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CoBI is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to research, advocacy, and prevention of brain injury. The mission of CoBI is to:

  • Fund education and activities related to brain injury and prevention;
  • Support research for improved treatment;
  • Advocate for improved services. 

We are grateful for your interest. Our volunteer Board of Directors is committed to developing the scope of our education, research, and advocacy.  We hope to extend greater outreach to people whose lives have been altered by traumatic brain injury, and we are working to further efforts toward prevention.

CoBI participates in a number of events through the year focusing on both safety and prevention of brain injury, as well as fundraising for education related to brain injury.  We support research on brain injury and advocate for improved services. Through your donations we are able to keep these programs and opportunities alive! For more information, click on the Opportunities Given link on the left hand menu.


CoBI is currently accepting grant applications related to our mission –research, advocacy, outreach, and education/prevention. Awards of up to $5000 are made. No request is too small!


ReDiscover U is happy to announce the addition of a new series called “ReMending Minds” for brain injury survivors, family members, and caregivers.  This quarterly series will focus on topics related to maintaining emotional health, adjustment to brain injury, and coping with stressors.  More information