Getting Help

PRIDE is a choice program.  That means that those we serve are here because they or their guardians believe that PRIDE offers the best choice for home and community based care to help them recover and reintegrate into their communities.  The realities of a TBI can leave those that suffer and their loved ones particularly vulnerable to those soliciting business, encouraging lawsuits, or offering silver bullet solutions.  As such, PRIDE does not solicit clients or their guardians.  We believe that our success, and more importantly, the success of those who suffer from a traumatic brain injury depends on finding the best route to recovery.  

The resources below are the best places to learn about options and begin to plan a successful recovery and reintegration strategy.  We are happy to answer any questions, help you find information, and most importantly, connect you with the right people as you start to regain your life after suffering a traumatic brain injury.  If after careful consideration and diligence you believe that PRIDE offers the best option for you or a loved one, please contact  us HERE.

Resources in Vermont

Brain Injury Association of Vermont
8 Mountain Street Bristol, VT 05443
(802)453-6456 Phone & Fax
Web site:
President: Bob Luce
Exec Director: Jim Vyhnak

Vermont Protection & Advocacy
141 Main St. #7
Montpelier, VT 05602
(802) 229-1355
(800) 834-7890
Contact person: Judy Rex, Director

Department of Disabilities, AGing and Independent Living
Division of Disability and Aging Services
103 South Main St.
Weeks Building
Waterbury, VT 05671
(802) 241-1456

Department of Developmental & Mental Health Services
Agency of Human Svcs
103 South Main St
Weeks Bldg.
Waterbury, VT 05671-1601
(802) 241-2610