Please see below for various pages and links regarding general resources and associations.
- Brain Injury Association of Georgia
Provides comprehensive services for persons and family members, with brain injuries. Website, information and referral services, statewide support group listings, helpline referral and support services.
- Georgia Brain and Spinal Injury Trust Fund Commission
Provides funding for persons with Traumatic Brain Injury (brain injury due to external trauma only, illness not eligible) and spinal cord injury. Funding available for treatment, equipment, modifications, services not covered by insurance. Funding is a last resort option. Contact immediately, application processing may take several months.
- Georgia Department of Labor, Rehabilitation Services
Provides assistance for employment, vocational counseling, training, funding and services to assist persons with disabilities to return to work.
- Brain Injury Association (BIA) National Office
The mission of the national Brain Injury Association is to create a better future through brain injury prevention, research, education and advocacy.
703-761-0750/Family Helpline: 800-444-6443
- National Association of State Head Injury Administrators
NASHIA assists the state government in promoting partnerships and building systems to meet the needs of individuals with brain injury and their families.
- Georgia Department Of Human Resources
State of Georgia agency responsible for Community Mental Health, Department Of Family And Children’s Services, TBI Waiver Program, and Food Stamps.
- Georgia Aging and Disability Resource Connection
Georgia’s Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) is not a place or a program! It is a coordinated system of partnering organizations that are dedicated to providing accurate information about publicly and privately financed long-term supports and services.
- Social Security Administration
Call the toll free number for your local office. 800-772-1213
CALL THEM IMMEDIATELY AND INQUIRE ABOUT DISABILITY, MEDICARE, MEDICAID, AND SSI FUNDING. Often this is a lengthy process. Assistance from a lawyer (specializing in Social Security may be necessary).