> BIRCofWI Quarterly Publication:  Read survivors stories, get informed about topics that relate specifically to brain injury, and really get educated, informed, and aware of what life is like after brain injury.  This is a free publication that remains so through your generous donation!

> DOWNLOAD AND PRINT YOUR BRAIN INJURY SURVIVOR WALLET CARD FOR FREE!


​A person with a brain injury can carry this wallet card to help avoid misunderstandings with law enforcement, first responders, and others. The card includes contact information, common signs and symptoms of brain injury, and a request to call a designated emergency contact if needed.

Bethany Rieth Memorial Garden has been made possible by the generosity of the Bethany L. Rieth Memorial Fund


This very special addition to our Waukesha location is dedicated to all those who have suffered a loss of a loved one.  Live, Laugh, Love are the words and manner in which Bethnay chose to live her life.  The one she exemplified the most was LOVE!

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

Take a look at the various resources available in our LIBRARY

What we do > INFORM + EDUCATE + SELF-ADVOCATE

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 

We are funded through the generosity of people like you - no State, Federal, or any government funding is received

Walk-Roll-Run for Brain Injury

Saturday, Sept 16, 2017 meet at Cutler Park, Waukesha, WI
Begins at 8:00 am and concludes at 12:00 noon  

There is no fee to participate, but support is greatly appreciated!


EVENT SPONSOR FORM                EVENT  REGISTRATION FORM


✓ Local Businesses/Vendors
✓Wisconsin Brain Injury Artists and their creations
✓ Food and Beverage Sales
✓ 50/50 Raffle, General Raffles and Silent Auction Items
✓ Education and Awareness Interactive Stations
(Feel what is like to sustain a concussion)
(Feel what it is like to live with double vision)

✓ FUN for the whole family


 Then join us for the Bethany Rieth Memorial Garden Dedication at the BIRCofWI Offices

(511 N. Grand Ave, Waukesha – just south of Cutler Park) 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

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Brain Injury Resource Center of Wisconsin In Waukesha

511 North Grand Ave, Waukesha, WI 53186

Main ​Phone 262-770-4882 / Fax 262-436-1747

Open Tu, We, Thu from 1p until 5p

General Email: admin@bircofwi.org

Meet the Volunteer Staff and Board of Directors

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Through your generous support the Brain Injury Resource  Center of Wisconsin is able to continue our mission. 

Your donation will support the advancement of our core initiatives:

>  Educate the Public  by starting with BRAIN INURY 101 then moving to
Advocate? Who Me?


> Promote Prevention Awareness (start with Visit our CDC (Centers for Disease Control) microsite for information)


> Provide Resources to Survivors and Families (We are also available to speak to your group or organization - Complete the Speakers Bureau Form)

Resource Facilitation is our corner stone service and is a partnership that helps people and communities choose, get and keep information, services and supports to make informed choices and meet their goals.  The collaborative process involves participants (individuals with brain injury and their personal support systems) working in partnership with facilitators (individuals who provide assistance in navigating systems) to achieve agreed upon goals.  You are always welcome to visit our in-house Resource Library

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 

We are funded through the generosity of people like you - no State, Federal, or any government funding is received

Mark Schmitt's Creativ/Edge has been made possible by the generosity of the Schmitt Family.   


This very special addition to our Waukesha location is dedicated to all those who have a creative side just waiting to come out.  It is for those affected by ABI and TBI who enjoy working with their creative hands, digging deep inside their creative minds, and opening up their creative spirit to make something beautiful.  Items can be purchased at our inhouse Gift Shop and online store 

YOU ARE NOT ALONE