The Alaska Brain Injury Network (ABIN) mission is to educate, plan, coordinate, and advocate for a comprehensive service delivery system for TBI survivors and their families. Our vision encompasses working to prevent traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and promote wellness for Alaskans with all brain injuries.
Please take a moment to participate in our brief survey to help serve you better. NEW TBI STATISTICS 2020
AN UPDATE ON ABIN OPERATIONS as of 11/12/2020
Due to the Governor’s recent announcement about increasing COVID-19 cases our office will remain closed to the public. We will not be making any in person appointments in the foreseeable future.
We would ask that you call or email for any assistance. TABI mini-grant applications are available for pick up at our front door or at this link http://dhss.alaska.gov/dsds/Pages/tabi/default.aspx
We are asking that if you have to send anything grant related, please use the contact form on the website or [email protected]
Our number is 907-274-2824. If you have to leave message, rest assured that we will do our best to return it ASAP. These are unusual times we are all experiencing so please allow us some time to respond.
Here is a link to the Governor’s announcement.
Thank you and stay well.
Alaska Brain Injury Network
FOR THOSE NEEDING SUPPORT DURING THIS TIME
The peer led Brain Injury Support group (B.R.A.G) that means every other Wednesday at our office is going through some restructuring and will be postponing meetings till further notice. In the meantime, should you want to share your experiences with others, Access Alaska holds a regular group.