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The mission of Brain Injury Services of SWVA is to help children and adults living with brain injury improve the quality of their lives and reintegrate into family and community.
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Our Donors

Your Donations Have Helped Us Provide Hope!

We wish to express appreciation to those who partnered with us. Through your generous support, brain injury survivors in Southwest Virginia have a chance to fulfill their service potential and reintegrate into their communities.

Grantors

  • The Wythe-Bland Community Foundation
  • The Jason Foundation
  • Virginia Office of Protection and Advocacy
  • Community Development Block Grant of Roanoke
  • New River Valley Community Health Foundation
  • The Verizon Foundation
  • Commonwealth NeuroTrauma Initiative Trust Fund (CNI)
  • Civitan Grant
  • Gwathmey Foundation
  • Moss in the Valley
  • C. Bascom Slemp
  • CONSOL Energy
  • CVS Caremark
  • Sam’s Club/Walmart
  • The Robert Wood Johnson Community Health Leader Award
  • Dominion
  • Alpha Resources

State and Local Governments

  • Abingdon Town
  • Big Stone Gap Town
  • BIS SWVA is funded in part by state general funds appropriated by the Virginia General Assembly and administered by the Department of Rehabilitative Service.
  • Bland County
  • Botetourt County
  • Buchanan County
  • Carroll County
  • Christiansburg Town
  • Dickenson County
  • Floyd County
  • Franklin County
  • Galax City
  • Grayson County
  • Lee County
  • Marion Town
  • Montgomery County
  • Pulaski County
  • Radford City
  • Roanoke City
  • Roanoke County
  • Salem City
  • Scott County
  • Smyth County
  • Tazewell County
  • Tazewell Town
  • Washington County
  • Wise County
  • Wise Town
  • Wythe County United Way
  • Wytheville Town

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“Brain Injury Services of SWVA is funded in part by state general funds appropriated by the Virginia General Assembly and administered by the
Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services”