Home » Welcome


The Brain Injury Alliance of Wisconsin is a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of individuals affected by brain injury.

We offer:

  • Information & Resources
  • Education
  • Advocacy
  • Prevention
  • Support Services


The BIAW office is only staffed part-time until further notice, but we are still here to help. The best way to reach us is via e-mail at admin@biaw.org. You are still welcome to call 262-790-9660 and we will return your call as quickly as possible.

Our new mailing address is:


PO BOX 46285



2022 BIAW Annual Conference on Brain Injury coming in May! Virtual and in-person options planned. Watch for more info soon!



Donate to the Brain Injury Alliance of Wisconsin by clicking HERE.

You can also send donations to: BIAW, PO BOX 46285, Madison, WI 53744

In these times of COVID-19 when holding events is a risk to the people we serve, the BIAW is reliant on donations more than ever. We would like to recognize the following people and organizations for supporting the BIAW in 2020:

Rita Simon                                                                         Jan Heinitz, in honor of her daughter Christina

Trisha Ives, Gingras, Thomsen & Wachs                     David Mollenhoff, in memory of Jet Jackson

Len Rogan                                                                         The Rice Lake BI Support Group

Joseph Schmit                                                                  Aurora Healthcare

Rust-oleum Corporation                                                Madison Community Foundation

Ronald Slewitzke, in memory of Jet Jackson             Karl Curtis, in honor of his son Cameron

Kurt DeJongh, in memory of Randall Nelson

Christine Hau, Eau Claire County Republican Women

Rotary Club of Eau Claire, in memory of Randy Nelson

The many people who have donated via Network for Good





The care you need in challenging times


The Milwaukee Center for Independence is now offering virtual programming to meet the needs of clients whose live programs have been temporarily closed to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Understandably, temporarily closing programs disrupted our clients’ routine, which has been difficult for them.

Many of our clients, particularly those with intellectual or development disabilities, did not understand why they could no longer participate in their program or see friends and familiar support staff.

MCFI’s remote programs are designed to keep clients engaged, providing them with a sense of structure and comfort during this difficult time.

The programming’s curriculum will focus on wellness and social connection; clients will have opportunities to have discussions, learn new skills and participate in movement classes.

The curriculum offers a wide variety of experiences designed specifically for people with developmental disabilities and those recovering from a brain injury.

Programming will be offered between 9 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. Mondays through Fridays.

MCFI is the only nonprofit service provider in the greater Milwaukee area offering virtual programming.

MCFI’s mission is to partner with people of all abilities to advance their total health. Contact us for more information about our remote programs, contact info@mcfi.net. To learn more about MCFI’s 80-year legacy of innovation, please visit www.mcfi.net.

Quarterly Newsletters

Spring2017 Winter 2016_
Summer 2017  Summer 2016
 Fall 2014
 Spring 2018  Winter 2014


We appreciate and recognize our Corporate and Patron Members!

Corporate Members:

LakeviewLight (300x201) (200x134)   Print SmallLogo

 DRW RozekNEXDAY logo (300x143) (300x143) (300x143)

Patron Members:

JanHeinitz  PHC_Color

    LearningRx LogoWithContact1 (2)MSS LOGO FULLAffiliated Dentists Logo