The Compassionate Justice Fund – Applications are now being accepted

 

The Compassionate Justice Fund – Applications are now being accepted

The Compassionate Justice Fund for survivors of traumatic brain injury (TBI) among vulnerable populations is now accepting applications for the funding cycle June – December 2021.

The Compassionate Justice Fund aims to bridge the gap in funding for rehabilitation services for people with traumatic brain injury, specifically the marginalized and vulnerable. Financial support can range from $500-$1000 to pay for therapies or services. These include ‘traditional therapies’ (e.g., occupational therapy, psychological counselling) or other therapies (e.g., music therapy, neurofeedback).

Who is eligible?

  • Resident of Ontario
  • Age 16 or older
  • Have sustained a traumatic brain injury (including concussion) through means of violence, abuse, who are experiencing unstable housing, and/or have intersected with the mental health or criminal justice system, and do NOT have access to other funding for services.
  • Does not need to be a recent injury and you do not need a formal diagnosis of TBI from a doctor to be eligible for the fund.

Who is not eligible?
Funding will NOT be provided for persons with reasonable financial stability or access to rehabilitation and/or support services.

To apply for the fund or to find out more information, visit the Compassionate Justice Fund website or email [email protected]

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The Compassionate Justice Fund for survivors of traumatic brain injury (TBI) among vulnerable populations is now accepting applications for the funding cycle June – December 2021.

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