About » Funding Sources
For the first 10 years the Association was self-sustained through the generosity of donations and bingo revenues as well as Nevada tickets.
In 1995 the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care began to support the Brain Injury Association through funds for community outreach to individuals with acquired brain injury (ABI/TBI).
Since 2008 the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care through the Central East Local Health Integration Network (CE LHIN) has allocated additional funds to support the expansion to include day service in Peterborough and to enhance community supports with client service coordination.
In 2010, the CE LHIN allocated one-time funding for the relocation of the Association from a basement location to an accessible and barrier free location.
In 2014, the CE LHIN approved the transfer of the Acquired Brain Injury Adult Day Service Program in the City of Kawartha Lakes (Lindsay) from the Victorian Order of Nurses (VON) to Brain Injury Association Peterborough Region, effective August 1, 2014. The existing clients now have access to strengthened expertise in delivering this type of specialized program.
Ontario Brain Injury Association - Peer Mentoring & Dual Memberships
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