BIND provides tools and a bridge of support to adult brain injury survivors so they can reconnect into life, the community and workplace.
A Brain Injury Clubhouse is a community center for adults living with the effects of an acquired brain injury. Society today is defined both by what we do and who we are. The Clubhouse model emphasizes the value of meaningful work. At the BIND program, staff and program participants, called Members, work together to run all aspects of the program, from answering phones, developing the newsletter and cleaning the facility. Through the process of the work-centered day, Members not only gain work skills and appropriate behaviors, but also develop skills necessary to live more independently. The BIND program opened in February of 2015. We have experienced tremendous support, interest and growth and we recently expanded our physical space to triple our square footage! Our significant needs lie in continued expansion of our current programs through: capacity building, strengthened volunteer services, and increasing staff support so that we can serve more brain injury survivors. With your help, we will reach the 50+ survivors on our wait list.
Our generous Board of Directors has pledged to contribute a minimum of $2,000.00 in matching funds! We are grateful for their continued support.
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