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Mental health services in the Washington Metro Area

Dominion Hospital, the only freestanding mental health facility in Northern Virginia, leads the region in short-term mental health services for children aged 5 to 12 years old, adolescents aged 13 to 17 years old and adults aged 18 years old and older. Our treatments include a 24/7 inpatient program, partial hospitalization program (PHP) and an intensive outpatient program (IOP). In addition to Intersect, our dual diagnosis substance abuse program, we are also affiliated with Reflections Eating Disorders Center.


Why people choose us

Our hospital is committed to offering advanced healthcare services with a compassionate, patient-focused approach in the Northern Virginia region.

Front entrance of Dominion Hospital.

We live here and work here.


We provide high-quality care.


We're part of the Falls Church community.



  • 116 bed free standing behavioral health hospital
  • Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) inpatient and outpatient
  • Two convenient outpatient locations in Falls Church and Chantilly, Virginia
  • Specialty programs include Eating Disorders, Trauma, Primary and Co-Occurring Substance Use, and School Refusal
  • 5 dedicated inpatient units
  • Direct access to care for providers and patients

Comprehensive mental health care

Your health and well-being are our priority. We do everything we can to make sure you have access to a wide range of programs so you can get the personalized treatment you need and deserve. Some of the services we offer include:

Addiction treatment

Our hospital offers both inpatient and outpatient programs for those with primary substance use and dual diagnosis — addiction coupled with a mental health condition. In a compassionate, judgment-free environment, we create a treatment plan that helps you understand the connections between addiction and your mental health.

Learn more about our substance abuse care 

Psychological trauma

Trauma can be caused by many things, including abuse or a serious injury. This can lead to an interruption in your daily life. Our trauma treatment program is designed to help you overcome the physiological and neurobiological effects, as well as the psychological ones.
Learn more about our trauma treatment 

Child behavioral health

Our child mental health services provide a compassionate, kid-friendly environment alongside creative therapeutic methods, such as art and dance therapy. An interdisciplinary team of specialists will help your child develop coping and emotional regulation skills so they can go back to enjoying childhood.
Learn more about our child mental health services 

For visitors

We want our patients' visitors to be informed and for them to be as comfortable as possible. To do that, we provide information regarding our visitor rules and policies, community partnerships and other resources.

Visitor services and policies 

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