Organizational Overview

The Brain Injury Association of Missouri (BIA-MO), founded in 1982, is a community based nonprofit organization committed to serving individuals living with brain injury, supporting their families and caregivers, and educating the public about the prevention of brain injury.

Our goal is to help create better futures for survivors of brain injury.  Through education, social activities, support and advocacy, our programs help survivors of brain injury meet new challenges, develop independence and rebuild their self-confidence as they build a new life.

Our programs have been developed to respond to needs of survivors of brain injury and their families and to educate professionals and the general public.  Programs include: Information and Referral Services, Support Groups, Survivor and Family Seminars, Professional Conferences, Social and Recreational Programs, and more.  Hundreds of volunteers throughout the State of Missouri provide services and programs on behalf of the Brain Injury Association of Missouri.

Organization Funding 

BIA-MO is funded through personal and professional memberships, as well as special events such as Bowling for Brain Injury and Giving Tuesday.