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Brain injuries can have a significant impact on a person's ability to function independently, maintain stable housing and employment. People who have suffered a brain injury may experience difficulty with memory, attention, decision-making, and impulse control, which can make it difficult for them to maintain a job and pay for housing. They may also experience physical and cognitive impairments that make it difficult for them to take care of themselves, leading to a greater risk of becoming homeless.

Additionally, people with brain injury may have increased rates of mental health conditions such as depression and post-traumatic stress disorder, which can make it more difficult to cope with the challenges of daily living. This can lead to a greater risk of involvement in the criminal justice system, either as a result of committing crimes or being perceived as a danger to themselves or others.

There are programs and services available that can help individuals with brain injuries maintain stable housing and employment and reduce the risk of involvement in the criminal justice system, but access to these resources are limited.

ABI Resources Connecticut home based supported living and community care.

ABI Resources works with multiple organizations, including DSS, DMHAS, WWP, CCC, CCCI, SWCAA, WCAAA, Allied, Yale, UConn, Gaylord, HFSC, and more to provide the best care for individuals.

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