The following organizations provide services to individuals living with a brain injury and/or devote attention and resources to studying the intersections between Traumatic Brain Injury and Domestic Violence. This list is not inclusive by any means, and it is expected to continue to grow over time. If you can suggest an organization that is not currently included here, please feel free to contact the NRCDV's Technical Assistance Team at 800-537-2238, TTY: 800-553-2508, nrcdvTA@nrcdv.org, or via our online TA form.
The Brain Injury Association of America
Founded in 1980, the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) is the leading national organization serving and representing individuals, families and professionals who are touched by a life-altering, often devastating, traumatic brain injury (TBI). You may access TBI state specific organizations through this website.
National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence: PTSD and TBI
The National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence (NCDSV) designs, provides, and customizes training and consultation, influences policy, promotes collaboration and enhances diversity with the goal of ending domestic and sexual violence.
New York State Coalition Against Domestic Violence
The New York State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (Coalition) is a not-for-profit membership organization whose mission is to eradicate domestic violence and to ensure the provision of effective and appropriate services to victims of domestic violence through community outreach, education, training, technical assistance and policy development. The Coalition's principles and practices prioritize the safety and concerns of women who are abused, provide support and encouragement for the participation of women who are abused in the struggle to eradicate personal and institutional violence against them, and provide for a non-competitive atmosphere that fosters open communication, respect, and cooperation among advocates and women who are abused.
Brain Injury Association of New York State
The Brain Injury Association of New York State provides support services to brain injury survivors and their families, programs for those injured before age 22 and for school-age children with brain injury, an array of resources and publications, support groups, among other services.