High Hopes Head Injury Program
Monday, December 11, 2017

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First brain rehabilitation program in the USA
Charitable non-profit day treatment
Where Hope Becomes Success
Thank you for joining us at the 2017
Eric Marienthal & Friends Concert!
Mark your calendars! Next Years concert
is on Sunday, July 8, 2018
Brent (student) and Mark Desmond (Director/Instructor)
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In Honor Of Tom White

Tom White recently passed away. Tom was a good friend to High Hopes and was huge supporter of The High Hopes Head Injury Program. Our hearts go out to the White family as all of us here at High Hopes are sorry for their loss.

Let us honor this man by remembering his legacy. If you are unfamiliar with Tom White, you can learn more about him by watching the video and reading this LA Times article published back in May of 2017.

A scholarship has been set up in Tom’s name.

Christmas Awards Luncheon

Featuring Comedian Nazareth 
When: Monday December 18, 2017
Time: 11AM - 1PM
There will be;
Food, Entertainment, Santa, Raffle Prizes, Awards, and Photos
High Hopes Students are free
Family members, Friends, and Guests are $15.00
You can purchase your tickets below...
Alternatively, you can purchase tickets at
Or by calling (949)733-0044
Horse Tail Bags
My name is Vicki Shook. I was a fashion designer by trade working in Los Angeles at the time of my accident. It was May of 2001, as I attempted to walk across the street alone to get lunch, I was struck by a minivan shattering the windshield with my head and thrown 60 feet. I suffered a severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and went through three years of rehabilitation. Upon graduation from TBI rehabilitation, I began volunteering at High Hopes Head Injury Program till this day...
To find out more about Vicki's Tail Bags, please click this link.
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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.

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