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USA Brain injury association chapters

Brain Injury Association of Arkansas - Provides information and support for persons with a brain injury and their families through prevention, research, education and advocacy. Several support groups are offered across the state.

Brain Injury Association of East Texas - Site includes information regarding meeting dates and times for both survivors and caregivers as well as links to other TBI sites.

Brain Injury Association of Florida - Improving the quality of life for persons with brain injury and their families by creating a better future through, free materials, prevention programs, research, education, support services, and advocacy.

Brain Injury Association of Georgia - Services include a resource clearinghouse, toll-free help line, statewide directory of service providers, peer support, educational workshops, scholarship fund, advocacy, and support services, camps and conferences for anyone affected by brain injury.

Brain Injury Association of Kentucky - Provides a technical description of the brain, how a brain can be injured, levels of impairment, levels of injury, effects on family, local events, support group contacts, conferences, and membership information.

Brain Injury Association of Texas - Provides support and instructional services to survivors and their families. Offers online forum, statewide support group information, literature order form, and a newsletter for members.

Brain Injury Association of Washington - Provides support, advocacy, workshops, training, regional news, and statewide support group information.

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