Housing & Human Services

We've Moved!

Due to City Hall renovation, are we are now located in Gage House near the basketball courts behind the Community Center (223 Little Falls St.). Office hours will still be Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Our mailing address remains 300 Park Ave., Falls Church, VA 22046.

Please use 223 Little Falls St. in your GPS or mapping application. This will take you to the Community Center. Once there, drive to the back of the parking lot, then up the hill to the white house next to the basketball court – this is the Gage House, where Housing and Human Services is located. There are a number of parking spaces available next to the house.

Announcements

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

Child abuse and neglect is a serious problem affecting every segment of any community. Join the City of Falls Church for several events in recognition of National Child Abuse Prevention Month



2019 Tax Relief Applications Are Available

The 2019 Tax Relief application packets for Real Estate,Personal Property tax and Rent relief program for the elderly and disabled City residents are available.  The deadline for filing is April 15, 2019.



Information on Real Estate and Personal Property tax programs contact theTreasurer's Office at 703-248-5047 (711) or email treasurer@falslchurchva.gov

Information on Rent Relief program contact Housing and Human Services Unit at 703-248-5153 (TTY 711) or email hhsinfo@fallschurchva.gov

Virginia Medicaid Expansion: Enrollment Begins November 1

Virginians who may have applied for Medicaid in the past and been denied may be eligible beginning January 1, 2019. Under the new guidelines, a single adult making at or below $16,750 annually may be eligible. A parent in a family of three with a household income at or below $28,700 may qualify. An applicant must be 19 to 64 years old and cannot receive or be eligible for Medicare. Additional criteria apply.

Medicaid expansion will have a positive impact on the families and communities we serve by increasing access to comprehensive health care and improving health outcomes. The specific details of the expansion are ongoing and you may access additional information including how and when to apply at Cover Virginia.

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The Kensington Subsidy Program


Through an agreement between The Kensington and the City of Falls Church, Housing and Human Services is offering eligible seniors the opportunity to participate in a subsidized assisted living program at this facility. You may qualify if you are a resident of the City or have a family member who is a resident, are age 62 or older, and meet income eligibility guidelines. Detailed information here.