The Housing and Human Services Department is currently closed to in-person visitors due to the COVID-19 pandemic; however, you can still access all of our services online or by phone.
One of the priorities right now is to help eligible residents with emergency financial assistance, emergency dental care referral, emergency food referral, Farewheels taxi vouchers, the City’s Affordable Dwelling Unit Program applications and questions, and other services that do not require in-person meeting.
To requests services, referrals or information, please contact us at 703-248-5005 (TTY 711) or email HHSInfo@fallschurchva.gov.
If you are seeking Health Department Information on COVID19, call Fairfax County Health Department information line at 703-267-3511 Uninsured City residents can seek medical care at Neighborhood Health Merrifield Center.
Key Programs from Housing and Human Services and Partners
Affordable Assisted Living: City and Sunrise of Falls Church Set-Aside Program
City of Falls Church residents age 62 and older, or immediate family members of city residents considering assisted living may be interested in a program that offers a reduced rate for room and Board. Persons under 62 with disabilities may also be eligible.
Dental clinic referral program is open to income-eligible adult residents with no dental insurance. Net annual income may not exceed $25,520 for a 1-person household or $34,480 for a 2-person household.
Assistance with rent, utilities, referral for food, clothing, furniture, eye glasses. Housing and Human Services assess and assist with finding solutions for a variety of needs. Information, advocacy and assisting with applying for other services such as SNAP and Medicaid are also provided.
One-Stop employment Resource Center Services available to City residents at the Virginia Career Works Center, formally known as the SkillSource Center (7611 Little River Turnpike, Annandale, VA 22003).
Contact Fairfax County 703-533-5400 (TTY 703-533-5316)
Employment Training Opportunity for those 55 and Older
The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) provides temporary community service training opportunities to older Americans to prepare them for jobs in their community.
Contact Virginia Career Works 703-827-3782
Health Care: Medicaid Expansion
Contact Fairfax County Department of Family Services 703-324-7500
Since January 2019 more adults in Virginia have access to low-cost and no-cost health insurance through Medicaid expansion program. Call the Fairfax County Department of Family Services at 703-324-7500 or apply online.
The City provides moderate-income families with affordable homes through the Affordable Dwelling Unit (ADU) program. ADUs are located at the Pearson Square, Northgate Falls Church, West Broad Residences, and Lincoln at Tinner Hill.
Rent and Tax Relief for Seniors and Those with Disabilities
The City of Falls Church provides grants for Rent Relief (income less than $42,455) and Personal Property and Auto Decal Relief (income less than $20,000) to City Residents who are 65 or older or people with disabilities.