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The Brain Injury Resource Center of Wisconsin Inc.’s mission is to offer assistance and provide resources to people in Wisconsin who are living with the consequences of brain injury. 


Brain Injury: I can explain it to you, but I cannot understand it for you

We are a 501C3, Registered Charity 27-4483622, Tax Exempt Organization 

As the saying goes, Knowledge is Power!" 

The more you know the better equipped you are to handle situations as they arise. Whether it is through outreach, social outing, classes, conferences, and a myriad of other offerings, we have one that fits your schedule, aspirations, and life-style!

BIRCofWI is a proud member of AIRS which is the membership association for Information & Referral professionals, and the driving force behind clear and consistent professional Standards that benchmark every aspect of quality I&R

We are proud promoters of the  Neighborhood Safety Network (NSN!

Resource Facilitation


Brain Injury Resource Center of Wisconsin In Waukesha

Join us Wisconsin for the 5th Annual

Brain Injury Survivor and Family Picnic!

Date: Sunday, August 14, 2016

Location: Fowler Park, Oconomowoc, WI

Time: 12:00 noon until 4:00 pm

Join us for games, raffles, competitions, tests of skill, music, food, and FUN!  Reserve your seat at the table today!  Deadline to register is August 6, 2016.

Brain Injury: I can explain it to you, but I cannot understand it for you™   Your glimpse at life after brain injury begins now!    BIRCofWI Quarterly Bulletin 

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Resource facilitation got its start in brain injury in 1984. The BIRCofWI program was established in 2011 and since then our program has grown to included assessment, planning, identification, negotiation, monitoring, reassessment, outreach, education and training, emotional support, and advocacy.

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BIRCofWI is a proud member of the  Midwest Injury Prevention Alliance. (MIPA) is an organization of injury professionals from Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin that works collaboratively to reduce unintentional and intentional injury-related death and disability.