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Mothers Against Brain Injury Inc

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Health, Health Support, Human Service Organizations, Human Services

Mission: To be the leading organization dedicated to providing Hope, Comfort, and Valuable Information to families experiencing a Traumatic Brain Injury with a loved one.

Geographic areas served: Florida

Programs: The organization provided 9 pound reusable totes filled with personal comfort and toiletry items as well as educational and resource information are delivered to any on of florida's 28 designated trauma centers where they are distributed to families who have a loved one that has suffered a traumatic brain injury. During calendar year 2013 the organization provided more than 650 tote bags.

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Rating: 5

Our son suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in a car accident 2/23/2009. During his second night at the hospital, my wife and I were presented with a tote bag filled with various comfort items and two books containing valuable information regarding the brain and what to expect during recovery and rehabilitation. We were also informed that Mothers Against Brain Injury Inc (MABII) was a locally founded and operated organization. As our son's recovery progressed, founder Tracy Porter called me a couple of times to check on his progress and to offer support. We also became Facebook friends and I've been able to keep up with MABII's efforts. Tracy is a person who is driven to assist families of TBI victims/survivors in the early stages of the injury and to provide information to the general public in hopes of reducing the frequency of TBI. She has done all of this during the course of her own son's 6-year recovery from TBI which makes her all the more remarkable. This is an organization whose outreach lets families know that they are not alone when a TBI strikes a loved one.