July 28, 2014

Wisconsin

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

Wisconsin

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 Wisconsin
2900 N. 117th St., Ste. 100 Wauvatosa, WI 53222
(414)778-4144 Phone
(800)882-9282 In State
(414)778-0276 Fax
Web site: www.biaw.org
Email: biaw@expec.com
President: Brian McIntyre
Exec Director: Caroline Feller
Director of Operations: Patricia David

Resources for Advocacy:

Wisconsin Coalition for Advocacy
16 North Carroll St
Suite 400
Madison, WI 53703
(608) 267-0214
(800) 928-8778 (WI only)

Brain Injury Waiver Program
Wisconsin Brain Injury Advisory Council
Bureau of Long Term Support
Wisconsin Dept. of Health Services
1 W. Wilson, Room 418
Madison, WI  53703
Phone: (608) 266-9366
Contact: Marcella Brost, Social Services Supervisor
Email: marcella.brost@wisconsin.gov

Resources for Funding:

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Dept of Workforce Development
201 East Washington Ave
Madison, WI 53707-7852
PO Box 7852
(608) 261-0050
(800) 442-3477
Contact person: Thomas E Dixon, Jr., Administrator

Bureau of Community Mental Health
Dept of Health & Family Services
1 West Wilson St., Rm 433
PO Box 7851
Madison, WI 53702
(608) 267-7792