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Head Trauma Sacramento

P.O. Box 215666
Sacramento, CA 95821
Phone: (916) 568-6660

This local organization holds meetings for both the traumatic brain injury survivor and also to help the needs of traumatic brain injury caretakers. Meetings are held at Easter Seals Society, 3205 Hurley Way, Sacramento, CA 95864.

Options Family of Services

800 Quintana Rd. Ste. 2C
Morro Bay, CA 93442
Phone: (805) 772-6066
Fax: (805) 772-6067

Options Family of Services operates one of the most comprehensive post-brain trauma treatment programs. Options Family of Services specializes in behavior management, transitional living, vocational training, and community re-entry. A neuropsychological assessment can be arranged if requested.

St. Jude Brain Injury Network

130 W. Bastanchury Road
Fullerton, CA 92835
Phone: (866) 785-8332

The St. June Brain Injury Network can coordinate services that will help improve the quality of life for the adult traumatic brain injury survivor. This location serves the Orange County community of Traumatic Brain Injury patients.

Pomeroy Recreation and Rehabilitation Center – San Francisco TBI Network

207 Skyline Boulevard
San Francisco, CA 94132
Phone: (415) 665-4100
Fax: (415) 665-7543

The Pomeroy Recreation and Rehabilitation Center provides programs including Expressive Arts, Children and Teen Services, Adult Services, Respite Care Services, and employment training and opportunities to TBI patients.

Brain Injury Association of California

3501 Mall View Rd., Suite 115
or PO Box 397
Bakersfield, CA 93306
Phone: (661) 872-4903
Fax: (661) 873-2508

Support groups can be found in California regions through the Brain Injury Association of California website. This organization works closely with veterans who sustained their brain injury while serving their country. Those wishing to support brain injury research can participate in their yearly ‘Walk for Brain Injury’ held in several California communities.

San Diego Brain Injury Foundation

P.O. Box 84601
San Diego, CA 92138
Phone: (619) 294-6541

Local support groups for the San Diego area can be found here. A free monthly publication, Brain Injury Journey, is available via download for TBI survivors and their caregivers.

Betty Clooney Center for Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury

4439 1/2 E Village Road
Long Beach, CA 90808
Phone: (562) 938-9005

The Betty Clooney center provides TBI Case Coordination service which is one-on-one. They also assist the TBI survivor in locating medical care, residential services, legal services, education, and benefits assistance. If substance abuse is an issue, help can be obtained through this organization. Additionally, a Case Coordinator can be assigned to the patient to assist in arranging needed tests, community referrals, and transportation needs. The Betty Clooney Center can assess the needs of each TBI survivor, identify potential problems unique to the individual and then plan an intervention before problems occur.

Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona


Support Groups can be found on this website for Arizona residents. In addition, they break down the different medical providers that you may need to use and explain what each medical provider does for your loved one who has sustained a TBI. The following link provides agencies in Arizona that will help you provide training to someone with a brain injury to develop independent living skills, providers of long term care, and agencies helping parents of children with special needs.

Brain Injury Research Center of Mount Sinai

5 E. 98th Street, B-15
New York, NY 10029
Phone: (888)-241-5152

The Brain Injury Research Center of Mount Sinai conducts many clinical trials and research studies to help TBI patients. To learn how to enroll a loved one in a clinical trial or research study, call them. Additionally, they have support groups to help TBI survivors understand how they can deal with issues such as weight gain, depression, fatigue, sexuality, and concentration post-trauma.

Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado


The Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado provides a huge arrange of services including Art Therapy Classes, Crisis Services, Youth Brain Injury Connections, Support Groups, Recreation Programs, and Day Programs. They also provide support groups, free seminars, and even host a scholarship every year for victims of Brain Injury.

Alaska Brain Injury Network

121 West Fireweed Lane, Suite 175
Anchorage, AK 99503
Phone: (907) 274-2824
Toll-Free: 1-888-574-2824
Fax: (907) 274-2826

The Alaska Brain Injury network serves as an advocate for those who have experienced brain injuries. Assistance can come in the form of providing education, organizing treatment, and coordinating medical providers to get the treatment the injured person needs and who may not in a situation to care for themselves. Resources can be found by region.

Brain Injury Alliance of Oregon


This organization invites Oregon residents to email them so that they can understand your needs and get you to the right people. They can provide education options, assistance for veterans, and support groups.