The holiday season is upon us, and it's a great time to celebrate being alive. It is a time to celebrate family and friends, and the many blessings in our lives. Of course, if you have suffered a traumatic brain injury, you may be more worried about paying bills than celebrating. Fortunately, Kansas is filled with amazing people and organizations who are willing to lend a hand and help out over the holidays. All you have to do is reach out and ask.
FaithBuilders can provide mentoring, educational support, respite care, parental counseling, food, and baby supplies. The men and women who volunteer their time and resources to the organization can help ease the hunger and provide the moral support you need to move forward and heal. It is our honor to support this organization in their efforts.
The Salvation Army does more than just ring bells and raise funds throughout the holidays. Volunteers behind the scenes in Wichita are busy handing out gifts and making sure mom and dad have food in the pantry for their family. The organization can provide food, utility assistance, baby care items, clothing, medication, and other support.
The YMCA can provide families with free winter clothing, including jackets, gloves, boots, and other gear. They can also connect individuals with area food pantries and clothing drives.
State of Kansas
Utility bills add up quickly, and there's nothing worse than feeling cold while you are trying to recover from a traumatic brain injury. In Kansas, low-income residents can reach out to the Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) for help. This federally funded program will accept applications in early January 2020, so you want to get this on your radar now to see what benefits you qualify to receive.
Brad Pistotnik Law
Brad Pistotnik and Tony Atterbury will be at our law offices on Sunday, December 22nd. We are trading our lawsuits for Santa suits for the day. This will be our 14th annual Toy Giveaway, and we would love for you to come by and celebrate the holidays with our team. Our Wichita office is at 10111 E. 21st Street, Suite 204. While you are here, we can help you find other programs in the area that can help you with everything from food and shelter, to financial support over the holiday season and beyond.
Call in the Bull to speak with a traumatic brain injury lawyer and to learn more about area programs that can aid your recovery process. Our team can help you find resources to help Kansas, Illinois, Nebraska, Missouri, or Texas. You can call us at 1-800-241-BRAD, or call us on our local line at 316-684-4400 to speak with an attorney. You can reach Brad Pistotnik on his cell at 316-706-5020. You can call Tony Atterbury on his cell at 316-617-9237. You can call from Western Kansas at 620-THE-BULL.