HIGH HOPES HEAD INJURY DAY TREATMENT
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First brain rehabilitation program in the USA
Charitable non-profit day treatment
Where Hope Becomes Success
Eric Marienthal And Friends Concert is
scheduled for Sunday, July 10, 2016
|Brent (student) and Mark Desmond (Director/Instructor)|| |
Congratulations to Tyler Wood, who completed The Hike for Heads by reaching the US & Canada border after 5 months of traveling on the Pacific Crest Trail to raise awareness and funds for High Hopes students suffering with traumatic brain injuries. To learn more about his journey, click here.
Special thanks to CUT FOR A CAUSE for supporting High Hopes!
Thank you to everyone who sponsored, donated to, and attended the 17th annual Eric Marienthal & Friends Concert! Please join us next year on Sunday, July 10, 2016 for the next concert!
We're looking for sponsors so if you're interested in taking part in this great event, please follow this link ~> Sponsors
Hike for High Hopes
On April 24, 2014, Tyler Wood was in a car accident and suffered a severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). A miracle happened to Tyler! He had a great recovery and regained most of his short term memory and was back to feeling like himself.Tyler now feels that it is his duty to make a difference for those less fortunate by spreading the message of brain injury prevention, awareness, and High Hopes.
Special thanks to Tom & Dani and all who attended that made Bikes and Burgers an awesome event! Photos are up on our Facebook page!
We at High Hopes are a proud sponsor of KSBR!
A LITTLE ABOUT HIGH HOPES
The High Hopes Head Injury Program was started in 1975, as a result of hard work and the need of several families. This one-of-a-kind non-profit charitable organization is dedicated to the rehabilitation and retraining of loved ones who have been devastated by traumatic head injuries. Conservatively, one million six hundred thousand head injuries are estimated to occur annually in the United States. There are about 22,400 traumatic brain injuries in California alone each year. On average, seven million dollars will be spent over a lifetime for the rehabilitation and care of each survivor. High Hopes provides an affordable and successful day treatment program where skills thought lost forever are regained. High Hopes' goal is to provide the best and lowest cost program to as many who need help as possible.