AUDIO | Homelessness and poverty are significant social problems across Canada and the United States and there is growing evidence suggesting that Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is one of the complex issues leading an individual to homelessness. It’s also becoming apparent that the provision of permanent supportive housing may be necessary to end homelessness among individuals with significant impairments due to Traumatic Brain Injury. People First Radio spoke with Mark Busby, a former executive director at the Nanaimo Brain Injury Society, who has extensive experience in the field. Mark published two articles about the relationships among TBI, homelessness, and other related issues. You can find them on LinkedIn.