From pandemic to protests, we're experiencing an unforgettable time that will surely be written in history books.
As an organization whose mission is to make change in the world, we cannot overlook this powerful movement for our state and country. As we advocate for the brain injury community, we join our voices with others seeking justice and a better future for everyone.
Many of you may not know this; but for BIAV, July is the start of a new fiscal year, meaning a new budget, new goals, and new expectations for our organization. As we embark on this new year, we want to emphasize some of
our commitments to you, our community:
Calling, chatting, or emailing us to talk through what you're experiencing and need will always be a free, confidential service for anyone impacted by brain injury.
Brain injuries do not discriminate, which is why we are committed to sharing content on our website, social media, and emails that represents the diversity of our community.
We take pride in being a leader in data collection and analysis. This year, we have added new indicators and processes so we can better understand our audience and tailor our services to meet their needs. This also matters because we use that information to shape our yearly advocacy efforts for state and national legislation.
We want to keep this conversation going and open it up to you to let us know how you like to stay in touch with us and what you hope to see BIAV do in the upcoming year.
Click the button to answer our 4-question survey. Your responses are completely anonymous and won't be published. Thank you in advance!