Care for U.S. Service Members and First Responders with Brain Injury and Related Physical and Psychological Health Concerns

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SHARE at Shepherd Center

Since 2007, SHARE has provided evidence-based rehabilitation for military veterans, service members, and first responders who are ready to accept help and healing for their daily struggle with traumatic brain injuries and mental health concerns. SHARE is the only comprehensive rehabilitation program with:

  • flexible programming options
  • collaborative care
  • transition support
  • community reintegration

This is all available at no cost to military veterans, service members, and first responders, so they can embark on a truly individualized and impactful path to renewed relationships, purpose, and life.

Ready to get better? Learn more about SHARE admissions.

Questions about the SHARE Program?

For non-emergencies, call 404-603-4314 between 7:30 am - 4:00 pm to speak with a representative from our admissions team. If you call after hours, please leave us a message, and we'll return your call during our regular operating hours. You can also email us at

SHARE Mission Statement:

The mission of SHARE is to honor our clients’ trust every day as we help them go beyond traumatic brain injury and find renewed purpose.

SHARE Ethos Statements:

  • Embrace the challenge.
  • Commit and follow through.
  • Live each day with purpose.

SHARE Clients Share Their Stories of Courage

In SHARE’s "Stories of Courage" video series, former SHARE clients describe the healing and recovery they experienced in the program.

Watch the Videos

Meet our Specialists

SHARE Partnership with Avalon Action Alliance

Shepherd Center is proud to be a TBI Center partner in the Avalon Action Alliance, the post-trauma nonprofit dedicated to world-class care and transformative solutions around brain health and mental wellness for veterans, first responders, and their families experiencing symptoms related to PTSD, TBI, and substance abuse.