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North Dakota Brain Injury Network

If you have a brain injury and you live in North Dakota, look no further than the North Dakota Brain Injury Network. Funded by a contract with the North Dakota Department of Human Services, the North Dakota Brain Injury Network provides information and support to people with brain injuries in the state and their families. From its history to the wide array of services the network provides the brain injury community, continue reading to learn all about the North Dakota Brain Injury Network.

Eligibility

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The North Dakota Brain Injury Network has been in existence is 2013 and is funded by a contract with the state. To be eligible for any of the services provided by the North Dakota Brain Injury Network, you must be a resident of North Dakota and you must have a medically documented traumatic brain injury. The North Dakota Brain Injury Network is located at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences as well in Grand Forks, ND.

Services and Programs Provided

Services and Programs Provided

From the prevention of traumatic brain injuries to directly assisting people with traumatic brain injuries, the North Dakota Brain Injury Network is a multifaceted program that helps in all areas of life with a brain injury. One of the first areas the network assists is with TBI prevention. Employees of this network will host brain injury-specific training sessions and presentations for all ages. They also host the annual Mind Matters brain injury conference.

To help educate people about brain injuries, North Dakota residents can request a deck of cards that includes facts about brain injuries on each card. If you'd like to receive a free deck of North Dakota Brain Injury Network playing cards, you can request them here: https://www.ndbin.org/contact/card-request 

Other than outreach, the network heavily assists with resource facilitation, which helps individuals with brain injuries and their families access and identify the information, services, and supports that can help them and are available from the state. They also offer an online searchable resource directory on all things brain injury.

Case consultation is another important service provided by the North Dakota Brain Injury Network. They provide assistance to service providers and other brain injury professionals by providing brain injury training, brain injury resources and they offer any other support that may be needed.

And lastly, the North Dakota Brain Injury Network facilitates regional brain injury support groups throughout the state for people affected by TBI, and it offers assistance to existing support groups that are through various hospitals and rehabilitation centers in North Dakota.

How to Get Help

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If you have a new brain injury or if you have had a traumatic brain injury for years, the North Dakota Brain Injury Network can still help you. They can help connect you with life-changing resources, information, and services. You can contact them by calling them at 1-(855)-866-1884 or you can email them at info@ndbin.org

- Learn more: https://www.ndbin.org/  

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