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Traumatic Brain Injury Program

The purpose of the Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Program is to improve access to supports and services for persons with brain injury and their families and to promote the awareness and understanding of traumatic brain injury in the District of Columbia.

In 1998, the TBI Program completed a needs and resource assessment for individuals with TBI and their families. Based on the results of the assessment, the District of Columbia Healthy People 2010 Plan includes strategic goals for improving the access to supports and services for persons with TBI and their families. Results of the assessment indicated the areas in need of expansion and improvement for providing acceptable supports and appropriate services for young children, youth and young adults with TBI and their families.

Goal One: Expand the current delivery system to ensure that individuals with TBI and their families have access to appropriate and acceptable supports and services within the District of Columbia.

Goal Two: Expand the current delivery system to ensure that youth and young adults with TBI and their families have access to appropriate and acceptable supports and services within the District of Columbia.
 

Service Contact: 
(301) 442-5925
Contact TTY: 
711
Office Hours: 
Monday through Friday 8:15 am - 4:45 pm