Will You Help Us Answer the Call?
"My son had a concussion playing soccer and he doesn't seem to be getting any better. Where can we take him?"

"My mom lives in Massachusetts. She had a stroke and can't live on her own any more. She's moving down to live with us in Silver Spring. What do we need to do to get the house ready and get her benefits transferred?"

"My boyfriend was injured in a car accident last year. He's getting out of rehab and wants to go back to work but he can't do his old job. Can you help me?"

"I had a brain injury five years ago. I thought I was doing better, but I feel like I am starting lose my edge. I am having memory problems and getting tired so easily. Can I get tested and get some help on this stuff?"

If you, or your loved one received a brain injury, who would you call for information and assistance in helping you along the way?

For 36 years , the Brain Injury Association of Maryland has been answering family's and healthcare provider's brain injury resource questions on its Helpline ( 1.800.221.6443 ), and now via email and social media.

Our information and support is free, confidential, and tailored to the caller's individual circumstances.

And to continue helping Maryland families, we need your support.

Two years ago, BIAMD launched its  #GivingBrainDay to coincide with #GivingTuesday to provide a brain injury outreach flavor
on this marvelous philanthropic endeavor. 
This year GivingBRAINday is December 3rd.

Please help us continue to answer the call by getting ready for #GivingBRAINday, TODAY.
  • DONATE now on our online campaign by CLICKING HERE or clicking the donate button below.
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  • SHARE this message with your family and friends and ask them to join the #GivingBRAINday initiative on Tuesday!