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Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Resource Guide 

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2. Advocacy and Legal- INTRO 3.  Alcohol and Drug Issues  - INTRO 4.  Assistive Tech & Adaptive Equipment - INTRO 5. Caregiver Support and Resources - INTRO 6.  Education: learn about brain injury - INTRO 7.  Financial and Medical  Benefits- INTRO 8.  Housing Resources
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  • 9.  Independent Living Centers - INTRO 10. Information and Referral Services  11.  In-home Care and Housing 12.  Mental Health and Crisis Programs - INTRO 13.  Rehabilitation Physical and Cognitive - INTRO 14. Rehabilitation Vocational - INTRO 15. Special Ed - Public Schooling & Public Law - INTRO 16.  Support Groups for Individuals and/or Families 17. Transportation 18. Veterans Programs and Services - INTRO 19Glossary of Terms

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