Bridge Line: Enriching Lives - Fostering Independence (Adults with Acquired Brain Injury)

Description:

Our Mission
The Bridge Line enriches the lives of adults with acquired brain injuries by fostering independence through individualized day and residential services.

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.

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.  In the workday, there are opportunities for members to gain self-confidence and purpose, and to develop a social network of peers.  Membership in the program is lifetime and members can utilize additional services and supports available through the program.

Location(s):
953 2nd St. SE, Suite 410
Charlottesville, VA 22902
Contact(s):
434-989-1274
Tag(s): After High School Employment Independent Living Parent/Family Professional Resources Transition Traumatic Brain Injury