Many services are available throughout the San Francisco Bay Area to patients and families who have suffered a traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury. See the links below for a full listing of all of the services and resources available.
Neurotrauma Outreach Program Resource Manual
The NTOP Resource Manual was created by the social workers at the Trauma Recovery Center to assist the survivors of traumatic brain injury and their family members access the resources within the city and county of San Francisco.
Traumatic Brain Injury Resource Directory
The TBIRD was created by the Rehabilitation Research Center at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center. It contains information for survivors of brain injury from all over the Bay Area.
Additional resource information provided through a joint effort between the University of California, San Francisco and the San Francisco Department of Public Health staff for survivors of violence can be found at the links below:
University of California, San Francisco Community Partnership Resources
If you have lost a loved one due to a homicide, you will find useful information in the manual below:
Grief Support and Recovery after Homicide
If you were a survivor of a violent act, you will find useful information contained within the manual below: