The Department of Human Services is consolidating offices at Sequoia Plaza (2100, 2110 and 2120 Washington Blvd.). This means Behavioral Health programs at the Drewry Center/George Mason Center/1810 Edison and Clarendon House, and Public Health programs at Fenwick Center, will move to the Sequoia Plaza campus during the spring and summer of 2015. Look for more details soon!
Public Health programs, clinics and services protect those who live, work, play and learn in Arington.
Community safety net programs help people with short-term needs that include food, child care, utilities, medical care and homelessness prevention.
Strengthening Arlington families is what we do. Learn about programs, services, resources and special events here.
Our programs and services help residents maintain their independence and enhance their quality of life.
A range of programs and services are available to help Arlington residents overcome or better manage their mental health and substance abuse issues.
DHS administers the County's Housing Choice Voucher Program and Housing Grants Program, ensuring access to affordable housing for all members of the community.
Arlington's 10 Year Plan to End Homelessness works to ensure that no individual or family lack access to decent, affordable housing.
Get connected to your community! We have resources for volunteers, non-profits and volunteer managers.
Looking for a new job or career move? Need to fine-tune your skills? We are your first stop on the path to a great job.
These neighborhood educational programs and services promote self-sufficiency and community belonging.