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Community Services

​​​Our Mission Statement

We are committed to improving the wellbeing of residents of Prince William County, the City of Manassas, and the City of Manassas Park who are affected by, or are at-risk of, developmental delays and disabilities, mental illness and/or substance use disorders through the provision and coordination of community-based resources that respect and promote the dignity, rights and full participation of individuals and their families.     

Community Services is a public agency providing  mental healthdevelopmental disability, substance abuse, emergency services and early intervention programs for residents of Prince William County and the cities of Manassas and Manassas Park. Many services are covered by Medicaid and Medicare, depending on family size and income.

Community Services provides Emergency Services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Contact us at: 

Manassas: (703) 792-7800

Woodbridge: (703) 792-4900

Click HERE for locations, directions and additional information. 

In order to provide you with the best information, all requests for clinical services should be made by phone or in person.                    For non-urgent, non-clinical requests or questions: 



On April 11, 2019, Community Services celebrated 50 years of caring, serving and enriching lives. 

Watch this video to see how Community Services has grown over the years and stories of the lives changed along the way! 


Same Day Access:  Available at Sudley North and Ferlazzo Monday-Thursday 8:30 am-2:30 pm

Individuals seeking mental health and/or substance use services may walk into the Manassas or Woodbridge clinic and obtain a mental health and substance use assessment the same day.  No appointment is required. Please keep in mind assessment services are provided on a first come first serve basis. Individuals seeking an assessment must bring with them a Photo ID, proof of income, proof of residency, and insurance card (if any). If you have any questions about our Same Day Access assessment services, please contact our Access Intake Office at 703-792-7373 (Woodbridge) or 703-792-5241 (Manassas).


CS Offers Mental Health First Aid Training

mental health first aid.pngPWC CS will be offering Mental Health First Aid training on June 23 and June 30 from 1-5pm at McLean Bible Church. This groundbreaking eight-hour training course gives people the tools to identify when someone might be struggling with a mental health or substance use problem and to connect them with appropriate support and resources when necessary. Participants must attend both days to successfully complete the program.

One in five Americans has a mental illness, but many are reluctant to seek help or might not know where to turn for care. Unlike physical conditions, symptoms of mental health and substance use problems can be difficult to detect. For friends and family members, it can be hard to know when and how to step in. As a result, those in need of mental health services often do not get them until it is too late.

Just as CPR helps even those without clinical training assist an individual having a heart attack, Mental Health First Aid prepares participants to interact with a person experiencing a mental health crisis. Mental Health First Aiders learn a 5-step action plan that guides them through the process of reaching out and offering appropriate support.

Please register using the link below:

For additional information or questions, please contact Heather Martinsen, New Horizon’s Behavioral Health Wellness Supervisor at 703-792-7739 or



Addiction to prescription pain medications, also known as opioids, is a public health emergency in Virginia and a crisis across the nation. Prescription opioid misuse is a significant cause of injury and death in Virginia, accounting for at least 55.5% of all drug/poison deaths in 2014. For many, addiction began with a legal prescription.

For more information, please visit:



REVIVE! is a 90 minute presentation in which participants learn about opioids, how to recognize an opioid overdose situation and how to respond accordingly using Naloxone. This training is offered free of charge and participants will receive Narcan after completion of the training.

Stay tuned for upcoming training sessions.


span.pngSPAN - Suicide Prevention Alliance of Northern Virginia -  Joining forces to prevent suicide in Northern Virginia, the region's five community services boards (CSBs) have launched a new website and a coordinated suicide prevention campaign - Reach Out. Find Hope.

SPAN continues to expand initiatives in the region and communities to prevent suicide and stop the stigma.  Check out the video. 



get on track.jpgThe  GetOnTrack Program is a coordinated specialty care program for young adults experiencing a first episode of psychosis. For more information call Katanya Goswell at (703) 792-5240. To schedule an appointment, please call (703) 792-7800 in Manassas and (703) 792-4900 in Woodbridge. View Brochure




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