Support from the community

The Brain Injury Association of Missouri is the premier statewide, non-profit organization with a varied target audience of serving survivors of brain injury, family members, and professionals who provide medical, rehabilitation, vocational, residential and community support services. We also work with the general public to prevent brain injuries. Specialized populations include youth, senior adults, military veterans and farmers.

Our comprehensive services address quality of life needs through support, education, recreation and advocacy. We provide help, hope and healing for persons with brain injury.

Your corporate support to implement the BIA-MO Mission and Services highlights your commitment to create a better future for persons with brain injury, families and the community.

Community Days of Giving

Your support for BIA-MO during  Give STL Day  and Giving Tuesday Now community giving days will help with these highlighted services:

Survivors and families know they are not alone. Several BIA-MO Support Groups are being offered online through video conferencing during the pandemic. This continued connection is vital for on-going sharing and support.

Community resources being identified for short- and long-term needs. The BIA-MO Information & Referral Service offers valuable information and essential comfort for survivors and families during uncertain times of life with brain injury.

Advocacy focus on prevention of brain injuries. Bills to repeal the Missouri all-rider motorcycle helmet law are being monitored, since they may still be considered by the Missouri legislature this year. More than 40 deaths and thousands of brain injuries will result each year if the all-rider motorcycle helmet law is repealed.

Learn more about BIA-MO during COVID-19 Situation.

Corporate Membership

Your Corporate Membership is a special gift to the Brain Injury Association of Missouri to help provide support, education, recreation and advocacy to serve persons with brain injury, family members, professionals who provide care, and the community.

Benefits of BIA-MO Corporate Membership include:

  • Brain Injury Association of America The Challenge quarterly magazine.
  • Discount Registration Fee to the BIA-MO Annual Statewide Professional Conference.
  • One-year subscription to The Journal of Head Trauma. This is a $172 value.
  • Assurance that you are making a difference as part of the Voice of Brain Injury.

Two Corporate Level Memberships available.

  • $200 Company name listed on BIA-MO website
  • $500 Company name and link from BIA-MO website 

Corporate Partnerships

The Brain Injury Association of Missouri is committed to crafting partnerships based on your marketing focus and philanthropic values. We offer multiple opportunities for brand exposure to targeted audiences.

As a corporate partner, you align your company with BIA-MO and demonstrate your commitment to raising awareness, increasing access to community based resources, and providing help and hope through BIA-MO services. Thousands of Missourians benefit from your support each year.

Your corporate partnership brings a level of visibility and unique recognition to your organization or company.

To discuss Corporate Partnership options, contact Maureen Cunningham at or call 314-426-4024.

Program Partners

How to Get Involved
  • Register for a corporate membership by clicking on the donation form link below.

  • Contact Maureen Cunningham, BIA-MO Executive Director, at to discuss a workplace giving program or answer any questions.


This is the only conference in Missouri established to specifically address issues relating to brain injury. Thursday, October 19 and Friday, October 20 is for professionals who work with survivors of Brain Injury on a periodic or full time basis. Saturday, October 21 is applicable to survivors and [...]
Survivors of brain injury and family members will come together for an in-person event in Saint Louis on Saturday, October
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Event Series Kirksville Support Group

Kirksville Support Group

Rural Advocates for Independent Living (RAIL) 1100 S. Jamison, Kirksville,, MO

Kirksville – First Monday of Month at 6:00 pm.  Rural Advocates for Independent Living (RAIL), 1100 S. Jamison, Kirksville, MO 63501 Contact: Don Bindner (660) 988-1923