Utah Traumatic Brain Injury Implementation Partnership Grant

The purpose of the grant is to develop statewide capabilities to address family and person-directed resources for individuals with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and their familes.

The goals of the grant are to:

  • Foster improvement in the TBI service delivery system.
  • Assure access to coordinated community services and supports for young children (ages birth-4 years) who have a TBI.
  • Assure access to coordinated community services for service members and veterans of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom who have a TBI. 

The grant is not for primary services but instead is aimed at developing a more informed system of service agencies and professionals ready to help individuals with a TBI and their families.

New Resources

TBI Ombudsman - If you have a TBI and need help or if you have a family member with a TBI, please contact our TBI Ombudsman, Claudette Saville at 801-671-5179 or by email at claudettesaville1@yahoo.com. You may also visit our TBI Ombudsman website at http://biau.org/ombudsman.

An ombudsman is an official who is designated to assist you to overcome the delay, injustice, or impersonal delivery of services. The TBI Ombudsman can help you with concerns or complaints about services, questions about your legal rights, help access appropriate sercices, and answer general questiosn about TBIs.

Statewide Action Plan for Utahns with Traumatic Brain Injury and their Families

Utah Violence and Injury Small Area Report

Share Your Story

utah health story bank

If you or someone you care about has been affected by a traumatic brain injury, we want to hear from you. Share your story with the Utah Health Story Bank.