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Traumatic Brain Injury Resources Near Me: Arizona

If you have suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in the state of Arizona, you may be feeling unsure of what to do next. A TBI can impact all aspects of your life, including your physical well-being, your mental health, your social relationships, and your ability to work.

Fortunately, there are resources throughout the United States and within Arizona to help you improve your quality of life. Brain injury survivors, their family members, and dependents can all benefit from these initiatives and services.

Nationwide Brain Injury Resources

Brain Injury Association of America

The mission of the BIAA is to advance awareness, research, treatment, and education, and to improve the quality of life for all people affected by brain injury. The organization offers educational materials, support groups, and advocacy services, along with brain injury prevention information.

The BIAA has resources in every state, including Arizona. You can call their local office or contact them through their website.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The CDC offers its own list of resources for head injury victims. The CDC’s Heads Up program offers head injury fact sheets for schools, healthcare providers, and coaches to aid in the prevention

and recognition of brain injuries in children.

Map of Arizona with larger cities

Hundreds of articles and reports containing brain injury information are available on the CDC’s website.

Independent Living Research Utilization

The IRLU offers contact information for independent living centers throughout the nation. These centers are non-profit, non-residential resource centers for individuals with disabilities. They can offer assistance with transportation, employment, skill-building, money management, and more.

In Arizona, there are Centers for Independent Living in Phoenix, Tuba City, Yuma, Tucson, and Prescott Valley. To find contact information for an independent living center near you, visit the ILRU’s website.

Arizona Traumatic Brain Injury Resources

Brain Injury Alliance Arizona

The BIAAZ offers several different support groups for brain injury victims. The Phoenix Survivor and Caregiver Support Group is an in-person group that meets once a month.

Other support and discussion groups for the state are virtual–there are separate men’s and women’s groups, as well as groups that focus on certain areas of the state.

The BIAAZ recognizes that the brain injury community is not made up only of injury victims. Support groups for family members and caregivers are also available.

The organization also puts on events, offers emergency assistance funds, and provides educational materials for survivors, family members, and medical professionals.

Arizona Governor’s Council on Spinal and Head Injuries

The mission of this council is to support head and spinal cord injury survivors and their families. The council is comprised of individuals with spinal and head injuries, their family members, members of the Arizona Department of Health and Human Services, physicians, and members of the general public.

They partner with organizations both nationwide and statewide to provide necessary services to injured Arizonans.

Arizona Department of Economic Security

The state Department of Economic Security offers Vocational Rehabilitation services. These VR programs seek to help people with disabilities prepare for, obtain, and retain employment.

Eligibility requirements for state VR programs are as such:

To apply for VR services, fill out the form on the Arizona Department of Economic Security’s website. If you require assistance in filling out the form, you may call or visit your nearest VR office.

Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (Arizona’s Medicaid Agency)

Medicaid can help eligible individuals pay for healthcare that they may not otherwise be able to afford. These services may include rehabilitation services, long-term care, emergency care, physical therapy, and other specialist services.

To find out if you qualify and to apply for Medicaid, visit the AHCCCS website.

How Can an Arizona Personal Injury Attorney Help Me?

If you suffered a TBI after a slip-and-fall, a motor vehicle crash, or a workplace accident, you may be entitled to financial compensation for your damages. A personal injury attorney with The Advocates can help you understand your options.

Your legal team will be by your side throughout the entire claims process. We will be available 24/7 to answer your questions and provide you with the resources and assistance you need. With an Advocate, you are never alone.

Contact The Arizona Advocates today for a free consultation. You deserve an attorney who will do whatever it takes to help you recover. You deserve an Advocate.