The CNI Trust Fund Advisory Board Announces the Award of Seven Community-Based Rehabilitative Services Grantees

The Commonwealth Neurotrauma Initiative (CNI) Trust Fund Advisory Board is pleased to announce that seven organizations received grant funding for developing and providing community-based rehabilitative services for people with traumatic brain injury or traumatic spinal cord injury. Grant recipients are:

In announcing these grant awards, Dr. David Reid, Clinical Psychologist and Chair of the CNI Advisory Board stated, "Though a difficult task indeed to select only a few of the many excellent proposals the Fund received this round, I am thrilled that we have the opportunity to continue to support program development and groundbreaking medical research for our fellow citizens with spinal cord and brain injuries. I am pleased with the continued progress this Fund makes and am honored to play a part in its continued success."

The Trust Fund is legislatively mandated to disburse funds equally to research and community-based rehabilitative service grants. Grant funding is awarded on a rotating basis through a Request For Proposal (RFP) process. Grants are funded for one to three year periods, at a maximum of $150,000 per year. The Department of Rehabilitative Services provides staffing for the CNI Trust Fund Advisory Board and also administers the Trust Fund Grants Program.

For more information on the Commonwealth Neurotrauma Initiative Trust Fund, visit or contact Kristie Chamberlain, CNI Program Specialist at

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