Helpful Links

Additional websites and links to learn more about brain injury.

  • VCU TBI Model Systems website

    Rearch program focusing on improving care and quality of life for people with brain injury and their families. 

  • Virginia 211

    A free service that can help you find the local resources you need. Available to you 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

  • Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services

    State agency that provides employment services, community based services, assistive technology and disability determination. 

  • Virginia Disability Navigator

    Free resource information associated with aging, disabilities, post-military life, and overall well-being.

  • Local Departments of Social Services

    Locate your local department or apply for benefits.

  • Benefit Finder

    Official benefits website of the U.S. Government.

  • disAbility Law Center of Virginia

    A non-profit agency serving people with disabilities for a range of discrimination and advocacy issues.

  • Commonwealth Community Trust (CCT)

    A national nonprofit organization that administers pooled special needs trusts (SNT) for people with disabilities.

  • ABLEnow

    ABLEnow accounts help individuals with disabilities save money to pay for qualified expenses, without being taxed on the earnings – and in most cases, without losing eligibility for certain means-tested benefit programs.

  • The Our Lives: Safe and Strong Program Toolkit

    Consists of a full detailing of a comprehensive programmatic approach to help individuals who experience a disability live their day-to-day lives as safely and as securely as they can. 

  • The I-CAN! Accessibility Project e-learning modules

    These modules are designed to help domestic violence and sexual assault service providers enhance their services for people with disabilities. The modules are free and CEU credits are available for those who complete all 5 modules.

  • Virginia Easy Access

    The Virginia Easy Access website connects older adults, adults with disabilities, veterans, and families to information about a wide range of public programs and supports in a way that is accessible and easy to navigate.