Brain Injury Agencies

Brain Injury Agencies

Brain Injury Alliance of New Mexico
3150 Carlisle Blvd NE, Ste. 208
Albuquerque, NM 87110
Phone:  505-292-7414

The Brain Injury Alliance of New Mexico (BIANM), a nonprofit 501c3 organization, has been the go-to resource in NM for supporting people and their families living with brain injury, concussion, and stroke for over 30 years.

Volunteers, brain injury specialists and board members provide direct support and helpful information. We offer training to companies, organizations and schools across the state on causes and prevention of brain injury and understanding the needs of those living with a brain injury.

BIANM was instrumental in founding the Brain Injury Advisory Council and in providing grass-roots support to ensure the passage of the New Mexico Traumatic Brain Injury Trust Fund and long-term services to people living with brain injury. The New Mexico Human Services Department has contracted with the Brain Injury Alliance of New Mexico to operate the New Mexico Brain Injury Resource Center.

Events include our annual Brain Injury Awareness Conference held each fall. This event is free of charge to people living with brain injury and their family members and care providers as well as to health care providers, agency staff, and other interested community members. We also sponsor a fundraising Brain Injury Awareness Golf Tournament annually as well as an Annual Meeting open to all.

We provide free virtual support groups help people thrive on their rehabilitation journey. We also provide a free, monthly, virtual resource group at which attendees ask for and share resources for living with brain injury. A brain injury shouldn’t result in isolation, depression, failure, and loss of hope. BIANM, through volunteers and staff is here to offer support and resources to maximize recovery and help people living with brain injury and their families thrive.

One-half or more of the members of our board of directors are persons living with brain injury, so we know brain injury personally, as an agency, and professionally, as multiple board members are in careers dedicated to helping New Mexicans with brain injury and their family members to thrive in their communities.

NeuRoadsTM New Mexico Neuro Rehabilitation
11300 Lomas BLVD NE
Albuquerque, NM 87112
Phone:  Michael Langford 505-235-7478

NeuRoads™ NM Provides Comprehensive Community Based, Cognitive Functional Rehabilitation. The impact of a brain injury is as unique to each person as the level, type and duration of care should be.  NeuRoads™ NM’s person centered, community-based program provides a full continuum of care including residential rehabilitation, long-term, in-home services, community inclusion and day treatment services in New Mexico. Our model provides options based on the needs of the individual and welcomes the family into the rehabilitation process.

United States Brain Injury Alliance
Telephone:  703-960-6500
Email Colleen LoGrande, Administrative Manager:
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The mission of the United States Brain Injury Alliance is to engage the community in preventing brain injury and improving lives. As part of its mission the United States Brain Injury Alliance (USBIA) encourages federal and state legislation and policy that supports the expressed needs of individuals with brain injury and their families.  The Brain Injury Alliance of New Mexico is the non-profit  Associate Chartered State Affiliate of the United States Brain Injury Alliance. You may become an advocate member of the USBIA.  Membership is free for advocate members.

Feel free to browse, attend events, and sign up for the newsletters of State Affiliates of the USBIA, too.

Chartered State Affiliates of the United States Brain Injury Alliance in the Southwest.

Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado
Brain Injury Alliance of Oklahoma Brain Injury Alliance of Utah

BrainLine, WETA Public Television
3939 Campbell Ave.
Arlington, VA 22206
Phone:  703-998-2020

All about Brain Injury and PTSD:  This is a marvelous organization with many resources on their website. They have sections for people living with brain injury (PLWBI), caregivers, professionals, military and Veterans, and families of children with TBI. Find inspirational stories told by PLWBI (click on that link) who have overcome challenges of grief, loss, and cognitive skills and created fulfilling lives. BrainLine is a national service of WETA-TV, the flagship PBS station in Washington, D.C.

Brain Injury Association of America
National Brain Injury Information Center
Toll-free Telephone:  800-444-6443

The mission of the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) is to be the voice of brain injury, and to offer help, hope, and healing to all those affected by brain injury. BIAA offers a toll-free National Brain Injury Information Center. Callers can talk with a brain injury specialist, and receive information about brain injury and local resources available.