BridgeLine Place is a community-based vocational program utilizing the Clubhouse model of psychosocial rehabilitation. BridgeLine Place provides the opportunity for 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 lifelong and members can utilize additional services and supports available through the program.
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BridgeLine Place operated formerly as High Street Clubhouse, a program of Virginia Neurocare Foundation from 2001 to 2014. In 2015, High Street Clubhouse became a program of The Bridge Line. A name change occurred in late 2015 to decrease public confusion on the location and better reflect the program’s purpose.
BridgeLine Place welcomes any person with a documented history of brain injury and is:
- A resident of the City of Charlottesville, or the Counties of Albemarle, Greene, Nelson, Fluvanna, or Louisa. Individuals residing in adjoining communities who meet all the membership requirements are eligible on a case by case basis.
- At least 18 years old.
- Independent in self-care and mobility (exception: if all other criteria are satisfied, then a personal care attendant is permitted for assistance in these two areas).
- Independent in medication administration.
- Able to provide own transportation.
- Desire to contribute to the community and follow through with personal goals.
- Able to participate with limited supervision.
Membership is not available to those who pose a threat to the health and safety of themselves or the community.
Referrals for Membership
Please contact the program to schedule an initial intake visit:
Telephone: (434) 220-4596