Campbell River Head Injury Support Society

CRHISS assists individuals with brain injuries, their caregivers and the community better understand the effects of the injury by providing tools and programs to help move forward. Programming such as Tai Chi, fitness classes, art classes, Lifeskills, drumming, Yoga, and anger management are some of what we offer.

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Victoria Brain Injury Society

The Victoria Brain Injury Society’s mission is to support, educate, and advocate for adults with acquired brain injuries and their families; and to increase community awareness about acquired brain injuries.

Kootenay Brain Injury Association

Offering service that enable individuals and families living with the effects of acquired brain injury to enjoy & participate in life in their home & community. All services are cost-free and include: Individual and group support, skills-based workshops, counselling services, family support, advocacy, referral & connection services, prevention and education, volunteer programs.

Comox Valley Head Injury Society

CVHIS provides programs and support services to acquired brain injury survivors, their families and caregivers.  We promote the health and well-being of our participants through advocacy, education, skill development, community re-integration, and we work to reduce incidences of brain injury in our community through prevention-based education.  Most programming is free and includes Case Management, Counselling, Food and Healthy Eating supports, Peer Support, Life After Brain Injury workshops, Wellness Group Activities, music and art therapy and a Drop in program.

BrainTrust Canada

BrainTrust Canada is a non-profit dedicated to meeting the unique needs of people affected by acquired brain injury providing evidence-based approaches to rehabilitation and recovery that lead to meaningful outcomes. We provide brain injury prevention and education, specialized neuro-rehabilitation program, and client advocacy.

Nanaimo Brain Injury Society

The Nanaimo Brain Injury Society (NBIS) is a registered non profit society and registered charitable organization. We are a progressive society providing support, education and connection for people living with brain injury since 1988 through education, advocacy, and community support. Energetic and dedicated, our society members, volunteers, Board of Directors and staff give the society a firm foundation on which we build positive relationships with clients, family members and our wider community. Together we strive to uphold NBIS’s Vision, Mission & Values.

Brain Injury Canada

Brain Injury Canada is a national charitable organization for the brain injury community in Canada. Our mission is to advance awareness, education, opportunities, and support by advocating at a national level; establishing meaningful connections with stakeholders; and educating and empowering people living with acquired brain injury, families/caregivers, health care workers, researchers, and the general public.

We have a vision for a better quality of life for all people affected by acquired brain injury in Canada. We firmly stand behind our values of accountability; compassion; connection/collaboration; diversity; integrity; and stewardship.

We develop free online resources for individuals with brain injury, caregivers and health care providers, which we host on our living resource website. We also host several events for the brain injury community.