Find your local office for Medicaid and state-funded services related to treatment and management of traumatic brain injury.
This guide is intended to be a road-map to much needed services for individuals with a brain injury, their families, and the professionals who work with them.
When someone suffers a brain injury, the entire family is affected. Whether you are a caregiver or survivor, the resources here can provide the support you need most.
Find services specific to active members and veterans of the Armed Forces who are living with a traumatic brain injury or other neurological condition.
A concussion occurs when the brain is jolted or shaken inside the skull. The symptoms and path to recovery vary with each case, so click here to learn more about this diagnosis.
North Carolina has a strong network of friendship and camaraderie related to brain injury. See how you can be involved and tap into this supportive community.
Find resources and information tailored specifically to individuals who work with brain injury survivors in a professional capacity.
Find out more about our training sessions and workshops related to brain injury. These sessions are designed for individuals and groups who wish to learn about TBI, both in the workplace and at home.
Click here for general information on brain injury, links to additional resources, and other helpful content.
Consider donating to BIANC to help our efforts and help spread brain injury awareness. All donations made to BIANC are tax deductible via our 501-3c federal tax identification.
Phone: (800) 377-1464 | (919) 833-9634
Address: 6604 Six Forks Rd., Suite 104, Raleigh, NC 27615
Mon.-Thurs.: 9am to 5pm, Friday: 9am to 12pm Saturday & Sunday: Closed