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How can I locate COVID-19 supports and resources in my state?

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Fully accessible link here. (Updated March 31, 2020)

The coronavirus (COVID-19) situation is moving rapidly, and the information you need to know is continually being updated by a variety of sources. To help you get timely, accurate, and practical information, the Brain Injury Association of America recommends monitoring the Administration for Community Living and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention websites. Moreover, in order to limit exposure to and the spread of COVID-19, it is critical to follow information and instructions published by your state.

To find information relevant to you and your family, visit the “State by State Links” section of the Administration for Community Living page or scroll down to find local information from your State Health Department COVID-19 page.

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