Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona


We’re Moving Forward

Social group for individuals with brain injuries and their families.


Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association


Adult Care Connection

Specialists in dementia, stroke, Parkinson’s and neurological care facility placement.


Arizona Center for Disability Law

Provide legal assistance to individuals with disabilities who have experienced discrimination or have had difficulty accessing services within the areas of education, vocational rehabilitation, employment, and Medicaid (AHCCCS-ALTCS) services.


Area Agency on Aging

Non-profit agency advocates, plans, coordinates, develops, and delivers services for seniors(60 years and older), adults (18-59) with disabilities and long-term care needs, family caregivers, and persons of any age who are HIV positive. Senior Adult Independent Living services program(SAIL); Medicare information. Ombudsman Services – staff investigates complaints about long term care facilities and nursing homes.


East Valley Brain Injury Support Group

Coping with brain injury is often a monumental challenge for survivors and their families. Ongoing support and encouragement in a safe space can lessen the burdens associated with tremendous life changes following the experience of a brain injury.

Annette Zaccari founded the East Valley Brain Injury Support Group as a way for survivors and their families to come together to share experiences and offer support and encouragement. The Survivor Group and the Family Group meet separately with each exploring and navigating through the maze of brain injury. Annette has facilitated brain injury support groups for survivors and their families since 1991. The East Valley Group meets the second Wednesday of every month from 4:00 to 5:30 PM. Location: The Church of the Resurrection has graciously donated two rooms for the East Valley Group, 3201 South Evergreen Road, Tempe, AZ 85282. Rooms 2 and 3.