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 Brain Injury Association of Mississippi

Contact Us

Tel: 601-981-1021

Help-Line: 800-444-6443

Address

1640 Lelia Drive, Suite 100

Jackson, MS  39216

Welcome to the Brain Injury Association of Mississippi

The Brain Injury Association of Mississippi is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation founded in 1987 by a group of concerned families living with brain injuries. BIA of MS was incorporated in 1989. The Association is an affiliated member of the Brain Injury Association of America. 

 

The goal of BIA of MS is to ensure services and support are available throughout the state of Mississippi for people with brain injuries and their families.   

 

Through donations, gifts, membership dues, special events and grants, the BIA of MS continues to develop support groups throughout the state, design and publish educational resource materials, provide Information Referral Service upon request, update and maintain a comprehensive resource library with membership borrowing privileges, participate in community and educational prevention programs and maintain a statewide, toll free help line (1-800-444-6443).

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Glad everyone could join us last Monday!   We will continue our weekly group support meetings for brain - spinal cord injury survivors and caregivers every Monday at 6:00 p.m (central time).  We also are also doing call-in meetings each Monday evening at 7:00 p.m. for anyone who does not have access to video con...

The Brain Injury Association of Mississippi is taking the COVID-19 seriously. In an effort to keep our staff and those we serve safe, our office will be closed to the public beginning March 17th and remain closed to the public through March 31st. However, the BIA of MS services will remain accessible to the publ...

The March 18th Brain Injury Awareness Day at the Capitol - has been cancelled.  All scheduled group events at the Mississippi State Capitol building have been cancelled, to lessen the opportunistic spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).   

March 23rd Support Group Meeting @ St. Dominic is also cancelled...

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