Eggleston expands its brain injury services program
with a new facility in Norfolk
After more than 20 years leasing space in Virginia Beach for its brain injury program, Eggleston now has its own building in Norfolk to house operations. In early 2020 we received notice that the property we were leasing was to be sold and rezoned for new development.
“We needed to move quickly and recognized the opportunity in front of us to expand and enhance our Brain Injury Services and Warrior Bridge Veterans programs,” said CEO Paul Atkinson Sr. “The former Virginia Employment Commission building proved to be the right location and thanks to the generosity of the Hampton Roads Community Foundation and a number of donors this expansion is being made possible.”
The new facility at 5145 E. Virginia Beach Blvd. will also contain our Warrior Bridge program and will serve as Eggleston’s new headquarters.
Each year, Eggleston’s Brain Injury Services (BIS) and Warrior Bridge Veteran’s programs serve nearly 200 adults with disabilities in Hampton Roads by providing intensive services, case management, and vocational rehabilitation to empower people with disabilities. To learn more about these programs and the new facility, please check out the recent article in Inside Business.