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We Offer The Hope Of Recovery

Welcome Home! You are among friends, family, and professionals who are committed to easing the burden of brain injury through counseling, education, and connection to community resources. We offer the hope of recovery to the 6.3 million Americans affected by brain injury each year. Although the physical injuries are significant, the emotional and cognitive effects of traumatic brain injury are the most difficult.


Please join us for our first Virtual Walk October 30-November 1! Click here for registration and details! Looking forward to seeing you!

Hope After Brain Injury: “Talks” Video Series

We partner with healthcare professionals (licensed professional counselors, psychiatrists, social workers) who are dedicated to helping with these ‘not-so-obvious-to-the-eye’ effects of brain injury. We extend patience and understanding to all those affected by brain injury. You are not alone. Contact Hope After Brain Injury Today!

Recent Encouragement From Our Blog

My Story

By: Ariel Johnson On the morning of December 13th, 2007 the weather was horrible. It was sleeting, hailing, and snowing. I was driving back to school when I swerved into the oncoming lane and hit [...]

Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Misunderstood

It is 2020, and the question remains, why are so many mild traumatic brain injuries still misunderstood? Despite extraordinary medical advancements, countless patients can travel from doctor to doctor, struggling to sort through the health [...]

Brain Injury Services & Resources

Hope after Brain Injury offers online and personal support for brain injury survivors and their families. We have a weekly blog that highlights aspects of living with brain injury.

Also, take a peek at our TBI blog for an inside glimpse of those living with brain injury.You will find stories from fellow survivors and family members; tips for managing various issues such as memory loss, fatigue, and anger; links to community resources; and perspectives from professionals committed to the advancement of brain injury awareness and recovery.

Audio Encouragement: “One Minute of Hope” Click To Hear More

Who We Are

Hope After Brain Injury is a non-profit, faith-based organization devoted to educating, equipping, and encouraging anyone affected by brain injury. Together, survivors of brain injury, caregivers/families, and the medical community advance hope and spread awareness of brain injury. Learn more about us.

We are a faith-based organization who practices the truth spoken by the Apostle Paul in 2 Corinthians 1:3, 4 “Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves receive from God.”

Dr. Dean Adams, Fort Worth Learn More About Dr. Deana Adams & Hope After Brain Injury
For over 25 years, I have worked with adults and adolescents who have experienced trauma and abuse, struggled with depression and anxiety. Since 2008, my specialty has been working with brain injury survivors and family/caregivers.
Learn More About Patti Foster, Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor
Patti Foster’s life is a testament to the intense love she has for others. Her joy and laughter refresh those around her, and she welcomes opportunities to influence lives through her motto: M.A.D. Now! –  Make A Difference Now!

Traumatic Brain Injury Support Group in Fort Worth

Please join us every 2nd Tuesday of the month from 1p-2:30p in the Connections Building of Pantego Bible Church located at 8200 Anderson Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76120. We facilitate a separate group for survivors and caregivers. We look forward to meeting you!

New Book By TBI Survivor Patti Foster

Hope for the Journey: A 52-Week Spiritual Journal by Patti Foster. Enjoy this new devotional written by a traumatic brain injury survivor and for brain injury survivors along with anyone going through adversity. A beautiful book with weekly devotional along with 5 days of questions to take you deeper into your walk with God and recovery.

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