If you cannot find the information you are looking for or have additional questions, please contact us 

Personal assistance is available through our on-site Resource Facilitation Department.   


Just walk in: Someone is available to show you around and tell you about our programs and services every Tue, Wed, and Thur from 1:00 pm until 5:00 pm

Call us: 262-770-4882

Visit Us: Brain Injury Resource Center of Wisconsin - 511 North Grand Ave - Waukesha, WI 53186-4916


Disclaimer
This directory is meant to provide resources as defined by category. If your listing is missing, contact us..   Inclusion in the database is a privilege not a right, and organizations may be refused to be included.    An organization may request consideration.     Inclusion does not imply endorsement and omission does not indicate disapproval.

How We Collect and display the Information
BIRCofWI makes a serious commitment to maintaining an accurate database. Our most dynamic resource for information is our callers themselves. Since our own Resource Facilitation Specialists are accessing the data every single day and giving information to callers, we often hear about new information or inaccurate records when changes are fresh. We also subscribe to newsletters and newspapers, looking for new or changed information. We also rely on agencies to let us know when they are getting inappropriate referrals or when they have new programs. We send annual printouts to each listing in our database, showing them the details we have about their services and sites.  They can then review their information, and send us back their corrections or verify that their information is still accurate.

Listings are indexed for “primary services” only, and not for “secondary services.”  Primary services are entry-point services; secondary services are services that a consumer receives once they begin to interact with or become a client of the organization.  

Our database is updated  monthly as we learn about changes. Our Resource Librarian continually checks listings and contacts to verify changes to ensure that our data is as accurate and up-to-date as possible. We encourage you to contact us immediately if you see any information in our database that you believe is inaccurate.

The BIRD is a part of the  Resource Facilitation Program of  the Brain Injury Resource Center of Wisconsin. 
Within the BIRD you will find the information you need to access community resources and services for children and adults with brain injuries, their families, and caregivers
 

Brain Injury Resource Directory (BIRD)