About Brain Injury
Brain injuries can happen
Children • Adolescents • Young adults
Individuals over the age of 75
Males ages 14 to 24
Causes of Brain Injury
Motor vehicle accidents • Falls • Firearms • Being struck • Blast injuries
Stroke • Aneurysm • Infection • Near drowning
Chemical/drug induced • Emotional trauma
ARIZONA BY THE NUMBERS
Treated in ERs
Living with a Brain Injury*
in Hospital Charges
* Due to underdiagnosing and underreporting the Brain Injury Alliance and the Arizona Department of Health Services believe the number could more than double. Attribution: Arizona Department of Health Services 2016
BRAIN INJURY ALLIANCE of ARIZONA’S IMPACT
In what may now seem like another life, Erin Deuble was a brewer who not only loved her job but was good at it too.
Shawnique Cotton sustained a spinal cord injury and brain injury 28 years ago when she was shot in the back at 20 years old.
Cazoshay Marie was enjoying a rare night out on May 19, 2017. As a busy professional with a teenager, time for herself was rare.
who we are
what we do
who we help
how to get help
you can help
Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona
5025 E. Washington St, Ste 108
Phoenix, Arizona 85034
1 (888) 500-9165
Fax (602) 508-8285
BIAAZ is a chartered affiliate of the
United States Brain Injury Alliance.