Welcome to the Denbigh House!
The Denbigh House, operated by the nonprofit organization, Community Brain Injury Services, is an innovative vocational rehabilitation program for individuals with brain injury who live on the Virginia Peninsula. The program seeks to help survivors of brain injury achieve greater levels of independence and productivity.
A Note from a Denbigh House Member
Hello! I am Richard Dodge and I have been a member at The Denbigh House for a little over a year.
I cannot remember exactly when I came, as all of us are here as the result of a traumatic brain injury, or TBI, which greatly affects one’s memory.
The clubhouse is a refuge for us with TBI and is a place where we come to learn new skills, socialize, become reaquainted with community living and, with hard work and determination, perhaps may even be able to pursue a new position in the workforce.
The Denbigh House also offers its assistance to the community by lending a heling hand in the Meals on Wheels program. The doors of The Denbigh House are open Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 3:30pm. We make excellent lunches on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.
I encourage you to stop by and visit!