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Valley Disability

Support Group


Valley Disability Support Group and Online Resource was founded in 2019 in response to treatment gaps experienced by Dr. Victoria Newman, a Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor. Her primary focus is a commitment to equal access to good quality Healthcare, Resources to local, state and national programs for TBI Survivors and Caregivers, Empowerment and Advocacy for TBI Survivors and disabled individuals in our community.


Connect with peers through group support and one-on-one peer mentoring. Programs and advocacy tools promote resiliency and hope for individuals and their caregivers across disabilities. Let us help you fulfill your goals.

Valley Disability Support is committed to anti-racism, equal access and inclusion in all we do for everyone regardless of race, nationality and gender. Inequality and racial disparities are consequential and their effects undermine equal access, inclusion and self-determination for disabled individuals of color and the LGBTQ+ community.


Making A Difference

Group Lecture


Empowering The Community

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The Valley Disability Support  is dedicated to stepping up efforts to connect and empower people. 

We are champions for you! Choosing a support group is a very personal decision. Our group approach is personable and we like to help others find tools and solutions to assist with problem solving and promote opportunities for individual growth. Activities that promote self-awareness, self-advocacy and self-determination combined with access to the right resources, enhances an individuals ability to gain renewed confidence. Support groups help people make connections in positive ways, which can lead to healing. 

Special Events and our Online Resource are also options available. It  to local, state and national resources are available. We are always striving to make a difference. Come join us!


One Step at a Time

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With our mission always in mind, we strive to find new strategies to support better outcomes for those living day-to-day with disabilities. Communicating the true needs for the disabled in our community is something that we take very seriously. We are disability advocates who actively raise awareness of issues important to the disabled in our community - including but not limited to transportation, access to affordable housing and employment opportunities. Contact us to learn more about our commitment to this cause.

In Good Hands
A Supportive Hug

"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does"

William James


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Location: Front Royal, VA, USA

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