Crumley House expands campus with new cottage

The Crumley House in Limestone, Tennessee has added a new cottage to its campus to help with its rehab efforts for its recovery services. Fundraisers assisted with the construction of the new units. Their next event is the 'Joggin for the Noggin' 5k on March 24. (T. Davis, WCYB)

The Crumley House in Washington County, Tennessee is expanding its services.

Another cottage has opened to make accommodations and recovery services available for five male brain injury survivors. This is the second cottage after one was built several years ago for women survivors.

The cottages offer home style living with many amenities including internet access. The Crumley House serves a total of 40 brain injury survivors with nearly 200 on a waiting list.

"We hope that the individuals will be able to get back out in the community and this is a stepping stone for them to be able to do exactly that to live more independently," said Executive Director Guynn Edwards.

Fundraising made it possible to expand and provide the new cottage.

Crumley's annual 'Joggin for the Noggin 5k Road Race is coming up March 24.

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