Sun Shine: A step toward independence

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The house at 6 Rollingwood Drive is typical of the other comfortable homes that dot the suburban landscape of upper Salisbury Street.

Yet, to the four women who live there, it’s more than a shelter.

Rather, it’s a place of hope and healing. a quiet oasis where the women can mend while trying to restore a sense of normalcy to their shattered lives.

Back yard

Courtesy of Advocates

The backyard of Advocates’ new program home, for women with traumatic brain injury, in Worcester.

Each has sustained a traumatic brain injury.

The brain injury facility, located in an oversized single-level house near Flagg and Salisbury streets, was opened in September by Advocates, a large Framingham-based social service provider that was founded in 1975.


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