The Brain Injury Alliance of Kentucky has been a valuable statewide resource that has been instrumental in promoting awareness, educational programs, support networks, program development, advocacy, public policy and legislative initiatives.
All efforts have been aimed at improving the welfare, rights, dignity and lives of individuals with brain injury. To address needs on a local level, regional chapters of the BIAK were established in 2014.
Beginning in 2019, new initiatives were put into place to offer Community Outreach on a local level. Brain Injury Alliance of Northern Ky (BIANK) now offers support to those affected by brain injury by serving as a direct point-of-contact to assist with identifying and accessing community, regional, state and national resources. BIANK will also focus on developing education and prevention programming, promoting local community advocacy and coordinating fund raising activities.
The Board’s primary mission is to serve those affected by brain injury through advocacy, education, prevention, service and support. However, we can not accomplish our mission without the backing of our community. Northern Kentucky always has cared for their own with a charitable sense of pride and purpose. It is our hope that this tradition will continue and that, together, we can continue to help those in their time of need.