2020 Brain Injury Art Show!

ARTISTS WANTED!
Submit your art work and become part of our Annual Art Exhibition!

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Official Podcast of BIAWA
Join Executive Director Deborah Crawley for insightful and inspiring conversations.

Brain Injury Today Podcast

Join BIAWA for our 10th Annual Walk Run & Roll!

Saturday - June 20th, 2020
over 400 participants of all abilities will walk, run, or roll virtually in support of all affected by Brain Injuries

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Washington Brain Injury Resource Center

Resource Line Specialists are available from 9am-5pm
Monday-Friday.

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Brain Champions support survivors of Brain Injury across Washington State and beyond.

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WE ARE HERE TO HELP.

The Brain Injury Alliance of Washington (BIAWA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing public awareness, support, and providing hope for those affected by brain injury.

If you or someone you care about is living with brain injury, then you have come to the right place. All of our services are free and supported by educated, passionate staff, who are available to help you.

Please explore our website to see what services we have to offer, or call us on our resource line 877-982-4292 for personalized assistance.

You are not alone.

Events & Happenings

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BIAWA’s Academic Scholarship Program

Our 2020-2021 Academic Scholarship Program is accepting applications

Apply NOW!

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Join BIAWA for our 10th Annual Walk Run & Roll! 

Saturday, June 20th over 400 participants will come together to Walk, Run, or Roll Virtually!

Register Now!

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Official podcast of the Brain Injury Alliance of Washington 

Join Executive Director Deborah Crawley for insightful and inspiring conversations 

Brain Injury Today Podcast.com


NOTE: Due to COVID-19, Washington State DSHS has CANCELED all TBI Support Groups in May and June 2020. Future opportunities will be evaluated over time as we all do our part to maintain a healthy environment.
Thank you for your support and please visit our WA Brain Injury Resource Center if you need assistance.

In support of our socially distanced communities BIAWA is hosting Virtual Brain Injury Support Group Gatherings several times a month. Visit our Support Groups Page for more information..