- The Need It can happen to anyone and out of nowhere: an out-of-control car, a slippery sidewalk, an accident on the playing field. It takes but an instant for a persona’s whole world to be turned inside out by brain injury. Continue Reading
- Residential Program The residential program is a long-term voluntary community for adults with brain injuries. The staff believes that survivor’s lives don’t have to be static. The primary purpose and activities are the fostering of a family-like setting for daily life wherein adults with brain injuries can live to the greatest degree possible as independent members of the general community. Because of the family-style arrangement, the needs for support that are unique to each resident can be addressed. How it works
- Clubhouse Program BridgeLine Place is a community-based vocational program utilizing the Clubhouse model. BridgeLine Place provides the opportunity to its members to learn valuable work and social skills to achieve vocational and/or independent living goals. More
Making Blankets for Trauma Patients at UVa!
- April 21 2017
Comedy Night 2017 with Bob Somerby!
- April 17 2017
THANK YOU Brett Leake!
- April 3 2017
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