Support Groups

So here we are-  Georgian’s continue to do the right thing by banding together to stop the spread of COVID-19. If we stick with it, we’ll see the other side of the pandemic soon and be stronger than ever. 

Support Groups have turned to virtual group meetings to stay in contact with each other. ALL are invited to participate, all brain injuries, statewide.  Contact for support groups who are participating. 

Support Groups, which are volunteer-administered, provide an opportunity for those individuals and family members affected by brain injury not only to learn more about brain injury but to be present in a safe and encouraging venue to discuss the challenges they face.

Ask to be added to their email list to stay in touch with Group meetings, updates, social outings, guest speakers and BIAG news. If a change has been made or link is broken send an email to

Support Groups accept all brain injuries. Others may be specific to the ABI (i.e. Stroke, Aneurysm, Aphasia, and Tumor) but may accept all brain injuries.  Please call or email the Support Group contacts to confirm.

Support Groups listed are for your information only and to assist you in locating a group near you. Support groups have been established and are run by persons with brain injury, family, professionals and/or staff from other organizations serving people with brain injury and do not necessarily reflect the views or official position of BIAG. As social media grows, so does the ability to locate groups on-line, facebook … etc. Use caution with sharing personal information

Support Groups Statewide

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Why Join a Support Group?

Read about the many benefits of joining a support group.

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