The Clubhouse located at 822 Main Street East is a welcoming space to obtain support, increase independence, confidence, self-advocacy and develop an ongoing network of friendships. All of our survivor groups and Clubhouse programming are open to adults living with the effects of brain injury and are free to attend (unless stated otherwise).

All Programs are facilitated by a Group Facilitator- the role of the Facilitator is to ensure comfort and maintain integrity of all programming.

Want to join us? Contact us, complete a Clubhouse Referral Form or drop by the Clubhouse.

A formal intake will be conducted after trial of programs is completed.


Survivor Support Groups

Survivor Support Groups are open to adults living with the effects of acquired brain injury. The purpose of our Support Groups is to provide survivors with the opportunity to share thoughts, experiences, concerns, interests and provide a platform to share feelings in a combined effort to better cope with and manage the complexity of living with ABI in a safe environment. Our goal is to provide survivors with peer support while increasing socialization and mitigating the feelings of isolation after ABI. Support Support Groups are held regularly on Monday’s, Wednesday’s and Thursday’s and on the last Tuesday of the month.


Tuesday 10:30am - 12:00pm

Wednesday 3:00pm - 3:30pm

Glee Club

Glee Club is open to individuals living with the effects of brain injury. A fun and engaging Club started by HBIA participants. Join us on Tuesdays to listen to a variety of music selected by you and your peers. Sing along and dance (optional). This is a great time to spend time among your peers!

ASL Club

ASL Club is open to individuals living with the effects of brain injury. ASL Club is survivor led and serves as an educational opportunity for individuals to learn the basics of American Sign Language in a relaxed environment.

The Clubhouse is a place where we all get together. It gives us time to express ourselves. Whereas at home, there is no communication. When you come here, you can expand your mind. Everyone benefits in a different way. It’s a community, and a social setting in society where we can be together.”
— HBIA Participant, Moss
I frequent the HBIA is a warm and welcoming place with people who understand the challenges of this, most often, invisible and misunderstood condition...The people within, both facilitators and ABI friends...continue to help me through some very dark times. In an life was changed forever. Still often feeling a victim, they help me work through it all and remind me that I am a survivor. Thank you to so many.
— HBIA Participant, Susan

  All groups and programs are subject to change. Please check our online calendar for updates or contact us for information.