Brain Injury Association of Niagara

Description & Services
Description (Service) Support, advocacy, information, referral and recreational activities for persons affected by acquired brain injuries and their families.  
Peer groups, caregiver support and seasonal outings. Offers a clubhouse with members only activities and events.  
 
Annual concussion awareness and prevention campaigns in community to encourage wearing appropriate helmet for sports activities.
Hours Office Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm * Clubhouse Call for information
Dates All year
Areas Served Niagara Region - excluding Fort Erie and the catchment area of Fort Erie
Eligibility Ages: 19 year(s) and up 
 
With an acquired brain injury and their families/caregivers residing in area of service
Application Call * Intake process
Languages English
Fees None ; .
Contact Information
Office Phone 905-984-5058
Fax 905-984-5354
E-Mail pat@bianiagara.org
Website www.bianiagara.org
Primary Contact Pat Dracup, Program Director
Alternate Contact Kate, Clubhouse coordinator; Email: katie@bianiagara.org
Primary Executive Dr Sherrie Bieman-Copland, President
Alternate Executive Rob Burns, Past President
Located In Community St Catharines
Address & Map
261 Martindale Rd, Unit 10
St Catharines, ON L2W 1A2
 
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Intersection Martindale Rd and S Service Rd
Mailing Address 282 Linwell Rd, Unit 115A 
St Catharines, ON L6N 6N5
Accessibility Fully Accessible
Other Details
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 1986
Funding Fundraising - Bingo revenues; Annual race/Corporate Challenge event ; Annual Food for Thought Gala ; United Way - Niagara Falls
Elections Jun
Meetings Peer Support Group 
Caregiver / Spousal Support Group 
Moving Ahead After Brain Injury  
Young Adult Acquired Brain Injury Group 
Friends Helping Friends  
Women's Group 
Call for details
Resources Newsletter - Quarterly