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We want to prepare you to speak with your local candidate about brain injury and its overlap with mental health, addiction, homelessness, criminality and more. The candidates have many issues they want to address in their campaign; unfortunately, brain injury isn’t getting the attention it deserves.
Brain injury is more than healthcare. And it is also more than the responsibility of one level of government. All levels have an important part in resolving the challenges in our communities, including that of brain injury, mental health, and addictions.
The prevalence and incidence of Brain Injury surpasses that of Spinal Cord Injury, Breast Cancer, Multiple Sclerosis & HIV/AIDS combined. It’s time to provide adequate funding.