March 26, 2019

Resources, Advocacy and Funding for People with Traumatic Brain Injury and their Families


Working your way through the maze of advocacy, resources and funding for acquired brain injury can be a confusing and time-consuming process. This resource sheet was developed to assist you, by putting all of the information, by state and category, in one place. Feel free to print this information and keep it with your important papers–this information may help you today and you may need it in the future!

Resources for Support:

Brain Injury Association of Ohio
P.O. Box 21325
Columbus, OH 43221
(800) 444-6443 (Toll-free)
(614) 481-7100 (Local)
(614) 481-7103 (Fax)
Web site:
President: Phil Cole
Board President: Stephanie Ramsey

Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation
400 East Campus View Blvd.
Columbus, OH  43235
Phone: (614) 438-1251
Contact: Susan E. Pugh, Director

Rehabilitation Program Specialist
Traumatic Brain Injury Programs
Ohio Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation
400 E. Campus View Blvd., SW3B
Columbus, OH  43235
Phone: (614) 438-1330
Contact: Zera E. Hoosier, MS, CRC

Resources for Advocacy:

Disability Rights Ohio
50 W. Broad Street, Suite 1400
Columbus, Ohio 43215-5923
Phone: 614-466-7264 or 1-800-282-9181 (Toll free in Ohio only)
TTY: 614-728-2553 or 1-800-858-3542 (Toll free in Ohio only)
Fax: 614-644-1888

Resources for Funding:

Ohio Rehab Services Commission
400 E. Campus View Blvd.
Columbus, OH 43235-4604
(614) 438-1200
(800) 282-4536 (in Ohio)

Ohio Dept of Mental Health
30 E. Broad St.
8th Flr.
Columbus, OH 43266-0414
(614) 466-2337