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From the Brain Injury Association of Florida's (BIAF) Web site, here is a listing of Brain Injury Support groups in Florida organized by county:

Traumatic Brain Injury Support Groups

The following groups function independently of BIAF and differ in each community, depending on the needs and desires of attendees. For a more extensive list with contacts, please visit the BIAF list site.

Alachua 352-265-5494 Gainesville
Bay 850-271-9480 Panama City
Bay 850-769-7779 Panama City
Brevard 321- 268-5103 Rockledge
Broward 954-987-2020 x4725 Hollywood
Broward 954-776-5010 Pompano
Collier 239-436-6888 Naples V
Dade 305-259-6433 l
Duval 1-866-529-2474 -Toll-free Jacksonville
Escambia 850-494-6100 Pensacola
Hillsborough 813-715-9155 Tampa
Hillsborough 813-657-9712 Tampa
Hillsborough 813-844-7759- days Tampa
Hillsborough 813-972-2000x6663 Tampa
Lake 352-343-8008 Leesburg
Lee 239-277-1447 Fort Myers
Lee 239-403-8883 Fort Myers
Lee 239-369-2601 LeHigh Acres
Leon 850-421-3890 Tallahassee Teddy McOuat, RN
Miami-Dade 786-596-6578 Miami
Okaloosa 850-244-1310 Ft. Walton Beach
Orange 407-414-7935 Orlando Orlando
Palm Beach 561-848-7200 West Palm Bch
Pasco (West) 727-375-5395 Hudson
Pinellas 727-588-1861 Largo
Pinellas 727-322-6123 St. Petersburg
Pinellas 727-322-6123 St. Petersburg
Polk 863-292-4070
Sarasota 941-351-9545 Sarasota
St. Lucie 772-337-0077 or cell 772-342-1167
Sumter 352-793-7841 Sumterville
Volusia 386-677-7559 or cell 386-299-8633
Volusia 386-532-9670 Deland

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Thank you, Jennifer. Would love to hear more about the home and the services it will provide. First question -- 3000 sq ft seems like a lot of space for just three women. I know there must be a reason for this. Would you be willing to share that information?

Thanks again!
 
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