The Brain Injury Association of Washington promotes brain injury prevention and provides resources for brain injury survivors and their families, in-person resource management, social outings/events, and community trainings. The organization's mission is to increase public awareness and support for anyone affected by brain injury through education, assistance, and advocacy.
Providence Rehabilitation Medicine in Olympia, WA serves the Southwest Washington area. Therapists skilled in physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech/language pathology, and audiologypinpoint problem areas and work quickly to resolve them. On average, patients need only six to eight treatments.
St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute serves patients throughout the Inland Northwest, including patients in central and eastern Washington, northern Idaho, and western Montana. St Luke’s offers inpatient and outpatient programs for children and adults, and provides rehabilitation for brain injuries, as well as other conditions. Brain injury rehabilitation services are available (for patients of all ages) seven days a week. Nursing for patients with a brain injury is provided 24 hours each day, seven days a week.
The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Valley Cities provides confidential, high-quality behavioral healthcare services and local resource connection at low to no-cost and without long wait times to post-9/11 veterans (including National Guard and Reserves), their families, and the families of active duty service members including spouse or partner, children, parents, siblings, caregivers, and others. Services are available regardless of discharge status, role while in uniform, combat experience, ability to pay or insurance. *Telehealth available
The Traumatic Brain Injury Model System (TBIMS), headquartered at the University of Washington's Department of Rehabilitation Medicine and Harborview Medical Center, is one of 16 such centers funded by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR).