Through grassroots volunteerism we educate, advocate and connect those touched by brain injury to the people, resources and services that assist them in meeting their needs and serve in an advocacy role.
Empower individuals touched by brain injury to thrive.
Who We Are
We are peers with acquired brain injury, family and friends, and community members who strive to support and empower one another, helping to create the best possible lives for ourselves, and for our loved ones. We are from all walks of life. Many of us have sustained various types of acquired brain injury, including traumatic brain injury, stroke, brain tumors, and anoxia, or know someone who has.
What We Do
We are an umbrella organization that supports programs and services that serve the brain injury community in the Portland metropolitan area in the Pacific Northwest. We are here to share what we’ve learned, advance awareness of brain injury and better connect people with what they need, when they need it. We value collaboration and look forward to expanding our community partnerships with like-minded organizations.
Why We Are Here
Brain injuries are complex and often misunderstood. Navigating life after a brain injury can be challenging for the individual and those who support someone who has sustained the injury. Our mission is to make that journey easier by providing an inclusive environment that fosters support, education, and collaboration between survivors, care partners, and the community.