Alaska Brain Injury Network is the statewide leader in brain injury advocacy, information, support, and trainings.

COVID-19 Update
Due to the closure of our office to the public during the COVID-19 situation, all support group activities are suspended till further notice.

Brain Injury Support Group

The Brain Recovery Action Group (BRAG) is a peer-led group whose primary goal is to provide support, understanding and hope to those living with a brain injury. The group is open to anyone who is living with a traumatic or acquired brain injury. It is a great way to connect with others who truly understand the impact a brain injury has on all aspects of one’s life.
The group meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month from 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. at the ABIN office.

Family Support Group

Brain injury creates significant changes in the family system and it can be challenging for family members to adjust to new roles and the changes in their loved ones’ functioning.  The Family Support group is a safe place for family members to share their experiences and find hope and healthy ways of coping with the changes in their family.

Started and facilitated by the mother of a brain injury survivor, this valuable group meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month from 4:00 – 5:50 p.m. at the ABIN office during the BRAG support group.  This group is open to all family members of brain injury survivors.   Please contact Tonya at [email protected] for more information.

**Child care is not available at these meetings.

TABI Mini-Grant Program

The Traumatic and Acquired Brain Injury (TABI) Grant is a mini-grant program administered by the State of Alaska, Division of Senior and Disability Services (SDS) and managed by the Alaska Brain Injury Network. The grant is used to meet the needs of those who have sustained a traumatic or acquired brain injury who are experiencing financial hardship.