Bridge Line: Enriching Lives - Fostering Independence (Adults with Acquired Brain Injury)
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.
953 2nd St. SE, Suite 410 Charlottesville, VA 22902