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BIAA - Texas Division

The Brain Injury Association of America – Texas Division is committed to bringing help, hope, and healing to all Texans impacted by brain injury. Through our direct affiliation with the Brain Injury Association of America, we are able to build our voice throughout the Lone Star State with constant support from the nation’s oldest and largest nationwide brain injury advocacy organization.


Texans sustain a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) every year


Texans are permanently disabled every year from a TBI


Texans (2% of the population) live with a TBI-related disability

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Texas Brain Injury Resource Directory

The Brain Injury Association of America and its Texas Division have created a directory as a service to those in need of brain injury information and services. The directory contains information about services, providers, and support groups in Texas.

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Our mission is to advance brain injury prevention, research, treatment, and education and to improve the quality of life for all individuals impacted by brain injury. Through advocacy, we bring help, hope, and healing to millions of individuals living with brain injury, their families, and the professionals who serve them.

BIA Texas Information Center

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News & Events

Latest Information on Brain Injury Events & Issues in Texas



BIAA - Texas Division Advocacy & Awareness


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