The BIANC Resource Guide is intended for individuals with brain injury, family members of people with brain injuries, and professionals who serve people with brain injury.  We strive to keep all information as up-to-date as possible. If you see edits that need to be made, or if you would like to learn more about adding your business to the guide, please send an email to

Please note that the resources listed are not an endorsement of service.  Click to learn more about types of and descriptions of services.

Resource Guide

Service Descriptions

It can be confusing and challenging to navigate North Carolina brain injury services, because many systems in place were not built with individuals living with brain injury in mind. Through dedicated and passionate advocates, services have expanded, but it can be tough knowing what’s available in North Carolina. Click the links to learn more about the service categories.

Counseling-Mental Health Services 300

Counseling & Mental Health

Day Services 300

Day Programs & Activity

Financial Services 300

Financial Services

Guardianship 300


Independent Living 300

Independent Living & Employment

Legal Services 300

Legal Services

Assessment Services 300

Assessment and Diagnostic Services

rehabilitation 300

Rehabilitation Services

Residential Services 300

Residential Services

Veteran Services 300

Veteran Services