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Our Mission

Working Towards Independence

No two brain injuries are the same—which is why we take an individualized approach for each person enrolled in our programs.

Community Brain Injury Services is proud to have two of the 17 brain injury Clubhouses throughout the United States and Canada. Much like our counterparts, our clubhouse provides opportunities for survivors covering all aspects of everyday life. From building meaningful relationships, regaining solid ground on education and employment, Community Brain Injury Services offers survivors of brain injury the hands-on assistance they need to get back to their normal routine.

Case Management

We offer case management services in 18 localities encompassing the Metro Richmond and Virginia Peninsula areas. Case Management at Community Brain Injury Services is client-centered and client-driven: clients create their own goals and are empowered in the case management process to make decisions.

Case Management

Clubhouse Program

We offer two clubhouse programs, one in Newport News, and one in Richmond. Both programs function in similar ways, allowing individuals living with brain injury seeking support in a community setting. Click below to learn more about our clubhouse programs, or refer a loved one or patient!

Clubhouse Program

Employment Services

Our Clubhouses are vocationally geared programs that offer an array of vocational supports designed to help survivors of brain injury return to competitive employment.

Employment Services

The Mill House has helped me become more social, and is helping me reach my personal goals.

Alfred Brain Injury Survivor

Case Management Services helped me to express myself, understand my injury,, and arrange transportation to get around the community.

Daryl Brain Injury Survivor

The Denbigh House has saved my life, and I am so grateful for them. Because of them, I have been able to gain and maintain my independence after injury.

Kelvin Brain Injury Survivor

Case Management has helped me to find my voice and give me strength to live on my own.

Monique Brain Injury Survivor