Community Resources

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We pride ourselves on being a guiding hand to people with brain injuries and their families. We support people holistically, sometimes this means helping them with things in everyday life. Here is a list of community resources. NOTE: This page is in development, if you have suggestions for resources to feature please email mnafziger@thebridgeline.org.


Recovery Resources:

  1. State-Wide Brain Injury Resource Database
  2. UVa Encompass Health Outpatient Physical & Occupational Therapy (Accepts Medicaid)
  3. Sentara MJ Outpatient Physical, Occupational, & Speech Therapy 
  4. Sheila Johnson Center at the UVA Curry School
  5. Occupational Health Strategies

Advocacy Resources:

  1. Brain Injury Association of Virginia

Independence/Transportation Resources:

  1. Independence Resource Center
  2. JAUNT
  3. VisitAble
  4. Cville Community Cares hotline for grocery/prescription pickup for people who cannot leave their homes, and other material support: (434) 214-0454 or email cvillecares@gmail.com

Mental Health Resources:

  1. Region Ten Community Services Board for Mental Health Emergencies & Teletherapy: 434-972-1800
  2. National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) Warm Line for Stress Mgmt. & Support: 434-260-8127

Family Resources:

  1. Aunt Bertha, The Social Care Network
  2. Charlottesville Newcomers Club
  3. Charlottesville City Parks and Recreation. Adaptive Recreation Program 
  4. Access Art
  5. Moms Offering Moms Support
  6. The Women’s Initiative
  7. Community Mental Health & Wellness Coalition: Mental health resources, information & referrals
  8. Family Caregiver Alliance
  9. Charlottesville JABA Senior Center
  10. Louisa JABA Senior Center
  11. Well Spouse Foundation
This list of resources is not exhaustive, and the inclusion of any specific resource does not constitute or imply an endorsement from The BridgeLine.