Traumatic Brain Injury Program

FREED’s Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Program provides for person-centered service coordination with an emphasis on Supported Living Services, Community Reintegration Services, Vocational Supportive Services, Information and Referral, Public and Professional Education, and weekly peer support meetings.

  • Supported Living Services

Supported Living Services means a range of appropriate supervision, support, and training, in the consumer’s place of residence, designed to maximize independence.

  • Community Reintegration Services

Community Reintegration Services means services as needed by participants, designed to develop, maintain, increase, or maximize independent functioning, with the goal of living in the community and participating in community life. These services may include, but are not limited to, providing or arranging for access to housing, transportation, medical care, day programs, rehabilitative therapies, chemical dependency recovery programs, personal assistance and education.

  • Vocational Supportive Services

Vocational Supportive Services means a method of providing vocational rehabilitation and related services that may include prevocational and educational services to individuals who are not served or under served by existing vocational rehabilitation services.

  • Information and Referral

Information and Referral means assistance, as needed, in identifying, accessing, utilizing, and coordinating all services needed by individuals with TBI and their families.

  • Public and Professional Education

Public and Professional Education means services designed to facilitate early identification of persons with brain injury, prompt referral of those persons to appropriate services, and improvement of the system of services available to them.

  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Support Group

Tuesdays, 11:00AM-12:30 at FREED in Grass Valley

Wednesdays, 10:30AM-Noon at FREED in Marysville

Confidential peer support for those living with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

FREED is hosting a friendly, peer-led, peer-support group meeting in a fully accessible space. Philosophic emphasis on Independent Living and voluntary skills-sharing.

  • Other Resources

Please explore this fantastic resource developed by a FREED consumer: http://youruniquebrain.com/