The vision for Heads Up for Hope provides its members with a safe, supportive, “trigger free” environment that allows for sharing personal experiences, obstacles, treatments, and resources with others on the same path, to assist with engaging in life.

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More than 5 million people in America live with severe effects of brain injury. About 1.7 million people sustain new brain injuries each year.

Brain injury or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), is any damage to the brain affecting a person physically, emotionally or behaviorally. Brain injuries can happen at birth, or later, from an illness or a trauma, and are called either traumatic or non-traumatic, depending on the specific cause.

For those who have suffered from TBI’s and are forced to adapt to these changes, it will help you and your loved one if you develop coping skills and find and use supportive resources. Contact us now to find out how your loved one can get the help they need.

Americans sustain a traumatic brain injury (TBI) every year
Americans currently have a long-term or lifelong need for help to perform activities of daily living as a result of TBI
TBI disables 6x more people a year than spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, HIV/AIDS, and breast cancer combined

Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all the darkness.” – Desmond Tutu


Together. We Can Improve.

Community members share stories of resilience and recovery at inaugural This is My Brave event in Edwards.

SpeakUp ReachOut held its first This Is My Brave storytelling event Thursday night at the Riverwalk Theater in Edwards, where seven community members took the stage to share their stories of resilience and recovery from mental illness and addiction.

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