Making Headway Center provides services for individuals who have suffered a brain injury to help them adapt and lead independent lives. Below you will find a summary of the different services we offer for our clients.
Our counselor currently organizes and provides support groups for individuals and family members that are adjusting to and living with a brain injury. These support groups focus on healthy choices in daily living, including a weekly peer facilitated group where consumers support each other.
The Volunteer Program is designed to build important skills necessary for an independent lifestyle. This program is also great for our community because Making Headway Center’s participants perform valuable work on a volunteer basis at organizations ranging from Food for People to Eureka Rescue Mission Thrift Store to various clean-up projects.
Gaining employment is one of the essential final steps in consumers’ reintegration into the community. Unfortunately, in an increasingly competitive job market, people with brain injuries do not always have the same opportunities as those without disability.
Brain Injuries can happen to anyone and building the types of skills that allow our clients to become more independent our essential to growth and success. Our goal with our younger clients is to help them improve how they experience the world.