The North Dakota Brain Injury Network(NDBIN) is a statewide program that advocates for people following a brain injury. Resource facilitators for the NDBIN help people with brain injuries, their families and providers find answers to questions, Individuals receive ongoing support and gain access services. The NDBIN program office is located at the Center for Rural Health at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Services in Grand Forks, ND. NDBIN also has satellite offices in both Bismarck and Towner, ND.
Support is provided in a variety of forms:
Problem solving and emotional support
Brain injury-specific information and resources
Help identifying and accessing appropriate benefits and programs
Facilitate the collaboration among various services and programs
Outreach, education, and training,
Referrals to pre-employment training and on-the-job supports
Referrals to local support groups and programs
Providing social and recreational opportunities.
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