Educating and supporting Tennessee brain injury survivors, families, and caregivers.
Uniting communities to maximize the quality of life of those affected by brain injury.
To meet our mission and head toward our vision, the Brain Injury Association of Tennessee has set goals for the immediate future, as follows:
The goal of the Chattanooga Area Brain Injury Association is to improve the quality of life for persons with a brain injury and their families. The service coordinator will assist families, professionals, and educators with “filling in the gaps.”
To reduce the occurrence of, and empower those affected by, brain injures.
Intensive Case Management, Counseling Services, Psychiatric Services, and Initial Admission Assessments.
CHILD & TEEN SERVICES
We know that a child or adolescent who is struggling with emotional/behavioral issues can create stress within the entire family. That’s why Mental Health Cooperative’s approach works, because we not only focus on your child’s unique needs but also on the needs of your family. We assist you in finding real solutions that work. Our goal is your goal — seeing your child happy and successful in school, family and social situations.
Mental Health Cooperative has outstanding programs for:
Does Your Child Like to Play Minecraft? Join Minecraft Club, Saturdays in Hixson.
They think they’re playing. We know they’re learning social skills. Sshh, don’t tell!
“Camp Koinonia is an outdoor education program for children ages 7-21 who have multiple disabilities. The program was developed in 1977 at Virginia Tech as part of a class with the primary purpose of providing a meaningful, experiential learning opportunity for university students while involving children and young adults, some with severe disabilities, in outdoor activities that they would not be able to do otherwise.