• Thank you!

    We would like to say thanks to all who attended
    and supported this year's Founder’s Day Celebration
    at the West End restaurant in  Hyannis.

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  • A Home of Our Own

    At Chip's House head injured residents leave behind
    an institutional lifestyle and rejoin a world and
    community they care about and love.

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  • A Community Lifestyle

    Chip's House residents have the opportunity to maximize
    their mental, physical and social potential through daily
    activities, community support and ongoing events.

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  • Maximizing Potential

    Our Art program opens the doors to creative
    expression. In addition, it improves physical
    abilities and mental coordination.

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  • The Chips Family

    The members of the Chips House family come
    from a wide variety of backgrounds.

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A safe, friendly home
for people with head injuries.

In just one instant, the life of an active person can be dramatically changed by a traumatic brain injury. In the blink of an eye, the beat of a heart, the squeal of a tire or even the errant flight of an object, things can change forever. Chip’s house provides long-term, community-based housing that is safe, dignified, and tasteful.

At Chip's House, residents leave behind an institutional lifestyle and rejoin a world and community they care about and love. Our objective is to provide support services to disabled individuals so they can maximize their functional potential. By providing support services to disabled individuals, we empower them to achieve their highest level of independence in the community, thus greatly improving their quality of life.

Chip's House is a home of our own!

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