Information, Events, and Support to Those Who Suffer from Traumatic Brain Injury and Their Communities

The Brain Injury Association of North Carolina (BIANC) strives to create a better future for the approximately 208,000 North Carolinians living with brain injury through prevention, support, education, and advocacy programs.

Currently, BIANC is involved in creating engaging events for its members and others while also helping to facilitate information and guidance to anyone seeking to learn more about the TBI Waiver Program being piloted in North Carolina currently.

If you're interested in hearing more about our events, in getting some information about how we can support you, or if you're interested in learning more about the TBI Waiver Program and would like to speak with someone who can help you navigate its application, fill out the form here and we'll be in touch with you directly.

More About BIANC

Resources For You

Whether you're a caregiver, a professional, or suffer from a Brain Injury yourself, BIANC provides the resources you need to navigate services, education, or training around Brain Injury.

Our Learning Center

Awareness, change, and advocacy starts with education and learning about brain injury. The Brain Injury Association of North Carolina has many opportunities available to learn strategies about living life to the fullest after brain injury.

Annual Events

From local to state-wide, BIANC holds events ranging from lectures to summer camp to online games for anyone interested in learning more or finding a community.


Those of us who suffer from a traumatic brain injury, and those of us who know someone suffering, understand the difficulty of advocacy for oneself. BIANC provides resources and opportunities for direct advocacy work on behalf of those with TBI.

I Want More Information About the TBI Waiver Program

If you'd like to find out more about the TBI Waiver Program and to see if you're eligible, fill out the form below and we'll contact you directily to answer all of your questions.