anxiety, suicidal thoughts, eating disorders and more.
Gangs: Where to go for help if you or a friend feels threatened by a gang.
Transportation: Links to Metro maps, bus schedules, biking trails and more.
Feeling Good: Information and programs so teens can find hobbies or fun opportunities.
Can’t find what you’re looking for? Try the 211 Web site, a searchable database of local resources for help; call 2-1-1 to speak to an operator that will assist you.
www.arlingtonva.us/ or Arlingtonfamilies.com