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The Brain Injury Alliance Of Kentucky

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Nonprofit Overview

Mission: Committed to serving those affected by brain injury through advocacy, education, prevention, research, service and support.

Programs: Aiding individuals who suffered traumatic injuries to the brain and educating the public

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Evelyn Underwood E.

Client Served

Rating: 5

The Brain Injury Alliance has been a huge support to me and everyone I know who has had a brain injury. As I recall going to my first meeting after my Traumatic brain injury, I was afraid. I knew very little about the thing that changed the direction of my life. I won't bore you with personal details but the people I met that night were warm supportive and knowledgeable about the path that I was on and the direction to taking my life back. They helped me not be a victim and become an advocate for others who had much greater losses than I.


Biak has meetings all over the state like the one I first attended to help people find their footing. There are conferences, training for people and fun for all who are survivor or family, just to name a few. The program that has provided more than help for me was advocated by some Special People who were part of Biak. These super people lobbied and helped Kentucky government see how drunk driving causes so much desolation. Kentucky now has a Brain Injury trust fund to help. The Trust is totally funded through fines paid by those who choose to take others lives in their hand by driving drunk. I applaud those who advocate for us, thank you.

Review from Guidestar

Eddie R.1

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

The Brain Injury Alliance of Kentucky has been serving persons affected by brain injury since 1986. Our goal is to equip persons with resources that aid in recovery from brain injury and to prevent them from happening. We do this through advocacy, education, prevention, outreach and support.