Community Resources

HMS Virtual After-School Program

Questions about Holmes After-School Program?

Contact the HMS After-School Specialist, Denise Taylor

 

Technology Support for Families

 

Food Resources

Food for Others

2938 Prosperity Avenue, Fairfax, VA 22031     |      703-207-9173

 

For an emergency food referral contact:

 

Ecumenical Community Helping Others (ECHO)

7205 Old Keene Mill Road, Springfield, VA 22150     |     703-569-9160

ECHO provides emergency food assistance to families living in the Springfield community. Eligibility is limited to those living in the following zip codes: 22151, 22152, 22153, 22015, and parts of 22150 and 22312.

 

Dominion Energy

EnergyShare is our year-round assistance program that has been helping qualified customers with energy bill payment assistance since 1982.

In recent years, we’ve increased funding and have expanded the program to include free home energy assessments and energy efficiency upgrades for customers approved for bill assistance. Upgrades funded by EnergyShare provide sustainable energy bill savings through energy conservation. For more information, check out the EnergyShare brochure (Spanish).

COVID-19

Due to the coronavirus, we have suspended all service disconnections for nonpayment at this time. Assistance is available to individuals and families who may be struggling financially due to the pandemic.

 

Fairfax County Health Department

Effective July 6, 2020: The Fairfax County Health Department is expanding essential services to three clinic locations.

Clients in need of essential services offered by the health department can make an appointment at the Herndon-Reston District OfficeJoseph Willard Health Center and Mount Vernon District Office. To make an appointment, call 703-246-7100.

Essential services are ongoing but with specific limitations per service type. These limited services include immunizations, pregnancy tests, STI services, TB testing, yellow fever immunizations and WIC services.

Please note that the Health Department does not offer COVID-19 testing. Please contact your health care provider if you are seeking COVID-19 testing or see the COVID-19 Testing page for more information.

 

Fairfax County Coordinated Services Planning 

Coordinated Services Planning (CSP) connects Fairfax County residents to county and community-based services and resources that promote self-sufficiency and enhance well-being. We build upon clients’ strengths to develop creative solutions that address immediate and long-term needs.

Multi-lingual specialists operate in a call-center environment and are ready to help you through an assessment to identify the needs you have and link you to resources for which you are eligible. Whether it's providing basic county information or assisting with more emergent needs - such as emergency food, shelter, clothing, healthcare, employment, financial assistance and other essential needs - our specialists are ready to help you find solutions to fit your circumstances. Call: 703-222-0880

 

Fairfax County Mental Health Services

COMMUNITY SERVICES BOARD

WHAT WE DO: Counseling, medication, crisis response, and other services for people of all ages with mental health concerns.

CONTACT INFORMATION: Emergency - 703-573-5679

8221 Willow Oaks Corporate Drive, Fairfax, Virginia 22031

 

NCS Connects

Welcome to NCS Connects, your virtual resource for youth, teens, parents and guardians!

Each weekday from 3-6 p.m., you'll find live activities to keep students engaged and entertained during after-school hours. Let's keep the learning going from home for students in grades 1-6 and 7-12!

Scroll down to participate in Today’s Virtual Activities or preview This Week’s Schedule from NCS Community and Teen Centers. You may also browse previous activities in our Exploration Station. http://bit.ly/ncsconnects

 

Fairfax County Department of Family Services Domestic & Sexual Violence Services

UPDATE ABOUT DOMESTIC AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE SERVICES (DSVS) DURING COVID-19 Free, short-term individual and family counseling services are now available via teletherapy. Call us at 703-324-5730 and choose the option for Counseling ServicesThe DSVS 24-hour hotline is still available 703-360-7273.