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2277 Highway 36 West, Suite 200; Roseville, MN; 55113-3830
Phone: 612-378-2742
Toll Free: 1-800-669-6442
Fax: 612-378-2789
E-Mail:info@braininjurymn.org
Hours: Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Proud Member of the United States Brain Injury Alliance

Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance is a proud member of the United States Brain Injury Alliance.

Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance is a proud member of Community Health Charities Minnesota. Community Health Charities Minnesota is an alliance of leading nonprofit health research and service organizations whose mission is to improve lives affected by chronic illness by investing in health research, services and education.

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Strides for Stroke

The 2018 Strides for Stroke will take place on Saturday, May 19 at three locations in Minnesota:

Sign up and donate today for the 2018 Strides for Stroke!



Join Essentia Health-Polinsky Medical Rehabilitation Center in Duluth and the Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance and UCare on Wednesday, May 2 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. as we present a FREE showing of Jed Schlegemilch's Unmasking, a film documenting the creation of over 1,000 works of art made by people who live with the effects of brain injury.

Find out more here!


Brain Injury Basics Classes Schedule
Brain Injury Basics classes are developed for individuals with brain injury, their friends and family and the professionals who serve them.

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The Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance is offering Lunch and Learn Seminars for Social Workers and Social Service Professionals. Continuing Education Units have been approved by the Board of Social Work and will be available at each seminar. The seminars will begin at 12 p.m. and be held at the Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance office in Roseville. Click here for more information.


Caregiver Advocacy and Resource Education
The Minnesota Stroke Association in collaboration with the State of Minnesota Department of Human Services Live Well at Home Grant will present education sessions about caregiving through the Caregiver Advocacy and Resource Education (CARE) Program. The program will also include 30 minutes of social time for caregivers to connect and benefit from the experience, skills, and wisdom of other caregivers.

Click here for more information on the Caregiver Advocacy and Resource Education series or call our Education and Community Outreach Department at 763-553-0088.


Mind Matters
Mind Matters Winter 2017
In the Winter edition of Mind Matters, Jared and Audrey Loving Spouses, Hannah Aspenson is Defined by Her Strength, Public Policy Updates and more.

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Brain Injury in the Homeless Community: Where Do We Go from Here
The Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance invited representatives from a wide range of service providers serving the homeless as well as homeless individuals with brain injuries to participate in a half-day discussion intended to identify specific ways the Alliance could build stronger connections to the homeless community. The discussion, facilitated by a senior Wilder Research consultant, covered a wide range of topics including experiences in recognizing and responding to brain injury, stigma and misunderstandings associated with this type of injury, supports and services available now, and ideas about what supports might best serve this population in the future. The information from this dialogue will be used by the Alliance to plan for outreach and intervention efforts that can best meet the diverse range of needs among those who have suffered traumatic brain injuries.

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Sports Concussion Training Available
Sports concussion training is available for youths of all ages through high school, including athletes, parents, coaches, trainers, teachers and nurses. Learn how to prevent sports concussions as well as to identify signs and symptoms if a sports concussion occurs.

Find out more about our Sports Concussion Training by clicking here.