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Guide to Finding Military TBI Resources
Learn about how to find help for service members and veterans with TBI in these articles from the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center:
- Support for Wounded Service Members and Their Families
- Counseling/Behavioral Health
- Health Benefits
- Brain Injury Association of America
- Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center
- Veterans Crisis Line
- SAMHSA Mental Health Services Locator
- TRICARE Service Care Locator
- Vet Center Locator
National Military TBI Resources
Below are links to national organizations and web resources that offer services, information, and support for service members and veterans with traumatic brain injury - and their families.<< < page 1 of 2 > >> (showing 1-20 of 35 results) jump to page:
AfterDeployment.org is an online resource providing self-care solutions for service members, military families, and veterans focused on deployment related issues including post-traumatic stress, depression, anger, sleep, relationship concerns, and other psychological health challenges. The site also provides information and resources tailored to the specific needs of health care and mental health professionals.
The Wingman Project was created in August 2007 by the Deputy Director of Safety of the Air National Guard as a collaborative solution, including chaplains, family support, medical community, and safety, for all Airmen and their families to address suicide intervention.
The Air Force Wounded Warrior Program works hand-in-hand with the Air Force Survivor Assistance Program and Airman & Family Readiness Centers to ensure Airmen receive professional support and care from the point of injury, through separation or retirement, for life.
The Airman and Family Readiness Center serves as a one-stop information and referral center for single, married, active-duty, Guard, Reserves, civilians who work on base, and retired members as well as their families. One of its major functions is linkage—ensuring Team Nellis personnel and their families are connected with the appropriate service on and off base.
America's Heroes at Work is a U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) project that addresses the employment challenges of returning Service Members living with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and/or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Army Emergency Relief is a private nonprofit organization incorporated in 1942 by the Secretary of War and the Army Chief of Staff. AER is the Army's own emergency financial assistance organization and is dedicated to "Helping the Army Take Care of Its Own."
The Army Reserve Family Program is committed to offering education, training, awareness, outreach, information, referral, and follow-up. Our mission and vision statements reflect our commitment to the Army Reserve community.
The U.S. Army Warrior Transition Command (WTC) is a one-star command under the U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM). WTC serves a vital role, not only in managing the care and recovery of Soldiers evacuated from theater, but also those preparing to deploy and those who have returned from combat and require coordinated, complex care management to help them cope with and overcome the cumulative effects of war and multiple deployments.
The Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) is dedicated to increasing access to quality health care and raising awareness and understanding of brain injury through advocacy, education and research. With a nationwide network of more than 40 chartered state affiliates and hundreds of local chapters and support groups, BIAA provides help, hope and healing for individuals who live with brain injury, their families and the professionals who serve them.
Coaching Into Care works with family members or friends who become aware of their Veteran’s post-deployment difficulties—and supports their efforts to find help for the Veteran.
The Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) Outreach Center provides trained, professional health resource consultants with expertise in psychological health and traumatic brain injury by phone, email, and live chat.
The Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC) serves active duty military, their beneficiaries, and veterans with traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) through state-of-the-art clinical care, innovative clinical research initiatives and educational programs.
The Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) was established in November 2007 to integrate knowledge and identify, evaluate and disseminate evidence based practices and standards for the treatment of psychological health and TBI within the Defense Department.
The core mission of the U.S. Department of Defense, Deployment Health Clinical Center (DHCC) is to improve deployment-related health by providing caring assistance and medical advocacy for military personnel and families with deployment-related health concerns.
eBenefits, a program of the Department of Veterans Affairs, is a central location for Veterans, Service Members, and their families to research, find, access, and, in time, manage their benefits and personal information.
inTransition is a voluntary and confidential program to support service members receiving mental health care as they move between health care systems or providers. The inTransition program is designed to make sure service members are given the necessary resources to maintain treatment gains, connect with an ongoing provider and achieve positive outcomes.
The Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Regiment (WWR) was established to provide and facilitate assistance to wounded, ill and injured (WII) Marines and their family members throughout the phases of recovery. The WWR is a single command that provides non-medical care to the total Marine force: Active Duty, Reserve, Retired, and Veteran Marines.
Military OneSource is a free service provided by the Department of Defense to service members and their families to help with a broad range of concerns including money management, spouse employment and education, parenting and child care, relocation, deployment, reunion, and the particular concerns of families with special-needs members.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. Their Veterans Resources Center consolidates useful online resources, with topics ranging from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder to how to obtain Veterans Administration benefits.
The National Center for Telehealth & Technology (T2) designs, builds, tests, and evaluates available and emerging technologies to deploy in support of psychological health and traumatic brain injury recovery in the military community.
Comprised of clinical and research psychologists, web developers, interactive designers, and technical specialists, T2 develops a range of web-, mobile- and Virtual Reality-based assessment, monitoring and treatment tools. T2 also conducts quality research to evaluate existing and emerging technologies for efficacy.
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