The Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona depends on the support of volunteers to ensure quality services are provided to our community. Whether you can give an hour every three months or an hour a day, we have a job that fits in your schedule.
Join us as a volunteer in service on a committee with the Brain Injury Alliance.
See our opportunities below:
Addiction & Brain Injury Arizona Workgroup
This workgroup takes a much needed and unique look at the relationship between brain injury and addiction, with a focus on supportive resources and modified programming.
Meets March 6, June 5, Sept 4, & Dec 4, 2020, from 2:00-4:30 p.m. throughout the state
The Advisory Council works in tandem with and under the auspices of the Board of Directors to open doors, expand the BIAAZ’s outreach, and de-stigmatize brain injury.
Meeting details shared with members
Arizona TBI Services Advisory Board
This statewide board is made up of professionals, survivors, and community members, and takes a comprehensive look at TBI services with a person-centered approach.
Brain Health Gala 2020
Brain Health Gala 2020: Silent Auction Committee
Brain Health Symposium Planning Committee
Butters Pet Care Fund Committee
CHAIR: Allison Marshall
The Butters Fund is a one-of-a kind programs that supports survivors of all types of brain injury in maintaining their pets and service animals through financial challenges. The committee helps raise and direct funds to support the owner and their animal’s health and well-being.
Meets via Zoom the last Monday of the month from 9:00-10:00 a.m.
Camp Can Do Committee
Camp Can Do is a four-day camp for survivors of brain injury. The camp relies on physical therapy and occupational therapy students and professionals to staff the camp. Other professionals, caregivers, and survivors are welcome to assist with scholarship fundraising for campers and volunteers.
Meets March – July
Chrissy's Closet - Medical Supply Committee
Dream It Forward!
This committee oversees financial awards for the following programs:
- Scholarships for students impacted by brain injury towards college, trade school, or after school programs.
- $300 Certified Brain Injury Specialist Credential scholarships for Arizona professionals.
- Instructor stipends for Brain Injury University and Living Life Fully.
Public Policy Committee
Re:Start! Resale Store Committee
Run, Walk, & Roll Committee
Swaback & Associates
This committee will plan and prepare to make the Run, Walk, and Roll fundraiser on March 22, 2020 at Kiwanis Park a fun, safe, and successful event.
January – March, on Fridays from 4:30-6:00 p.m.
Services for Vulnerable Populations Committee
Childers & Coventry
Arizona Complete Health
This committee is set to strengthen and expand services for justice-involved youth, children in foster care, those experiencing homelessness, survivors of family violence, and survivors of human trafficking.
Meets via Zoom the 2nd Wednesday of the month from 6:00-7:00 p.m.
State Opioid Response & Cognitive Impairment Services Implementation Committee
Strategic Planning Committee
The Noggin | e-Zine Committee
Tucson Concussion Run
This committee is responsible for putting on the October 17, 2020 Concussion Run at Rillito Park in Tucson. The primary goal is to bring attention to the seriousness and prevalence of “mild” traumatic brain injury.
Committee meets June – September in Tucson
Utility Assistance Fund
Those impacted by brain injury may find themselves facing hardship when their hours at work are reduced or they lose their jobs. This committee helps survivors of brain injury living independently to keep the lights on and the water running during times of financial crisis.
Meets via Zoom the last Monday of the month from 8:00-9:00 a.m.
Veterans & Brain Injury Services Statewide Workgroup
This committee harnesses the power of veterans serving veterans, and strives to engage in current services, as well as identify growth opportunities to assist active duty service members, veterans, and military families in living well after brain injury.
Meets Feb 7, May 1, Aug 7, & Nov 6, 2020, from 9:30 a.m.-noon in Phoenix
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Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona
5025 E. Washington St, Ste 106
Phoenix, Arizona 85034
1 (888) 500-9165
Fax (602) 508-8285
BIAAZ is a chartered affiliate of the
United States Brain Injury Alliance.