The Beacon House: Brain Injury Services

The Beacon House is a program serving adults who have become disabled as a result of an acquired brain injury, stroke, or other debilitating brain injuries.

The Beacon House uses a clubhouse model. What this means is the persons served are within a membership organization and are being taught the recovery of skills they may have lost through brain injury.

This restorative environment provides opportunities to gain and maintain friendships, interact with others, and gain access to the services and supports they may need. Beacon House is for those who have had their lives drastically disrupted and need the support of others.

For more information contact Joann Mancuso, Program Manager. Phone: 757-631-0222 Email:

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