Help, Hope and Healing


We help you understand what a brain injury is, what you or someone you know is going through, and how to help prevent brain injuries.

What is Brain Injury?

Brain injuries are complex and come with many unanticipated consequences. They can range from mild injuries that only require some rest and monitoring, to serious injuries that can result in permanent disability or death.

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In Michigan, 58,500 will sustain a traumatic brain injury (TBI) every year.

Every brain injury is different and just a fraction of an inch can make such a difference in your outcome. The kind of support, resources, and activities that BIAMI provides make a world of difference for survivors like me.

Kathy M.,

Brain Injury Survivor

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News & Stories

Auto No-Fault Alert

CPAN Executive Committee Expels MHA

The Online Auction is Now Open for a Limited Time Only!

Brain Injury Association Hires Director of Development and Marketing

Scott Dingwall Passes Away

Urgent Action Needed: No Repeal Without Replacement

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

Capitol Day, Annual Meeting, and Spring Fling

No-Fault: Fix It, Don’t Nix It

Legislative Update: BIAMI & CABT Partners Win 1st Round in Defeating Heavy Truck Legislation

A Response to the Recent CTE Study

“STATE CHAMPS!” Highlights Concussions

Amy Fedel Memorial Benefit Concert

Keep Up the Letter Writing

BIAMI Strategic Planning Meetings

UPDATED: BIAMI Strategic Planning, New Meeting Added

Pam Hallman to Meet with the U.S. Congressional Brain Injury Task Force

Urge Your Legislator to Vote No on HB 5013

Hope Network
Dignitas
Eisenhower Center
Special Tree
Community Connections
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Lightouse Neurological Rehabilitation Center