Brain Injury Association of Michigan



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// MISSION

The Brain Injury Association of Michigan’s (BIAMI) mission is to improve the lives of those affected by brain injury, and reduce the incidence and impact of brain injury through education, advocacy, support, treatment services, and research.


// KEY SERVICES PROVIDED

BIAMI serves as a conduit between brain injury survivors and the nation’s largest state network of brain injury resources and professionals. They administer 20 chapters and support groups statewide; provide continuing education, events, and CBIS certification to professional members; develop and administer survivor-focused and awareness programs; advocate in Lansing with their provider partners on behalf of brain injury prevention and survivor care legislation; and host the nation’s largest conference on brain injury, in addition to other events. They also staff a 24/7 family helpline, providing brain injury information and assistance.


// LEADERSHIP

TOP EXECUTIVES
Thomas Constand, President/CEO
Nichole Shotwell, Vice President of Programs and Operations
Gerald Schorin, Director of Development and Marketing
Diane Dugan, Program Outreach Coordinator
Kathie Sell, Information and Resources Coordinator
Katie Blanchard, Program Coordinator
Alexandra Weston, Marketing and Communications Coordinator
Sharon Schannault, Office Manager and Bookkeeper
Jacey VarnHagen, Administrative Assistant
Nathaniel Smith, Communications Associate


// CONTACT INFORMATION

Brain Injury Association of Michigan
7305 Grand River Ave.
Brighton, MI 48114
810-229-5880
www.biami.org

 

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