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The TBI Network is a substance abuse treatment program for individuals who have sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI). The program is ODADAS and CARF certified and is a contract agency with the Franklin County ADAMH Board. Persons with TBI who have substance use problems have special needs for recovery services. Frequently their substance use problem interferes with their ability to find and keep a job. Traditional treatment modalities are often ineffective, leaving both client and counselor frustrated. The TBI Network attempts to bridge this gap and make services more beneficial for clients.

The TBI Network consists of an interdisciplinary staff with expertise in TBI, substance treatment, and vocational rehabilitation. Services provided are designed to support and enhance existing services in the community. The primary method of intervention is resource and service coordination.

The TBI Network is affiliated with Ohio Valley Center for Brain Injury Prevention and Rehabiliation in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Wexner Medical Center at The Ohio State University. The TBI Network is located in the Martha Morehouse Medical Plaza Pavilion.

TBI Network had the highest consumer satisfaction ratings among Franklin County ADAMH Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) providers in 2012 (view full report).

aggregate consumer satisfaction ratings among Franklin County ADAMH Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) providers