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FAQS: In A Crisis?

An “emergency” is a life-threatening or very serious situation requiring an immediate intervention or action.

A “crisis” is a serious and distressing situation that is not life-threatening but warrants professional monitoring, guidance and assistance as soon as possible. If you are in a crisis, use the Find a Psychologist search above to locate a therapist.

If you are experiencing an emergency,

then please consider the following: phone 911, contact or go to the emergency service of a community mental health center or nearby hospital, contact your physician, contact the emergency number on your health insurance card, or call a crisis hotline for support or guidance.

Emergency Services of Community Mental Health Center

  • Alexandria 703-838-6400
  • Arlington 703-228-5150 (day), 703-2284265 (eve, weekend)
  • Fairfax 703-573-5679
  • Loudon 703-777-0320
  • Manassas 703-792-7800
  • Prince Georges 301-386-0202
  • Prince William 703-792-4900
  • Rappanhannock 540-659-2725
  • Washington, DC 1-8887We Help

Crisis Hotlines

  • Prince Georges 301-386-0202
  • Prince William 703-792-4900
  • Washington, DC 1-8887We Help