About BIAG


Approximately 78,000 new brain injuries occur each year in Georgia, with more than 8,000 sustained by children and youth. More than 150,000 Georgians live with lifelong disabilities due to brain injury.

The Brain Injury Association of Georgia serves to improve the quality of life for people with brain injury and their families through education, awareness, advocacy, prevention and support programs.

  • Information & Resource Helpline
  • Support Groups
  • Training & Education
  • Peer Visitor Programs
  • Veterans Programs
  • Caregiver Respite Retreats
  • Camp for Brain Injured Adults
  • Advocacy Efforts
  • Life Enrichment Programs

As medical treatment, safety and trauma care advance, more people survive brain injury than ever before, but then face a lifetime of physical, behavioral and cognitive impairments requiring ongoingsupport services.

As concussion occurrence in youth sports has grown to epidemic proportions, BIAG has developed new programs through the Georgia Concussion Coalition to directly address the need for greater concussion awareness and prevention.

Join with the Brain Injury Association of Georgia to provide Hope, Help & Support to all Georgians affected by brain injury.

Learn More at: www.braininjurygeorgia.org or call 404-712-5504.

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