INDIVIDUAL ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP: $200
This membership is for individuals employed with a business or organization (except for State or Territorial governments) with an interest in prevention, public policy, treatment, rehabilitation, community-integration and service coordination within the field of head injury including administrators and program staff of national and community-based non-profit organizations, medical and rehabilitation providers, researchers and business owners with state and federal contracts.
SUPPORTING ORGANIZATION MEMBERSHIP
FOR PROFIT: $1,500; NON PROFIT $1,000
This membership is for organizations, non-State agencies, or corporations with an interest in prevention, public policy, treatment, rehabilitation, community-integration and service coordination with the field of head injury. Each organization membership includes three (3) Individual Associate Memberships as well as marketing exposures on the NASHIA website, an annual feature in a NASHIA newsletter, and the first opportunity to be a sponsor at the annual conference. Those organizations interested may be non-profit head injury organizations, rehabilitation hospitals, residential service providers, therapeutic service providers, universities and supply companies (assistive technology, durable medical equipment, etc.).
STUDENT MEMBERSHIP: $50
This membership is for individuals who are currently enrolled in a high school or post-secondary institution (transcript verification required). Students with an interest in head injury will benefit from networking with leaders in the field and learning more about becoming a future leader.
BENEFACTOR MEMBERSHIP: $2,000
This membership is for a person or organization/business/association with interest in prevention, public policy, treatment, rehabilitation, community-integration and service-coordination within the field of head injury that recognizes the value of NASHIA’s efforts and contributes $2,000 or more. Benefactor’s generosity will strengthen NASHIA’s mission to assist States in promoting partnerships and building systems to meet the needs of individuals with head injury and their families.