Do You Qualify for Assistance?

There are several criteria used in determining if an individual qualifies for a BSITF grant distribution, including:

  • Legal Resident of Georgia
  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) or traumatic Spinal Cord Injury (SCI)
  • You Have Exhausted All Other Sources of Funding

Learn more about these qualification criteria and find other possible sources of funds such as Medicaid, Medicare, and Supplemental Security Income.

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Central Registry

The Central Registry is a report of Georgians who have suffered traumatic brain or spinal cord injury in a given year.
If you were not treated by a hospital, or were injured prior to 2004, you may not be included in the Central Registry.
We want to hear from you! Please complete this 5 minute survey.

Support Injured Georgians

Your donation to the Trust Fund will help us fund additional grants to eligible Georgians across our state. There are many reasons to support the Trust Fund and anyone can make a tax-deductible donation.



The Guide to Getting and Using Your Health Records

April 4, 2018

The Guide to Getting & Using Your Health Records is for patients, parents, and caregivers who want to get their health records. A health record (also known as a medical record) is a written account of a person’s health history, including appointment notes, prescriptions, treatments, tests, and vaccines. It’s also for people who need the record of someone they represent or care for, like a child, elderly parent, or an adult with a disability.

Kelly Brush Foundation's Grants for Adaptive Sports Equipment

February 23, 2018

The Kelly Brush Foundation is dedicated to making active lifestyles a reality for anyone with a spinal cord injury. Life is better active!

Through the Active Fund, we provide grants for individuals with paralysis caused by spinal cord injury to purchase adaptive sports equipment. We believe in the power of sport and recreation to foster inclusion and overcome the barriers of paralysis. We have helped over 600 people from 47 states purchase handcycles, monoskis, sport chairs, racing chairs, hockey sleds, and much more. The deadline for Spring 2018 applications is March 18th.

How We Help

Georgians with traumatic brain and spinal injuries deserve lives of independence and inclusion, lives rich with vision and possibilities.

The Trust Fund makes grants in many categories of assistance such as:

  • Transportation
  • Assistive technology
  • Medical and rehabilitative care
  • Home modifications
  • Personal support services
  • Durable medical equipment

Events Schedule

Annual Report

My Trust Fund grant enabled therapy that trained my brain to find new pathways, to think in new ways, so I could get on with my life! 

--Molly Welch, Trust Fund Grant Recipient

Read Molly's story and more in the 2017 Annual Report (PDF, 6.57 MB).