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12/15/2014Atlanta Housing Authority opens Waiting List enrollment January 6, 2015
11/10/2014The Commission never charges an application or registration fee for our service
11/5/2014Amendment B approved by 70% of Georgia voters!
10/27/2014The GA Dept of Community Health wants your input regarding Medicaid waivers
10/20/2014Secondary complications of spinal cord injury
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The Commissioners and staff of the Brain and Spinal Injury Trust Fund give thanks for the wonderful people that we have the privilege of meeting and serving every week of the year. We thank all who have donated time and resources to the Commission so we can more effectively perform our mission. 

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TBI in Children and Youth: The Basics
SCI in Children and Youth: The Basics
Resource Guide Click to Download the C&Y TBI Guide
Fact Sheets & Papers
Go Ahead, Ask - Resource Guide
TBI Neurobehavioral
SCI Children & Youth
Neurobehavioral White Paper
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12/18/2014
10:30 AM
Commission meeting
Child swinging with parents watching
Mission Statement
The Brain and Spinal Injury Trust Fund Commission enhances the lives of Georgians with traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries. Guided by the aspirations of people with traumatic injuries, the Commission supports lives of meaning, independence and inclusion. As the state's Lead Agency on Traumatic Injuries, we:
  • administer the Central Registry to identify those who are injured,
  • distribute resources through the Trust Fund, and
  • advocate for improvements in statewide services.

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