Find Therapists and Counselors in Falls Church, VA

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About Falls Church

Falls Church is an independent city in the state of Virginia. It is named after an Episcopal church which served as a recruiting station during the American Revolution. The church in turn was named after its proximity to the Great Falls of the Potomac River. Falls Church became an independent city in 1948.

Falls Church has 14,600 inhabitants. The population increased by 19% from 2010 to 2017. The racial composition of Falls Church is 72% white, 10% Hispanic, 9% Asian, and 5% black. Foreign-born people make up 17% of the city’s population.

The median age in Falls Church is 39 years old. Among adults over 25 years old, 98% have a high school degree. Eighty percent of people in this age group have a bachelor’s degree.

People in Falls Church earn an average annual salary of $66,100. The median household income is $115,200. Sixty percent of families own their home. Less than 4% of Falls Church residents live in poverty. This number is significantly less than the poverty rate across Virginia (11%).

Mental Health in Falls Church

The Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board (CSB) provides mental health services to Falls Church residents. The CSB assists people who have mental health issues, substance addiction, and developmental delays. Toddlers and infants with developmental issues may receive early intervention services from the CSB. 

The CSB also offers free, online training courses in youth suicide prevention. The first three courses are for adults who work with young people, such as teachers or pediatricians. The courses teach viewers how to recognize suicidal intent in elementary, middle school, and high school students. The fourth course is for high schoolers who wish to learn how to talk to a friend in distress.


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