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Upcoming Events

March 1, 2018 at 5:30 pm 1201 Camino de Salud NE Albuquerque, NM

Lobo Living Room: Concussions

The UNM Alumni Association proudly invites Lobo alumni and community members to the Lobo Living Room: The Neurobiology of Recovery from Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) by Dr. David A. Hovda (’79 BA, ’83 MS, ’85 PhD) on Thursday, March 1, at the UNM Cancer Center located at 1201 Camino de Salud NE in Albuquerque. Registration and reception begin at 5:30 p.m. followed by the presentation and Q&A at 6:15 p.m.

April 7, 2018 Albuquerque, NM

4th Annual Golf Tournament



Our mission is to assist people and families living with brain injury, concussions and stroke to thrive in their communities through prevention, education, support, research and advocacy.

BIANM provides support and resources to people with brain injury, their families, and the community. We get hundreds of calls each year asking for help in finding resources and dealing with the overwhelming emotional distress of life-changing brain injuries. With your generous support, our volunteers and brain injury specialists can continue to provide helpful information, resources, and support to people living with brain injury, and training to companies, organizations and schools on prevention of brain injury, and how to work with those living with a brain injury.

BIANM provides free support groups to help people living with a brain injury and their families thrive. We need your help to develop a wellness resource center to provide daily activities to increase important life skills, get people active, give caregivers support, and rebuild relationships with the help of brain injury specialists and volunteers. The brain injury buddy program will nurture friendships and instill hope through the use of volunteers. Your support will help to provide staff, volunteers, a safe space to meet, helpful and fun activities, and purchase resources to share and distribute. We believe a brain injury shouldn’t result in isolation, depression, failure, and loss of hope. The Brain Injury Alliance of New Mexico is here to offer support and resources to maximize recovery and to help people thrive rather than just survive!


Our volunteers serve the brain injury community by coordinating/working events, assisting our support groups, and participating in fundraising and community outreach.