Mental Health Services
703-746-3400, TTY: 703-838-5054
720 North Saint Asaph Street,
Alexandria, VA 22314
Mon-Wed 8:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. and
Thurs-Fri 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Intellectual Disability Services
703-370-7687, TTY:703- 370-5138
3105 Colvin Street, Alexandria, VA 22314
Mon-Fri 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Parent-Infant Education Services (PIE)
703-838-5067, TTY: 703-838-5054
4480 King Street, Fifth Floor, Alexandria, VA 22302
Mon-Fri 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Youth Treatment Programs & Services
Residents of the City of Alexandria who are under the age of eighteen
- Youth who exhibit emotional, behavioral or substance abuse difficulties
- Family willing to be involved in the treatment, if the family is the service seeker
- Priority population includes youth who have a serious emotional disturbance or who are at risk for developing a serious emotional disturbance
Referral, Screening & Admission Procedures: Referrals for services at the main clinic are processed through the Youth and Family Outpatient Team’s specialized youth intake process. Intakes are performed by Team staff. Intake staff orient the youth and his/her family to services and assess their preferences and needs. Releases of information are obtained at this time. Intake staff coordinate services with referral sources from the time of the first appointment. The Team Leader reviews intakes and assigns them to staff based on consumer preference and staff availability. Staff whose primary assignment is in a host setting receive referrals directly from the setting. Staff work with their host agency to prioritize cases and work closely with the referral source to coordinate services.
INOVA Alexandria Hospital
Availability of Emergency Clinical/Medical Consultation: Emergency clinical or medical consultations are available throughout program hours from the Team Leader, professional peers and Emergency Services staff. After hour clinical consultations are available through the 24 hour/day Emergency Services of the ACSB. Consumers who present with emergency medical issues are referred to the emergency room at INOVA Alexandria Hospital.
Alexandria City Public School [ACPS] Support Team
ACPS has teams of administrators, psychologists, social workers, nurses and guidance counselors working to help students with their education and personal problems. They provide testing, counseling and other support services. Call your child’s school for more information.
- SAMHSA Model Programs (Mental Health, Substance Abuse)
- Mental Health America (formerly known as the National Mental Health Association)
- Suicide Prevention Resource Center
- Fairfax Partnership for Youth – Youth Suicide and Depression Toolkit
- Helping America’s Youth
- Depression is Real
- Child and Adolescent Mental Health
- Children's Mental Health Facts
What A Difference A Friend Makes
Minds on the Edge
Caring for Every Child’s Mental Health
National Alliance on Mental Illness
Children's Mental Health Matters Campaign
Breaking the Silence
SAMHSA's Resource Center to Address Discrimination and Stigma (ADS Center)
Elimination of Barriers Initiative
mpower (Musicians for Mental Health)
National Mental Health Awareness Campaign