Resources

ADDICTION RECOVERY

Cerebral Palsy Support Group

Pacific Medical Training published an article on the nervous system by one of their staff writers, Sarah Gherke

YOU CAN REGAIN YOUR LIFE. THERE IS A WAY!®

The Addiction Center

Substance Abuse Resources

Skills to Enable People and Communities

Epilepsy Awareness Day

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

What is the difference between an acquired brain injury and a traumatic brain injury?

Acquired Brain Injury

What is Acquired Brain Injury?

Causes Of Acquired Brain Injury

Acquired brain injury

Brain Injury 101

Working with Families When a Child Has an Acquired Brain Injury

Effectiveness of Cognitive Rehabilitation Following Acquired Brain Injury

CONGENITAL AND ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY

3 Types of ABI

Types of Acquired Brain Injury

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If someone talks about killing themselves, and says they have a plan tell them to call Suicide hotline  800-273-8255
If the caller tells about a plan on how they will kill themselves, call 911. 
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  • Poison Center 800-222-1222
  • 24 hr protective services   855-444-3911
  • Domestic violence shelter  866-522-2725
  • Alcoholic, drug addiction, eating disorders and gambling hotline 888-937-7342
  • HIV hotline  800-872-2437
  • Legal aid hotline   888-783-8190
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline  800-799-7233
  • National Dating Abuse Hotline 800-787-3224
  • VET hotline 877-424-3838
  • Mental Health &Substance abuse routing (provides related resource phone numbers) 800-662-4357
  • American Red Cross Emergency Communications Center  877-272-7337