Welcome to Brain Injury Connections Northwest (BIC-NW)!

BIC-NW is an umbrella organization that supports several programs and services that serve the brain injury community in the Portland metropolitan area in the Pacific Northwest.

Our vision is to improve the quality of life of those affected by brain injury.

Our mission is to connect those touched by brain injury to the people, resources, and services that best serve their needs.

We are happy that you found your way to our site, and hope that we can connect with you on a regular basis! Check out local support groups under the Resources tab, in the Support section.

Contact us at  info@bic-nw.org  with any questions or comments, or to subscribe to email announcements. You can also like and follow us on Facebook!

Brain Injury Connections Northwest is guided by compassion, hope, inclusion and collaboration.

Your donation helps support our efforts to provide brain injury survivors with access to information and resources that can help them live successful and productive lives.


Visit the Support Us page to learn about other ways you can make a contribution, volunteer or designate a portion of your Amazon purchases as donations.

Connect with us on Facebook to access information about current events, discussions and articles about brain injury.

We want everyone who attends our groups, workshops, classes, or visits this site to feel like part of the Brain Injury Connections Northwest family. Please let us know how we can better serve the needs and improve the quality of life for people touched by brain injury.

Thank you for your participation and contributions to this very important work and community collaboration.

Brain Injury Connections Northwest is a 501(c)3 charitable organization registered with the Internal Revenue Service and the State of Oregon. We do not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, nationality, place of origin, ethnic background, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, income, or physical, intellectual or behavioral health challenge/s.