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SPPN Fact Sheet

SPPN Fact Sheet - UW Medical Foundation, Patient Resources, Social Work Services Quick Guide, Social Work Manual, Population Specific, Brain Injury, SPPN

Focus

WHAT

A volunteer group of trained individuals desiring to provide support and information through telephone contact to family members whose loved one has sustained a brain injury.

WHO

Volunteer Partner needs to be:

WHERE

The SPPN Program will be available throughout Wisconsin. Support Groups are encouraged to participate.

WHEN

QUESTIONS

Please call the BIAW office and ask for Lori Schultz, SPPN Coordinator: (262) 790-9660 or (800) 882-9282.