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The mission of Brain Injury Services of SWVA is to create and sustain an organization that helps brain injury survivors and their families in Southwest Virginia. Our goal is to make a positive, measurable difference in survivors’ abilities to fulfill their service potential and optimize their reintegration into their families and communities.
 

Case Manager Rachel Downing with client James Osby

Bike helmet safety class at Preston Park Recreation Center

Community Support Services

CLiC Program Participant

BIS SWVA Values

Mission
Our passion is to create and sustain an organization that helps brain injury survivors and their families in Southwest Virginia. Our goal is to make a positive, measurable difference in survivors' abilities to fulfill their service potential and optimize their reintegration into their families and communities.

Core Values
Respect
We respect the individuals we serve, ourselves, and our community, believing that people have a right to control their own lives and make their own choices.

Partnership
We believe in bringing together diverse resources in order to maximize the opportunities available to individuals with acquired brain injuries, their families, and the community.

Integrity
We are committed to being honest, accountable, and professional in our relationships and communications.

Catalyst
We strive to create innovative solutions to the challenges faced by those affected by brain injury.

Cost-Effective
We are committed to providing the most beneficial, effective outcomes at the least cost to the consumer and the community.

Case Manager

Brain Injury Services of SWVA, seeks part time (20hrs/wk) community based Case Manager to serve survivors of acquired brain injury in the Roanoke areas. Day travel required, benefits available. Knowledge and skills include: Community based case management, experience working with community based service teams, rehabilitation principles, strong verbal and written skills, use of Microsoft Office package. Undergraduate degree required in social work, counseling, human development, therapeutic recreation or related field. Experience in brain injury preferred. Send resume to:

BIS logoBrain Injury Services of SWVA
3904-B Franklin Road
Roanoke, VA 24014 or frank@bisswva.org

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“Brain Injury Services of SWVA is funded in part by state general funds appropriated by the Virginia General Assembly and administered by the
Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services”