The Vancouver Brain Injury Association’s Mission is to fill a devastating void for Vancouver and North Shore brain injury survivors by creating new programs and to connect brain injury survivors, their families, and caregivers to available resources.
The Fraser Valley Brain Injury Association is a charitable organization that has been offering support and services to people with acquired brain injuries and their families since 1997. The FVBIA provides a variety of programs throughout the Fraser Valley from Langley to Boston Bar.
BrainLine provides information on brain injury prevention, treatment and lifelong management for people with Traumatic Brain Injury and their families and friends.
Brainstreams is the official website of The BC Brain Injury Association (BCBIA). It is a non-profit provincial organization providing an online list of over 300 brain injury resources to help people in BC access the supports they need.
BrainTrust Canada is a non-profit association that provides individual community support and rehabilitation to persons with brain injury in the Okanagan.
The Northern Brain Injury Association was founded in 2002 in response to the lack of services that were available for Northern British Columbia survivors of brain injury, and their families. The NBIA was incorporated as a society in 2007, and became a registered charity in 2009. The NBIA focuses on prevention, education and support.
The Nanaimo Brain Injury Society provides assistance to individuals with acquired brain injuries, their families and/or caregivers through education, advocacy, and community support.
The CDC – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – provides information, resources, data and statistics and educational materials for Traumatic Brain Injury survivors and healthcare providers.