Resource Facilitation Program (RFP) is a free service offered by the Brain Injury Association of Georgia (BIAG) to people with a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), their families, caregivers, and community to navigate medical and general life challenges after a TBI. Our staff of Resource Facilitators provide education and resources to improve coping skills following TBI by connecting individuals with needed supports including information, education, and resources provided through the following:
- One-on-one consultation via phone or virtual (Zoom or FaceTime (via iPhone)
- Person-centered and supported decision-making approaches, with a focus on goals supporting transition into home, family, jobs, and community
- Providing brain injury specific information and resources
- Enhancing natural supports and providing linkage to appropriate supports, services, and community resources
- Follow-up with people with TBI and their Loved ones for up to two years, continuing to support changing needs while building on personal strengths.
- Bilingual Resource Facilitator available
What to do next: Click on: CONTACT US to begin the process. Complete the form which gives an Authorization to Participate in Resource Facilitation as well as the verification of brain injury. This form can be completed by the survivor or family member, or a professional, whom we will be assisting to locate Resources during their journey through their new life after a traumatic brain injury. To protect your privacy please complete the HIPAA form. Once you click submit the form will be automatically received and you will be contacted.
- BrainLine - informational/educational website with resources and videos covering all about brain injury and PTSD
- Brain Injury Wallet Card - Click here to download the ID card
- General Resources Click here
- Brain and Spinal Injury Trust Fund offers grant potential for TBI and/or SCI
The RFP is made possible with an ACL grant awarded to the Brain and Spinal Injury Trust Fund Commission. BIAG partners with BSITFC supporting individuals affected by a traumatic brain injury statewide.
Note: This service does not replace any legal, medical, or rehabilitation follow-up.