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Announcement:

On Friday, February 3, and Monday, February 6, 2017, the statewide system for benefits will be closed so a new coordinated system can be implemented. This new system will have Medicaid, SNAP and TANF benefits incorporated into one system instead of the previous three systems. Between February 3 and ending the early morning of February 7, no applications can be processed and no information can be accessed - statewide.  Applications can be dropped off in the drop boxes in the Ferlazzo and Sudley North lobbies.

​​​Our Mission

The Department of Social Services mission is to enhance the quality of life in Prince William County by affording individuals and families the support, protection and safety necessary to enable them to build self-reliant lives.

Our People

The Department of Social Services employs many dedicated professionals with credentials in social work, counseling, employment/career planning, criminal justice and information technology. The Department provides County residents with a range of services, financial assistance and residential programs for youth. The Department also provides County citizens with federally mandated programs including Child and Adult Protective Services, SNAP (Food Stamps), Medicaid and Temporary Assistance to Needy Families. Courtney Tierney is the Director of Social Services and can be reached at 703-792-7500.

Hours and Locations

Manassas Office:
Sudley North Government Center | 7987 Ashton Avenue Suite 200 
Woodbridge Office:
Dr. A.J. Ferlazzo Building | 15941 Donald Curtis Drive Suite 180 
Department Telephone: 703-792-7500
Department Hours (effective 2-1-16): 
Sudley North and Ferlazzo lobbies open 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Office Hours: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.  
 

Look Before You Lock

wheres_baby.jpg Hundreds of children each year are involved in potentially fatally accidents when left unattended in a vehicle. According to the Virginia Department of Social Services, in 2013, 44 children in the United States died as a result of being left in a hot car. Read more....

 

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