Services for Members of the Military, Veterans, and their Families
“Behind every strong soldier there is an even stronger family who stands by them and loves them with all their heart.”
Who Are We?
The City of Alexandria and Arlington County Department of Community & Human Services have joined forces to create a Behavioral Health Specialist position designed specifically to assist service members, veterans, and their families in connecting with behavioral healthcare services.
Services provided may include light-touch case management to help navigate, coordinate and access services as well as clinical referrals for individuals experiencing schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, military sexual trauma, brain injury treatment, physical abuse, substance use disorders, homelessness and more.
For additional information including how to access services, please contact:
City of Alexandria
Department of Community & Human Services
4850 Mark Center Drive
Alexandria, VA 22311
Please visit alexandriava.gov/Veterans for information and resources on housing, education, health, employment and more.
For urgent mental health care support, please see the Mental Health Crisis Programs page.
If you or someone you know are experiencing a mental health crisis, the City of Alexandria has multiple resources to ensure you are able to easily get the most appropriate care possible. Most of these resources are available 24/7, and none of them require a referral.
- REGIONAL CRISIS CALL CENTER
CALL 703.527.4077/ TEXT 85511
- DCHS EMERGENCY SERVICES
CALL 703.746.3401 – OR VISIT 4850 MARK CENTER DR, FIRST FLOOR, ALEXANDRIA, VA 22311
- ALEXANDRIA CO-RESPONSE PROGRAM
CALL 911 AND ASK FOR AN ACORP UNIT
- CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAM
CALL 911 AND ASK FOR A CIT OFFICER
- INOVA ALEXANDRIA HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
VISIT 4320 SEMINARY RD, ALEXANDRIA, VA 22304