Local Support for people with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) or Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) provided by professional coordinators trained in identifying and accessing community resources.
Resource Coordination also provides assistance coping with the issues of living with a Traumatic Brain Injury or Spinal Cord Injury, and helps transition back into family life, school and community.
Qualified care in the home for persons with TBI/SCI to allow full-time family caregivers a break.
The development of Accessible/Affordable Apartment Complexes stimulated by AHIF in Florence, Hoover and Mobile.
More information and photos.
Information and Referral
A statewide network of resource information on TBI and SCI including a multi-media library.
Camp for people with brain injury at beautiful Camp ASCCA on Lake Martin.
Small Places is a model social/recreational program for people with TBI with programs in Anniston, Birmingham, Cullman/Hanceville, Florence, Gadsden, Huntsville, Jasper, and Tuscaloosa.
AHIF promotes public policy to prevent injury and increase services to Alabamians with TBI.
A local network of peer support and information for people with brain injury or spinal cord injury and their families.
Listing of Support Groups
Free Child passenger restraints distributed to low income Alabamians including parent training and professional installation.
A model and unique service addressing persistent
behavioral challenges following TBI providing
medication management, neuropsychology, social work