• providing innovative
    community-based services for
    survivors of brain injury

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  • Our vision is for every survivor of brain injury to have the opportunity to realize a life of purpose and self-determined value.

    Our mission is to empower survivors of brain injury to regain independence through innovative outcomes-based services.

  • Regain independence, refine work skills, and confidently re-enter the community.

    Community Futures Foundation (CFF), based in Richmond, Virginia, provides long term community based support services to individuals with brain injury in the Metro Richmond and Hampton Roads Area. Since 2000, Community Futures Foundation has empowered survivors of brain injury through innovative, “best practice” programs and services. Through its three main services, The Mill House, The Denbigh House and Case Management Services, CFF provides a wide array of intensive community-based services to hundreds of survivors and their families each year.

    At CFF, individuals with brain injury are offered the opportunity to regain self confidence, refine work skills, and regain independence. The impact of CFF, though, is not limited to the provision of direct services. Since its inception, Community Futures Foundation has fostered the development of advocates, the education of our community, and continued advancement in the long term care and support of survivors of brain injury.

    Executive Director, Jason Young and Board Member/BBQ Master Elliott Buckner appear on CBS6 “Virginia This Morning” to talk about The Mill House Pig Out BBQ Fundraiser, The Mill House Program, and cooking a white sauce chicken!