Life at The Bridge Line
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If your brain injury is the result of military service (or occurred while serving in the US armed forces), call Ben Shaw, Veteran Peer Specialist for the Virginia Wounded Warrior Program for additional information about veteran/military-specific services. Ben Shaw, OIF/OEF Combat Veteran Veteran Peer Specialist Virginia Wounded Warrior Program / Region Ten CSB 434.962.0175 www.wearevirginiaveterans.org
*Aha! An Evening of Humor, Hope and Healing.*
Aha! Is a benefit show featuring a reception with UVA head football coach Mike London and a clean, funny standup comedy show showcasing nationally recognized standup comedians, hosted by WINA’s Jane Foy.
Dear friends, families and fellow supporters of Building a Bridge,
Happy New Year 2011 to all of you.
The year 2010 was exciting for us in so many aspects
We are currently accepting applications for our program. Individuals who have sustained traumatic brain injuries, are between the age of 21 and 55 years, and are able to function in and benefit from a supported living environment in a small community of similarly disabled individuals under the guidance of experienced counselors, or their representative(s) may […]
Last weekend the “Belmonters” went to Carter Mountain Orchard
Thanks for checking into our website and your interest in reading the fall news at Building a Bridge.
Our event “Lovin’ the Arts at 10-10-10”
Organized by Health South from the University of Virginia, Heinz received an award in recognition for his dedication and support of the brain injured persons in our community.
The law firm Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen have added a Bridge article to their blog and Facebook site.