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Brain Injury Association National Helpline
http://www.biausa.org
1-800-444-6443
Wants to improve the quality of life for their family members who had sustained brain injuries.
The Brain Injury information Network
http://www.tbinet.org
Devoted to helping people find information on ABI/TBI and we provided a little of our own, as well as about 30 support mailing lists covering Brain Injury, Stroke, Coma, Downs Syndrome, etc.
Center for NeuroSkills
http://www.neuroskills.com
Traumatic Brain Injury Resource Guide
Purpose is to reduce disabilities, maximize independence, and achieve the maximum possible quality of life for clients who have suffered brain injury within the client's existing financial constraints.
Dana Alliance for Brain Injury Initiatives
http://www.dana.org
Provides information about the programs, activities, and publications, as well the latest news about the brain.  A non-profit organization of more than 200 pre-eminent neuroscientists, including 10 Nobel laureates, dedicated to advancing education about the brain.
*Listen to their online radio series,
"Gray Matters," at http://www.dana.org/books/radiotv/
The HY Feinstein Clubhouse
http://lihia.org/CLUB.HTM
Non-profit organization whose primary mission is to provide a place for people with head injuries to participate in meaningful work; to have the opportunity to meet and build friendships; and ulimately seek employment within the community.
Head Way - The Brain Injury Association
http://www.headway.org.uk
Promotes understanding of all aspects of brain injury; and provides information, support and services to people with a brain injury, their family and careers.
The Long Island Head Injury Association
http://www.lihia.org
Not-for-profit organization committed to ensuring that survivors of head injury maximize their potential for recovery and are able to lead productive and personally meaningful lives while becoming as independent as possible.
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
http://www.ninds.nih.gov
Strives to be the first place the public turns to for authoritative neuroscience research information and lead the neuroscience community in shaping the future of research and its relationship to brain diseases.