Mental Health Resources/Signs of Suicide (SOS) Program

Holmes Middle School Counselors Kelly Murphy, Jolana Roberts, Yolma Torres, and Megan Neforos, along with School Social Worker, Jeanmarie O’Sullivan, and School Psychologist, Diane Woolheater will be presenting the SOS program to seventh grade students through History classes during the week of December 10th. The video that will be shown to students during the program will be available for parents/guardians to view before Mini Conferences on November 29th as well as during the December 5th Parent Coffee at 8am at Holmes Middle School.   

If you do not wish for your child to participate in the SOS Middle School program, please indicate the permission slip sent home via report cards and return it to Mrs. Girón no later than Wednesday, December 5, 2018.

If you have any questions about the screening, please feel free to contact our seventh grade counselors Kelly Murphy or Yolma Torres (ESOL) at 703-658-5900.

View the parent letter which includes the opt out form.

Mental Health Community Resources

24 Hour/7 Day Emergency Services


Mental Health 24-Hour Emergency Services Phone: 703-573-5679

CrisisLink Suicide Hotline Phone: 703-527-4077 or 1-800-Suicide

CR2 (Children’s Regional Crisis Response) Phone: 844-N-CRISIS  (844-627-4747)

CSB Mobile Crisis Unit 8am – midnight Daily 703-560-0224

Merrifield Center 8221 Willow Oaks Corporate Drive Fairfax, Virginia 22031 Phone: 703-383-8500 Fax: 703-280-9518

Crisis Text



Inova Alexandria Hospital 4320 Seminary Road Alexandria, VA 22304 Phone:703-504-3000

Inova Fairfax Hospital 3300 Gallows Road Falls Church, VA 22042 Phone: 703-776-4001

Inova Fair Oaks Hospital 3600 Joseph Siewick Drive Fairfax, VA 22033 Phone: 703-391-3600

Inova Mount Vernon Hospital 2501 Parker’s Lane Alexandria, VA 22306 Phone: 703-664-7000

Text NEED HELP to 85511


Private and Non-profit Mental Health Service Options

Dominion Hospital 2960 Sleepy Hollow Road Falls Church, VA 22044 703 536-2000

North Springs Behavioral Health Care 42009 Victory Lane Leesburg, VA 20176 703 777-0800

Private insurance – contact information should be on the back of insurance card

EAP (Employee Assistance Program) – if your employer offers this service, the EAP may be able to provide a small number of free counseling sessions (individual, couple, family), or may be able to meet with your student then give you a list of local referrals

Catholic Phone: 703-841-2531

Center for Marriage and Family Phone: 703-538-8470

Jewish Social Services Agency (JSSA) 703-204-9100

Northern Virginia Family Services (includes Hispanic Committee of Virginia) 571-748-2500


Community Mental Health Service Sites

To access services at the mental health centers listed below you must first call the Mental Health Entry and Referral Services number, 703-383-8500

Chantilly-Centerville Office 14150 Parkeast Circle, Suite 200 | Chantilly, Virginia 20151 Phone: 703-968-4000 | Fax: 703-263-1724

Merrifield Center 8221 Willow Oaks Corporate Drive, Fairfax, Virginia 22031 Phone: 703-383-8500/Fax: 703-280-9518

Mount Vernon Center for Community Mental Health 8119 Holland Road | Alexandria, Virginia 22306 Phone: 703-360-6910 | Fax: 703-360-0899

Northwest Center for Community Mental Health 1850 Cameron Glen Drive, Suite 600 | Reston, Virginia 20190 Phone: 703-481-4100 | Fax: 703-435-1961

Route One Office (IMP Building) 8850 Richmond Highway | Alexandria, Virginia 22309 Phone: 703-704-7004 | Fax: 703-799-1053

South County Office 8350 Richmond Highway, Suite 415 | Alexandria, Virginia 22309 Phone: 703-704-6355 | Fax: 703-704-6687

Springfield Office 8348 Traford Lane, Suite 400 | Springfield, VA 22152 Phone: 703-866-2100 | Fax: 703-451-7539