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$3 million to Brain Injury Alliance to support brain injury survivors in B.C.

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$3 million to Brain Injury Alliance to support brain injury survivors in B.C.

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Brain injury associations in B.C. to benefit from provincial funding

There are 15 charitable community non-profit brain injury associations in British Columbia whose primary purpose is to provide comprehensive services to people with acquired brain injuries:

  • BrainTrust Canada
  • Bulkley Valley Brain Injury Association
  • Campbell River Head Injury Support Society
  • Comox Valley Head Injury Society
  • Fraser Valley Brain Injury Association
  • Kamloops Brain Injury Association
  • Nanaimo Brain Injury Society
  • North Okanagan Shuswap Brain Injury Society
  • Northern Brain Injury Association
  • Powell River Brain Injury Society
  • Prince George Brain Injured Group Society
  • South Okanagan Similkameen Brain Injury Society
  • Victoria Brain Injury Society
  • West Kootenay Brain Injury Association

Learn more:

Brain Injury Alliance: http://braininjuryalliance.ca/

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