TBI Family Support Program
The TBI Family Support Program is funded by state funds and designed to assist individuals with disability due to TBI and their families to remain together in their homes and communities
The primary purpose of the Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Family Support Program is to support:
· families with children with a disability due to a traumatic brain injury, school age and younger;
· adults with a disability due to a traumatic brain injury who choose to live with their families; and
· adults with a disability due to a traumatic brain injury who are residing in the community in an unsupported setting (not a state or federally funded program).
Services can include, but not limited to: respite care, day care services, home modifications, equipment, supplies, personal assistance, transportation, homemaker services, housing costs, health-related needs, nursing and counseling.
For more information click here for TBI Family Support Flyer
To find out if you are eligible for the TBI Family Support Program each out to your local TBI Service Coordinator or call 1-800-882-0611.