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Pam Hallman to Meet with the U.S. Congressional Brain Injury Task Force13-Oct-2017

On October 25, our own Pam Hallman has been chosen to represent domestic violence and brain injury survivors across the country in front of the U.S. Congressional Brain Injury Task Force at a brie.. Read More...

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BIA HOME : Brain Injury Awareness Month

Brain Injury Awareness Month

No brain injury is too mild to ignore, nor too severe to lose hope. Anyone. Anytime. Anywhere. If you or someoneis coping with the effects of brain injury, remember... You are not alone.

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. Throughout this month, BIAMI has various activities, events, initiatives, and special programming across the state. BIAMI is actively working to help de-stigmatize brain injury, empower those who have survived, and promote the breadth and depth of support and rehabilitative care that is available in Michigan. The Not Alone campaign also educates the general public about the incidence of brain injury and the needs of people with brain injuries and their families.

For more information on brain injuries, visit our Brain Injury Facts page.

Brain Injury Awareness Month 2017

For more information on what is going on throughout the month, view our Event Calendar.

Follow BIAMI on social media so you can share our posts during Brain Injury Awareness Month and throughout the year. You can also show us how you're sharing the message that we are #NotAloneinBrainInjury.