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Crossroads to Brain Injury Recovery

Second Annual Celebration of Life Frank Kiser Memorial Concert

All are welcome to come on Saturday, March 21, from 6-8 at the Basic United Methodist Church in Waynesboro for the Second Annual Celebration of Life Frank Kiser Memorial Concert to benefit the Augusta Brain Injury Support Group. See flyer for details.

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Our Mission

To improve the quality of life for those affected by brain injury by ensuring that individuals and their caregivers have access to the information, resources and services they need to lead more independent and productive lives.

HEAD GAMES documentary

headgamesCrossroads is hosting an awareness event on Wednesday, March 18th to promote National Brain Injury Awareness Day.  We will be showing the documentary, Head Games, which deals with the concussion crisis in American sports. 

WHAT:  HEAD GAMES documentary
WHEN:  Wednesday, March 18 at 7 pm
WHERE: Student Success Center 4044, James Madison University  


What our Clients say about us

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  • "My caseworker did all she could do to help me."
  • "Your services have met my needs."
  • "We greatly appreciate all the help that Crossroads has and continues to give to us. The information we have received, the assistance with services, and support group meetings have helped improve the quality of life for all of us!"
  • "My case manager is very good...to show and help with what I need...helps me do most for myself."
  • "My case manager listens to everything I have to say."
  • "[My case manager] has been extremely helpful to us in finding resources and services needed to help my son through his recovery."
  • "Without your services, I wouldn't have known where to turn for help in so many areas."
  • "Our case worker gives us 150%."

Crossroads to Brain Injury Recovery, Inc. announces Hartzler and Blosser as Certified Brain Injury Specialists

acbis-susan-jenCrossroads to Brain Injury Recovery is pleased to announce that two employees are now Certified Brain Injury Specialists. Susan Hartzler and Jen Blosser have completed the hours, training and testing to be Certified Brain Injury Specialists (CBIS) which is a nationally recognized credential. Both are Case Managers with Crossroads to Brain Injury Recovery. The Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists (ACBIS) offers this voluntary national certification program for both direct care staff and professionals working in brain injury services.