VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY

NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER
FOR TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation Psychology Division Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

Government Resources

Where to Turn: Your guide to Federal Disability Policies & Programs
Supported by the US Department of Health and Human Services Administration and the Brain Injury Association of America, this comprehensive guide offers basic information about a number of federal assistance programs. A number of disability-related concerns are addressed including: vocational, housing, and transportation. Pages are available in text as well as PDF versions.

Government Information Locator Service (GILS)
Search data base for on-line federal agencies

Social Security Online
Index includes: Legislation; Local Office Information; Policy Forum ; Public Information Resources; Rulings; Research and Statistics

National Institute of Mental Health

US Department of Justice

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1. Robertb Bennett wrote:
I was hurt very badly at an early age, 33 and was a was a teacher university and in public education. I tried all kinds of things but my injuries were so bad I never got far. After turning 65 I go SS now $1040 a month. With other issues it is impossible for me to live wel and stay healthy. Is there other things to supplement SS since I couldn't work and add to my SS. I still have sever PTSD and TMBI.

Sun, November 9, 2014 @ 4:44 PM

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