Betty Clooney Center - Serving Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury Since 1983
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Soldiers and Traumatic Brain Injury TBI

Called the “Signature Wound” of the war, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) caused by explosions has become one of the most common combat wounds suffered in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Thirty percent of soldiers taken to Walter Reed Army Medical Center since 2003 suffered traumatic brain injuries, according to the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center.

To the left are links for Veterans on how to receive help and continuing medical care after discharge. A very important link is the following: National Resource Directory: VA Programs & Services You Should Know About

NationalResourceDirectory.gov

If you have any questions that are not answered here, please call us at 562-938-9005 and one of our case managers can help you.


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